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SOUTHDOWN PLANTATION AND MUSEUM

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Full Value 60.00
Savings 30.00
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$30.00
$60.00 Reg Price

$30 For 4-Person Tour Of Southdown Plantation & Museum (Reg. $60)

About this deal...

Along the banks of Little Bayou Black in Houma, Louisiana stands the majestic pink and green manor known as Southdown Plantation.  Built in 1858, the 10,000 square foot house features original 19th century furnishings of the William John Minor and Barrow Cole families and local Terrebonne Parish History. Exhibits recount the history and culture of South Louisiana including its sugar plantations, French, Native American and Cajun heritage, art, literature, and industry. Tour the museum and grounds with this money-saving deal, good for a 4-person plantation tour valued at $60, yours for only $30.

The mighty sugar industry that shaped Terrebonne Parish from 1828 until 1978 is a testament to the strength and enthusiasm of the many cultural groups who made up the area.  Southdown Plantation, the "House that Sugar Built" offers a one-hour tour of the Minor family's four-generation estate, a 1885 field worker's cabin and the former slave quarters where you can buy unique gift offerings and Louisiana souvenirs. 

About this business...

Located on Museum Drive in Houma, Louisiana, the Southdown Plantation and Museum is operated by the non-profit Terrebonne Historical & Cultural Society, founded in 1972 to preserve the history and culture of Terrebonne Parish and Southdown Plantation. Tours are offered Tuesday through Saturday.

Certificates are valid FROM THE DAY OF PURCHASE until 6/4/2017
The Fine Print

Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash or credit back. Each certificate must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Limit one certificate per visit. Certificate cannot be used in conjunction with any other certificate, coupon, special or promotion.

About this business...

Located on Museum Drive in Houma, Louisiana, the Southdown Plantation and Museum is operated by the non-profit Terrebonne Historical & Cultural Society, founded in 1972 to preserve the history and culture of Terrebonne Parish and Southdown Plantation. Tours are offered Tuesday through Saturday.

Business Highlights

  • Wonderful day trip or educational activity
  • Experience hands-on learning about South Louisiana life
  • Guided tours last one hour on average
  • Explore the on-site gift shop

Business Details

SOUTHDOWN PLANTATION AND MUSEUM
  • 1208 Museum Drive
    Houma, LA 70360
    985-851-0154
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