Jeanerette Museum

The Jeanerette Museum is a small sample of life during the early 1900s and contains a swamp room that features native animals of the area, and historical relics of the cypress wood industry including original cypress patterns from the 1800.

The museum is dedicated to the sugar industry for which the city is known and has several exhibits related to the industry along with related farm equipment. It sits on large grounds where visitors are invited to picnic and attend other events. Many programs are held during the year including history talks and demonstrations.

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Location

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Latitude: 29.911038 Longitude: -91.663448 Elevation: 16 ft
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Seasons Open

All year

Hours Open

Tuesdays through Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fees

$3 for adults, $1 for students

Accessibility Notes

Handicapped accessible and has parking lot suitable for RVs and buses. However, no overnight stays are allowed.

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets are allowed inside the buildings.

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