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This museum is a gem for locals and tourists alike. It gives a very interesting history of the city of New Iberia and has rotating exhibits that will keep it interesting for locals to return. Lately, it has also featured works of art from world...More
Small museum on Main St. Has a history of the area as well as some nice displays about the salt mines and the sugar cane relevance to the area. They also have an exhibit of "Blue Dog" artist George Rodrique who grew up in the...More
This little gem of a museum is growing as we speak. It includes local history, a Robert Dafford mural, interactive "visit" to a salt mine, interactive music and video exhibits, a great introductory video to the museum, and the studio of George Rodrigue (a New...More
Don't miss this when visiting New Iberia and the Bayou Teche! The volunteers are local who are proud of their heritage and their town. The hometown boys of James Lee Burke, two time Edgar award author and artist George Rodrigue both have many of their...More
We were pleasantly surprised by this small museum. It was very well done and we learned much about the area history. We particularly enjoyed the information and displays about the sugar and salt industries.
The folks at the reception were so very pleasant and friendly (as all folks in LA). The visit was very informative and the man made himself available to answer all of our questions...the exhibits are well displayed and explained, and full of surprising artifacts making...More