Vermilionville, a heritage and folklife living history museum, portraying the rich cultures of the Acadians, Creoles and Native Americans. On the banks of the Bayou Vermilion, the historic village contains 19 structures, including six original homes, which are filled with artifacts reflecting life in the Acadiana area between 1765 and 1890. In many of the structures, costumed historical interpreters authentically demonstrate traditional crafts or musical styles with a distinctly French accent. Cooking demonstrations, a full-service restaurant and a gift shop enhance the experience. Bayou boat tours are available March through May and September through November.
Vermilionville's quaint 1800s setting provides a charming atmosphere for school tours, group tours, reunions, business luncheons, crawfish boils, barbecues, retirement parties, recognition banquets, holiday socials, birthday parties, rehearsal dinners, weddings, receptions, dances, musical performances and more!
Lists of items (food and beverages) are available upon request. Appointments for site inspections or meetings with the Catered Events Manager are recommended.Catering provided exclusively by Vermilionville's food and beverage department. Wedding, birthday, or club recognition cakes are the only exception.
Discounts - Officially recognized non-profit and government agencies qualify for a 10% discount on their total bill. (Support documents are required, including a tax exempt form in the name of the agency).
300 Fisher Rd.
Lafayette, LA 70508
337) 233-4077, fax: (337) 233-1694