Children of all ages, parents and adults are welcome to explore Life on the Bayou artisans, storytellers, and crafts men and women demonstrating centuries-old techniques and customs.
Basket weaving, soap making, indigo dying, crafting Native American jewelry, pottery making, caning, brick making, calligraphy, quilting, boat building, herbal remedies and more.
By New Orleans Quarter Shanty Krewe, Plauche's Battalion French Soldiers, Vintage Dancers and tours of the circa 1799 Pitot House.
Built in 1799 on Bayou St. John, the Pitot House was the home to New Orleans' first American Mayor and is one of the few West Indies style houses left in Louisiana. Museum tours offered Wed-Sat.