Creole SugarLand Tours
Creole Sugarland Tours offers tours revolving around the creole culture, local cuisine, sugarcane, and the long-honored Louisiana bonfire tradition. Our tours highlight the contributions of the local Creole Culture, also the enslaved Africans who once worked on numerous plantations in the area. Whether it's through food, music, agriculture, or even spirituality we are shining the light on this culture, that still impacts us today.
Everyday in December, visitors will learn about the history of the bonfires while witnessing a first-hand demonstration of how these structures are created. Saturday evenings, visitors can experience the lighting of a bonfire along with Live Music. Dishes such as jambalaya, gumbo, red beans, and "Sugarcane" Hot Chocolate will be served. Activities for the kids includes hayrides and marshmallow roasting.
Lunch and Tour
Take a tour to learn the history of South Louisiana while savoring the creole cooking!
Featuring dishes: Gumbo, Jambalaya, and red beans and rice, and other creole dishes!
Tours start at 9am and end at 5pm, open daily.
Adults: Tour and Lunch $30.00
Adults: Tour $12.00
Kids 6yrs to 13yrs Tour and Lunch $10.00
Kids 6yrs to 13rs Tour $7.00
Gift Shop Available
Creole Sugarland Giftshop featuring local favorites
Steen’s Syrup has been around for over 106 years bringing to mind hot glazed hams, popcorn balls, pecan pies, biscuits, pancakes and syrup, and of course, many more delicious family recipes.
Each candle is hand poured in the United States on the banks of Bayou Lafourche in Louisiana with three times the amount of fragrance and premium grade wax and each wick is hand straightened to ensure the longest and cleanest burn possible.
Uncle Larry's Seasoning and Flavor Enhancer and Stew in a Few! Stew in a Few is fully cooked, everything is in there except the meat or seafood or as a chef or food scientist will say, everything except the protein.
Assortment of fresh sweets made daily from local bakers. Sweets include:
and much more!