City of St. Martinville

St. Martin de Tours Church Square
St. Martin de Tours Church Square
The African American Museum begin its story with the Diaspora of the African people forced into slavery.
The African American Museum begin its story with the Diaspora of the African people forced into slavery.
Evangeline Oak and Gazebo
Evangeline Oak and Gazebo
Evangeline Statue
Evangeline Statue
Deportation Cross, Acadian Memorial, St. Martinville
Deportation Cross, Acadian Memorial, St. Martinville

Location

125 S. New Market St.
St. Martinville LA 70582

The area in and around St. Martinville was originally the home of the Attakapas Indians, where they lived, hunted and fished.   The Europeans, along with the Africans, began arriving in mid 1700s.  Incorporated in 1817.  Tour the Evangeline Oak Park on the Bayou Teche: Cultural Heritage Center - African American, Acadian Memorial Museums, Tourism Center, St. Martin De Tours Church Square and Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site. 

Amenities

Facility Amenities
  • Special Packages Available
General Information
  • Cash Only
  • Family Friendly
  • Handicapped Accessible
Parking
  • Bus Parking