Abbeville Cultural and Historical Alliance

200 North Magdalen Square, Abbeville, LA 70510                            337-898-4114

Hours of operation:  Monday through Saturday - 10 A.M.  -  5 P.M.

Related Links

Please take a moment to follow the related links on this page.  We provide you a quick way to access other sites related to us, either culturally or historically. 

Abbeville’s Giant Omelette Celebration

The Confrerie D' Abbeville welcomes you to Abbeville's "5000 EGG" Giant Omelette Celebration! Our celebration is like no other festival.

This family oriented event, including a kids world, kicks off Saturday morning with a charity walk through Historic Downtown Abbeville.


Vermilion Historical Society

Welcome to the website of the Vermilion Historical Society that the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate has called "perhaps the best in the state."

A visit to this site and you will understand how valuable the site’s content will be to you.


AHS Memories

Are you interested in the history of Abbeville High School and the Vermilion Parish School Board?  You will find a wealth of history at this interesting site provided by the Vermilion Parish School Board.


Louisiana Historical Society

Founded in 1835, the Louisiana Historical Society is the oldest historical organization in the state. The State of Louisiana first chartered it in 1836, and has rechartered it several times since then. For a number of decades during the 19th century, the society was the official custodian of the colonial records of Louisiana, including the French Superior Council records and the Spanish Judicial Records of the Illustrious Cabildo (local governing body).


LA Genealogical & Historical Society

The Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society (LGHS) assists both the novice and the professional genealogist in the search for their ancestors.

When the LGHS was founded, the stated purpose was "to collect, preserve and make available genealogical and historical materials; to assist its members in tracing their genealogy; to ascertain the location of public and private records, that they may be made available to students of genealogy; and to aid in investigation of this nature."


Center for Cultural & Eco-Tourism

CCET seeks to engage communities and spark dialog among the various peoples of Louisiana, as well as preserve and share the traditions and nuances of Louisiana's cultural and environmental resources through our website, an active fieldwork and archiving program, community outreach and programming, and the research of center fellows.