Visiting the Community and its People
Whether you are visiting, new to the community or a resident, Jeanerette offers services through its City Hall, Jeanerette Chamber of Commerce and has unique history to visit. The city is filled with reminders of the past such as the Harry B. Hewes Home. History is evident in its buildings and even its food. LeJeune's French bread has been made the same way by five generations of the same family. For information on the community click on any of the links under Community Information on this page.
Museum Continues to Preserve History
The Jeanerette Museum's collection focuses on the sugar industry, cypress industry and local life. The museum is also filled with resources for local history research including microfilm of the Jeanerette Enterprise, historical documents and records and much more. For more information visit the museum online at www.jeanerettemuseum.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Historic Jeanerette Map Shows Homes & More
The new brochure, Historic Jeanerette, developed by the Jeanerette Museum takes visitors on a walking/cycling/driving tour of Main Street Jeanerette. By following the trail, visitors can read historic facts on each site they pass by. Pick up your map at the Jeanerette Museum and at business establishments in the city.