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The German-American Cultural Center is a regional museum and cultural center located just across the Mississippi River from New Orleans. The Center's exhibit showcases the contributions German-Americans have made to the development and growth of t he lower Mississippi River Delta region since Germans first came to Louisiana in the early 1720's. Cultural events and educational programs for adults and children are scheduled monthly.

Location: 519 Huey P. Long Avenue, Gretna Louisiana 70053 Telephone 504 363-4202

Other History nearby:
(New Orleans) Cabildo of the Louisiana State Museum
(Destrehan) Destrehan Plantation
(New Orleans) Fort Pike State Historic Site
(New Orleans) French Quarter
(Gretna) German-American Cultural Center
(Houma) Harvest Cathedral Church

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