Application for Use of the Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum
It’s an intimate seated dinner surrounded by the brilliance of African American heritage and museum artifacts. An elegant corporate event in our historic African Museum. Or a spectacular wedding reception for several hundred people held in the shadow of the museum courtyard.
With so many opportunities for creating imaginative atmospheres, the Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum makes every event truly unforgettable. We offer architecturally stunning and educationally rich spaces from which to choose in a complex that houses the oldest African American history and many rooms of magnificent museum halls and exhibits.
Create the ideal environment to fit any event from 20 to 500 guests. From sophisticated and dramatic to out-of-this-world, our distinctive venues offer beautiful settings beyond compare.
All organizations wishing to host a function at the Museum must submit an application to the NELDAAHM Office of Special Events for approval. The organization hosting the event or an event manager acting on behalf of the organization may submit an application. This application does not guarantee the use of space.
Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum aims to preserve, promote, and provide educational programs to enhance cultural awareness of African American heritage in the area. The museum has a particular focus on art and promoting local artists. Founded in 1994, the Northeast Louisiana Delta African Heritage Museum museum features seminars, events, and research materials on the 1960s civil rights movement in Northeast Louisiana.
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