Visit us soon! Bring the family, your travel club or your school group and explore it all, from our museum, factory, wildlife & culinary tours to our Cajun cuisine, cooking classes, shopping and more.
Sample Cajun cuisine & explore the rich culinary history & culture of Acadiana on a TABASCO® Culinary Tour. Tours leave the Country Store on Avery Island at 12:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday and typically last 3-3.5 hours. Advance reservations required. To make a reservation, email us.
Want to be regaled with fascinating anecdotes, in-depth historical details and lots of “inside” information when you take the Visitors Center’s 10-stop TABASCO® Tour? Then let historian Shane K. Bernard, Ph.D., author of five books on South Louisiana history and culture, take you on the guided version of the tour.
Fee: $200 for up to 20 participants. $10 per additional participant over 20. Advance reservations required (at least one week before tour date). The guided tour takes 1-1.5 hours. To make a reservation, email us.
To really bring South Louisiana cuisine to the table, sign up for a TABASCO® Culinary Cooking Class – which includes a sit-down lunch! Our instructor, TABASCO® Hospitality Chef Lionel Robin, introduces a variety of cooking techniques, from making Southern-style sauces to cooking seafood perfectly to crafting delicious homemade ice cream.
Classes start every Tuesday and Thursday at 1:00 p.m. Advance reservations required. To make a reservation, email us.
The wildest part of an Avery Island adventure is Jungle Gardens, a 170-acre semi-tropical preserve prized by naturalists, birdwatchers and everyday nature lovers. Take a guided Bird Tour or the self-guided tour through a breathtaking landscape of ancient oaks, showy seasonal blossoms, towering bamboo and mysterious waterways – all teeming with indigenous wildlife. See More