Thank you for visiting the Brimstone Museum and Henning Cultural Center website!

We are proud to announce that as of March 14th, 2014, our permanent exhibit is now open to the public!  For more information, or to schedule a tour, please call 337-527-0357 and ask to speak with Thom Trahan, our Executive Director!

Coming on May 10th: "Through the Eyes of a Picker!"

The Brimstone Museum will be hosting Jason Machulski, of Bayou Pickers, in a new program about how "Pickers" can enhance the collective knowledge of a community, and can contribute to the city's history! Refreshments, prizes, and more will be provided! Admission is free!
Our mission is preserving and enriching the culture of Southwest Louisiana. To accomplish this goal, we have a permanent exhibit on the history of the sulfur industry and how it has played a role in developing the city of Sulphur, Louisiana.
At the Henning Cultural Center right next door, visitors can experience art and cultural exhibits throughout the year.  Exhibits at the Henning Cultural Center include: cultural traveling exhibits from around the country, art exhibits from local and regional artists, and art programs for all ages!  Visitors to our area are always welcome too!
Our hours are:
Monday - Friday: 10 AM - 12 & 1 - 5 PM
Saturdays from 10-2 
Please use the links to the left to tour our site.

Special notice!!! Books for Sale!!


We now have the Herman Frasch biography in stock at the Henning Cultural Center, entitled: Herman Frasch: The Sulphur King!  Books are $20, and can be picked up at the Henning Cultural Center in Sulphur, or on the author's website, at  A version for the Kindle e-reader is also available on

Two additional books about Sulphur's history are now available at the Brimstone Museum!  These books are $15 each, and can be purchased during regular business hours.  For more information, please call 337-527-0357.

Brimstone! The History of Sulphur, Louisiana  --  By General Erbon Wise
Brimstone! The History of Sulphur, Louisiana -- By General Erbon Wise
Sulphur: A History  --  By Calvin Sharpe
Sulphur: A History -- By Calvin Sharpe