Explore Sulphur's cultural scene at the Henning Cultural Center, managed by Sulphur Parks and Recreation, and featuring programming by the Brimstone Historical Society.


Following damage from Hurricanes Laura and Delta, the original Brimstone Museum building and the O Gauge Model Railroad Exhibit were unfortunately demolished due to structural issues.


Despite setbacks, the Henning Cultural Center remains a vital community space, offering exhibits that reflect on our heritage and the culture of SWLA. The Brimstone Museum team now focuses on curating art shows, exhibitions, and engaging programming at the center.


Our open call art shows highlight local Louisiana and Texas artists, with no fees for entry, display, or sales. Your support helps us continue serving the community and promoting artistic expression.


923 S. Ruth St, Sulphur Louisiana



Admission is FREE to the public


Gallery Hours:
Mon - Fri: 10 - 12 & 1 - 5 pm

Sat: 10 am - 2 pm


Current Exhibit:


CPSB presents - Louisiana Landscapes

Student art show on display through

May 17th



Upcoming Events


Lake Charles Short Film Festival

May 25th, 2024


Casa de Ajedrez Chess Tournament - May 18th

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Catwater Art Show Opening Reception

May 31st at 5:30 PM


Thank you to all of our artists that participated in Curioddities Art Show! Pickups are now in full swing. Please visit the gallery M-F: 10 - 12 and 1 - 5 to pickup your pieces, or call Kat at 337-496-4658 to schedule your pickup.


To be added to our email list for open calls for art, please email us at Godsey@BrimstoneMuseum.org

We are proud to announce that the Brimstone Historical Society was selected as a recipient of the 2023 Louisiana Culture Care Fund Grant. 


Funding for this 2023 Louisiana Culture Care Fund Grant has been provided by the State of Louisiana and administered by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.

Funding provided by this grant has allowed our staff to focus on our many exhibits, programs, festivals, and efforts to produce and curate quality art and history exhibits throughout 2023.