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From a giant shrimp boat to Huey Long's silk pajamas, Capitol Park Museum is a treasure trove for all things that make Louisiana so special. Opened in 2006, it's the largest museum in Baton Rouge with 70,000 square feet of state-of-the-art exhibits exploring history, technology, art, food, music, sports, Mardi Gras and so much more. You'll spend hours here, and come back for more.
660 N. Fourth Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
Coyote Moon is proud to have been serving the Baton Rouge community and its surrounding area for over 25 years. We specialize in gifts & books that nurture the soul. Visit us for exquisite sterling silver jewelry set with a myriad of gemstones & semi-precious stones. We have large mineral specimens suitable for decorating your home or office and many other items useful for feng shui. We have a list of gemstones, crystals and minerals.
1938-A Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808
A treasure trove of affordable antiques, Art, hard to find collectibles, unique gifts, handmade sterling silver jewelry, and so much more is located in the Historic downtown Village of Denham Springs, Louisiana. The "Antique Village" is located only two miles from Baton Rouge, easily accessible from Interstate 12, Florida Blvd. or a relaxing Sunday drive via one of the many scenic country back roads.
N Range Avenue
Denham Springs, Louisiana 70726
Visit our Gallery of fine French and European antiques, as well as framed art, featuring John James Audubon and others. You will want to linger as you browse through the gallery and discover so many beautiful, unique gifts, jewelry and even a new decor for your home. Guests will find a vintage look in our back room, Market on Louie. New arrivals weekly. Follow us on Facebook for new arrivals and specials.
2220 Ryan Street
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70501
Acadian Village is a showcase of authentic homes of the 19th century alongside a winding bayou which depict the unique Acadian architecture of the time. The homes were restored onsite and outfitted with period antiques. For many, this step back in time is a wonderful place to create memories. Be sure to check our calendar for all our special events and come make your own memories.
200 Greenleaf Drive
Lafayette, Louisiana 70506
The Historic City Hall Arts & Cultural Center houses world-class exhibitions on national tour as well as works from local and regional artists-all quality exhibits from historic significance to brilliant artistry. Also the setting for the Charlestown Farmers Market every Saturday from 8am-noon. On the National Register of Historic Places, this century-old building was refurbished as an arts and cultural center by the City of Lake Charles.
1001 Ryan Street
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601
One of the finest art galleries between New Orleans and Houston. The Zigler has six centuries of European and American art including over 200 works of art, glass, wood and bronze sculptures. The Zigler Art Museum’s collection chronicles the development of visual art in Louisiana. The museum’s collection embody Louisiana’s history and culture, while placing this local art within the global scene. Featuring such artist as Clementine Hunter and John James Audubon.
154 N Main Street
Jennings, Louisiana 70546
Overlooking the Mississippi from 5 floors up in the Shaw Center for the Arts, the MoA holds one of the largest university-affiliated art collections in the South. The museum presents world-class touring exhibitions of painting, sculpture, decorative arts, works on paper, and photography. Enjoy the location, scenery, and ultramodern facilities along with the gift shop and current exhibits.
100 Lafayette St., 5th floor
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70801
We specialize in LSU, UL, Saints, and Louisiana Products! If you are searching for apparel, college logo items, Cajun Christmas, food, kitchen décor, magnets, prints, gifts for kids - we are the place to go. We are located in the Super Target Shopping Center at the intersection of Ambassador Caffery & Kaliste Saloom Road. Come stop by for a visit and "Laissez les bons temps rouler"!
4409 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy #200
Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
The first settlement in New Roads can be traced back to 1822. A six-block settlement was established at the terminus of a “new road” linking the False River & Mississippi River settlements. Step off the beaten path, and re-enter the world of 19th century Creole Louisiana in New Roads, Louisiana, where relaxation is the rule, and history and tradition are abundant
211 West Main St
New Roads, Louisiana 70760