Home of the History Channel hit Cajun Pawn Stars. The store includes pieces of history, such as the hearse that carried Martin Luther King Jr., and pieces of cinematic history, such as a prop rope from the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean". You will definitely want to make this a stop during your stay in town! Hours: Closed Sunday; Monday-Saturday 8:30am-5:30pm Cost: Free admission
Tour this historic 57-acre sawmill and company town, complete with picnic areas and a nature trail. Railroad motorcar rides are available. The Museum offers audiovisual presentations, exhibits, souvenirs, and snacks in the commissary. Hours: Closed Monday; Tuesday-Saturday 9am-4pm; Sunday 1pm-4pm Cost: $8.00 Adults, $7.00 Seniors, $5.00 Children 6-12, Ages 5 and under free
St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Built in 1898 on plantation land, this building was once home to General and Mrs. George C. Armstrong Custer during the Civil War Reconstruction. The building contains 53 priceless windows that rival those of the cathedrals in Europe. St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Hours: Tours by appointment Cost: Free Admission
A hands-on educational children's museum with activities and play areas dedicated to fostering inquiry, imagination, and learning!
Canvas, wooden door hangers and all kinds of paint parties!
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Monday-Thursday by appointment only
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