Get your art on! Louisiana Orphan Train Museum museum in Opelousas is home to many wonderful pieces of art.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Here you can expand your horizons and treat yourself a cultural experience that you are sure to enjoy.
When you want to admire the great works of culture, head on over to the museum at Children's Museum of Acadiana in Lafayette.
Looking for a bite to eat? This museum also has an awesome restaurant.
Families will feel right at home at this museum with its kid-friendly atmosphere.
Street and lot parking is simple near Children's Museum of Acadiana.
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The Fletcher-class destroyer USS Kidd—one of 175 built during World War II—now serves as the centerpiece of a memorial dedicated to honoring the men and women of the American armed forces.
Nickname: The Pirate of the Pacific
Things to see: World War II and Korean ear aircraft and military artifacts including the dented helmet of an infantryman who stormed the beaches of Normandy
The real deal: book an overnight stay to see what it's like living aboard a naval ship
When to go: the first Sunday of the month, when admission is free
Named after: Rear Admiral Isaac Campbell Kidd Sr., who was killed aboard the USS Arizona in Pearl Harbor
The LSU Museum of Art is more than a testament to visual art. It's also a testament to the beauty of its hometown, Baton Rouge, with huge windows offering panoramic views of the Mississippi River. Its galleries host a similarly impressive permanent collection, whose displays run the gamut from Chinese jade to treasures from the early days of the American arts and crafts movement. Rotating exhibits complement those mainstays. Going on now, The Visual Blues explores how blues and jazz music, dance, and social clubs inspired Harlem Renaissance artists.