We found the indoor museum exhibits to be very informative and interesting. Solid artifacts that... 查看更多
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I have to start by saying that the signage is confusing. We had no problems finding the address but when we arrived at the "end" of the road and saw parking signs and a visitor's center, we assumed we were there! Instead we walked into...更多
The Rural Life Museum is a delightful place to explore if you'd like to know what living on a Louisiana plantation in the 1800's was like. There is a collection of authentic buildings moved from various places --a general store, sick house, blacksmith shop, living...更多
This museum surprised and impressed us. It has a great, updated display up right now. As a historian I was impressed with their diverse displays. They made an effort to create a diverse set of displays, talking about women, enslaved folks, natives, and Creoles who...更多
We often enjoy visiting historic rural like museums. We have never been to one in the Deep South. Seeing artifacts from the time of Slaves and Master, Plantations & basic life, really touched my soul. Seeing how slaves would have lived and were care for...更多
The museum is interesting for history buffs and maybe school groups. Tourists are on their own to walk the grounds. There are no tours. The grounds are beautiful and well-kept and the old buildings have been refurbished and well-maintained.
One of my favorite places to visit. There is an admission charge but worth it! This is a self generated LSU museum so all admissions goes for upkeep of the facility. The grounds are great to walk around and the museum has lots of old...更多