Tag: history

Top 3 Museums for Indoor (& air conditioned) Fun in Lake Charles!

Even though we are all enjoying this beautiful Spring weather, it’s hard to forget about those high temps just waiting for us this summer – especially when it was in the mid-90’s already today! Here are three museums in Lake Charles to help you beat the heat while having fun! They’re inexpensive and have flexible Read More

Fearless Finds: W.H. Tupper General Merchandise Museum

Ready to step back in time?¬†Well we have found just the place to make you feel like you’re back in the early 1900’s! The W.H. Tupper General Merchandise Museum is a hidden gem in downtown Jennings, Louisiana. Just a block down from the Heywood Building, the museum’s exterior looks like an old storefront, and when Read More

Huntin’ Gators on the Geaux: Senator Gator

  Look at those lips! Senator Gator is definitely dressed to impress and gain some supporters. She’s just outside the Magnolia Building in downtown Lake Charles with the lake to her back. With her campaign in mind, I’m sure she’d be up for any future photo ops! Know of any other Gators on the Geaux Read More

Fearless Finds: Bird City

If you read a recent post of ours (click here to catch up!) then you know we love exploring Jungle Gardens! One of our favorite spots though is Bird City. The amazing beginnings of Bird City is what really got me excited about it all. The founder of Jungle Gardens, E. A. McIlhenny, started this rookery in Read More

Bayou Treasures: The Sallier Oak

If only trees could talk!! This beauty is over 375 years old and is on the registry of the Live Oak Society of Louisiana. It stands behind the Imperial Calcasieu Museum and on the site of Charles Sallier’s winter home. Charles Sallier is Lake Charles’s namesake! The tree is so massive; it’s a living miracle! Time Read More

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