The Comprehensive Listing of Louisiana Art, Science and History Museums
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Louisiana Art & Science Museum
100 River Road South
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: (225) 344-5272, ext. 114
Fax: (225) 344-9477
|First Vice President
Director of Visitors Services,
West Baton Rouge Museum
845 N. Jefferson Ave.
Port Allen, LA 70767
Phone: (225) 336-2422 ext. 18
Fax: (225) 336-2448
|Second Vice President
Museum System Curator &
Old State Capitol Curator,
Museum Division, Louisiana Secretary of State
Phone: (225) 219-6125
Fax: (225) 342-0315
Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame &
Northwest Louisiana History Museum
800 Front St.
Natchitoches, LA 71457
Phone: (318) 357-2492
Curator and Archivist,
Louisiana State Exhibit Museum
3015 Greenwood Rd
Shreveport, LA 71109
Phone: (318) 632-2020
Fax: (318) 632-2056
Colorado State University/CEMML
DPW, ENRMD, Conservation Branch
Bldg. 2515, 1647 23rd. St.
Fort Polk, LA 71459
Phone: (337) 531-0916
Fax: (337) 531-8374
Catherine M. Pears
| Tim NesSmith
Ship Superintendent / Educational Outreach Coordinator
USS KIDD Veterans Museum
305 S River Rd,
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: (225) 342-1942 ext. 15
We offer many current benefits and you can look forward to exciting additional benefits coming in the near future. The following are just a few of our current benefits we have to offer:
You can register for membership by mailing your membership form and a check to:
Louisiana Association of Museums
Post Office Box 4434
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
Atchafalaya National Heritage Area
An American-Indian word, "Atchafalaya" (Think of a sneeze: uh-CHA-fuh-lie-uh) means long river. Established in 2006, the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area stretches across 14 parishes in south-central Louisiana. It is among the most culturally rich and ecologically varied regions in the United States, home to the widely recognized Cajun culture as well as a diverse population of European, African, Caribbean and Native-American descent.
Welcome to the Louisiana State Museum!
Founded in 1906 with a mission to collect, preserve, interpret and present the state's rich history and diverse cultures, the Museum's collection now totals more than 450,000 artifacts and works of art. These provide an authentic experience of Louisiana to visitors from around the world while enhancing the quality of life for residents.
Our "collection" includes a complex of seven historic French Quarter buildings that have become icons of New Orleans - especially the Cabildo and Presbytère on Jackson Square - and a statewide system of regional and special focus history museums in Baton Rouge, Thibodaux, Patterson and Natchitoches.
We look forward to your visit. Meanwhile, check here often for the latest on exhibitions, programs and our ever-growing collections of fascinating history!
Founded by The West Baton Rouge Historical Association
The West Baton Rouge Museum is a member of the Louisiana Association of Museums, the American Association of Museums, the Southeastern Museums Conference and the American Association for State and Local History
The West Baton Rouge Museum is an educational resource committed to researching, collecting, preserving and presenting artifacts, documents, art objects, and the like that reflect the history and cultural heritage of West Baton Rouge Parish and the surrounding areas for the benefit of the general public and future generations.
The LSU Museum of Art, located on the fifth floor of the Shaw Center for the Arts, comprises 13,000 square-feet distributed among fourteen galleries. With ceilings over 15 feet tall, the contemporary space can comfortably accommodate works of art in a wide range of media.
In addition to holding one of the largest university-affiliated art collections in the South – roughly 6,000 works – the Museum presents touring exhibitions of regional, American, and European painting, sculpture, decorative arts, works on paper, and photography.
The Museum’s galleries highlight American and British portraiture and decorative arts, American Arts and Crafts pottery, Chinese jade, and modern and contemporary paintings and sculptures, with a focus on southern artists.
The purpose of the Association is to foster a robust professional museum community in the State of Louisiana that is dedicated to education, cultural and recreational opportunities for all Louisianans, researchers and visitors to the state.
Whether you are an employee, volunteer, trustee, patron, or fan of any of Louisiana's museums or historic sites, membership in LAM is an indication of your commitment to excellence in Louisiana's museums. It's inexpensive, and the benefits are numerous and rewarding. Join today and become involved in the Louisiana Association of Museums!
LAM is run by a board of volunteers who are nominated by the membership and elected at the annual conference.
LAM Bylaws (PDF Document)
LAM Constitution (PDF Document)