13894 Highway 165
Kinder, LA 70648
Phone: (337) 738-3240
Fax: (337) 738-3241
13894 Highway 165, Kinder, LA, US, 70648
- Phone: (337) 738-3240
- Fax: (337) 738-3241
Arts & Museums
Zigler Museum contains American and European art from medieval and contemporary periods, wildlife artwork, and Louisana art. The museum also has the largest private collection of works by William Tolliver. A rotating exhibit of guest artists is on display throughout the year in the central gallery. During the Christmas holidays, the museum features a spectacular Christmas tree exhibit.
This museum houses the entire inventory of a rural general store that closed its doors more than 40 years ago. Many products still in unopened packages and original display boxes. Inside the same building is the Louisiana Telephone Pioneer Museum.
Telephone Pioneer museum features 10 exhibits, hundreds of pieces of equipment, tool & telephones spanning more than 100 years of service. Children learn about the science of communication and the development of telephone technology. Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This museum was created to honor those individuals who contributed to this cultural music and who otherwise may have been forgotten.
Located inside the old train depot, this museum displays the history of local Cajun and American Indian cultures and area railroads and farming. Closed on Mondays.
An art gallery featuring the works of local and regional artists. The gallery offers classes and a gift shop. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
Here you will find original artwork, printwork, paintings, photography, sculptures and mixed media by Candice Alexander.
Features monthly exhibitions by regional, national, and international artists. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Black Heritage Gallery is a project of the Black Heritage Festival and is dedicated to the presentation of African-American culture and history. The gallery displays year-round exhibits and educational activities on the positive contributions of African Americans to Southwest Louisiana. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana, strives to be a clearinghouse of information for artists, art organizations and the community in the region. They publish a Cultural Resource Directory full of information about the artists and organizations that contribute to cultural life. They also keep a Calendar of Events, detailing arts & humanities events happening in the area.
Featurse a six-room display of Mardi Gras memorabilia from the Imperial Calcasieu area, the largest costume display in the state. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m.
The Children's Museum of Lake Charles is a place where kids can learn from participatory exhibits. There is an airplane simulation, mock dentist's office and several other vocational exploration booths. Museum hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.