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Garry M wrote a review Feb 2020
Orillia, Canada1,004 contributions179 helpful votes
If in the area this museum is worth the time to check out. We found it very interesting and very much enjoyed it.
Date of experience: February 2020
Thib2722 wrote a review Dec 2018
Eunice, Louisiana188 contributions72 helpful votes
This place is run by the Cajun French Music Association andnits worth the stop if you have any interest in the music of South Louisiana.
Date of experience: December 2018
EverleighYours wrote a review Oct 2017
Sonoran Desert215 contributions52 helpful votes
This small museum is operated by the Cajun French Music Association, and was my main reason to visit Eunice. It was the first of three stops to learn about the Cajun culture and lifestyle. Photos of the inductees to the Hall of Fame are framed and hanging on the walls. Instruments and artifacts belonging to some of the artists are presented, and it's interesting to see how they made or adapted their own musical instruments. A selection of CDs, tee shirts, and other items are available for purchase. A good starting place to learn about Cajun music and promote their unique and wonderful culture. …
Date of experience: October 2017
Lillian G wrote a review Sep 2017
7 contributions3 helpful votes
The hostess was very charming and gracious. There are photos of the great musicians, not just those with commercial success. A look into the history of cajun music.
Date of experience: September 2017
dotg46 wrote a review Apr 2017
36 contributions15 helpful votes
My husband likes Cajun music so wanted to visit this place. Eunice is a very small town and the volunteer manning the place was excited to see my husband & me come in and three more people following us "on a Tuesday afternoon!!!!". I take it that it doesn't attract a lot of visitors. The museum was small with a lot of pix on the walls and a couple of photo albums. There were a half dozen or more OLD accordions in cases that was quite interesting. I didn't know many Cajun music singers so it didn't mean much to me, but if you were into Cajun music it would be interesting. The volunteer said there is a big dance in town on Saturdays that people love, but we missed that. There is no admission charge, but donations are accepted. Also, nicely designed t-shirts and cds are sold, which I assume help to keep the doors open. Check out the original train station next door with lots of Old Artifacts.…
Date of experience: April 2017