- TripBuzz found 13 things to do with kids in or near Eunice, Louisiana, including 11 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Opelousas, Kinder, Jennings and Scott.
- From Liberty Theater to Cajun Music Hall of Fame & Museum, the Eunice area offers 36 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Specialty Museums, Historic Sites and History Museums.
- Located in Central Louisiana, the city of Eunice offers a glimpse into Cajun history and is a city that actively celebrates French culture and heritage. From authentic cuisine to original architecture, visitors can take in the sights and sounds of the city. Crawfish ponds and colorful wildflower prairies make up the scenery of a town that offers art, music and lively events throughout the year.
81% 16 votes
240 South C.C. Duson Street, Eunice, LA MoreLess Info
The Cajun Music Hall of Fame and Museum offers a wonderful opportunity for visitors to get a true look at part of the bayou culture. The museum features and preserves items from various periods to tell a story about the regions Cajun culture.
75% 4 votes
315 North Main Street, Opelousas, LA 70570 MoreLess Info
Featuring an interpretive exhibit that expounds on the history and culture of Opelousas, the Opelousas Museum & Interpretive Center has artifacts that date back to the prehistoric era. The museum also hosts special events and music festivals.
Dedicated to the event of transporting orphan, and sometimes homeless children, to an orphanage the Louisiana Orphan Train Museum will provide heart wrenching exhibits. View painted depictions of the event or discover who the children of the events were.
100% 10 votes
828 East Landry, Opelousas, LA 70570 MoreLess Info
Le Vieux Village de Poste des Opelousas was established in 1720 and is one of Louisiana's oldest towns. It is home to many annual events as well as The Orphan Train Museum and a Jim Bowie exhibit.
100% 15 votes
311 North Main, Jennings, LA 70546 MoreLess Info
Initially a general merchandise store in 1910, Tupper Museum today, features a wide range of vintage merchandise which offer an insight into the rural life of early 20th century Louisiana.