1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Monroe, LA 71202
Phone: (318) 410-1005
Fax: (318) 410-0145
1401 Martin Luther King Jr., Monroe, LA, US, 71202
- Phone: (318) 410-1005
- Fax: (318) 410-0145
Arts & Museums
Located in a home that was donated by the Masur family and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this museum is filled with a fine collection of paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptures, plus features rotating art exhibitions.
Masur House is an art museum housed in the former residence of the Masur family. In 1929, Clarence Edward Slagle built this majestic manor by the banks of the Ouachita River. Also referred to as Slagle-Masur House, the owners donated it to the city to transform it in a fine arts museum, namely, the Masur Museum of Art. For information on the museum and its exquisite collection, please check the website.
With the mission "to preserve and promote aviation and military history and the legacy of the men and women who contributed to it," the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum of Louisiana's exhibits include information and artifacts related to the Civil War, Desert Storm, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, POWs, space history, the Selman Field Navigation School, General Chennault, Vietnam and more.
Unique, hands-on educational facility that helps children learn about the world around them through numerous interactive exhibits that include a Kids Cafe, a Toddler Town, an AMR Ambulance, and an
Unique, non-profit artist cooperative featuring original artwork of area artists, including paintings, sculptures, pottery, jewelry & gifts.
Wonderful doll museum that features over 2,000 antique dolls on display including French and German antique bisque dolls, handcarved wooden dolls that portray the Last Supper, artist dolls, and China dolls.
The Biedenharn Museum and Gardens was built in 1913 and is a splendid botanical garden. It is located besides the Ouachita River. The museum was built as a private home by Joseph A. Biedenharn who also holds the credit of bottling the first Coca Cola bottle in 1894. The property also houses a Coca Cola museum and other exhibits. The museum and garden are open for tourists throughout the week.
Discover Northeast Louisiana through the arts. There is something for everyone. Call for an events calendar.
Experience African American life and culture. View the display of artifacts, permanent exhibits, an archive of local African American history and rotating art exhibits.