Visit the Louisiana 4-H Museum in Mansura Louisiana

Jr. Martin, St. Romain, Rose Anne  |  9/4/2009 6:12:08 PM

The Louisiana 4-H Museum is now open!  Explore the rich history of Louisiana 4-H from a 1908 corn club for 300 rural boys to a formal educational program with a wide variety of projects, camp experiences and curriculm affecting more than 225,000 girls and boys in rural and metropolitian areas throughout Louisiana.

Louisiana 4-H celebrated its 100 year anniversary last year with celebrations to mark the event across the state all year long.

The museum is located at 8592 Hwy. 1 in Mansura, Louisiana.  The phone number is (318) 964-2245. The office hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The museum is free to children under 3 years old.

The museum staff is ready to schedule group tours with a 10% discount on the $3.00 admission for groups of 25 or more. Please contact the museum coordinator when you’d like to bring a group so a guided tour can be planned: 4hmuseum@agcenter.lsu.edu or (318) 964-2245.

Louisiana 4-H is an educational program of the LSU AgCenter.

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