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The Country Store Museum, representing a time capsule of Americana and old Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, reflects the time period between 1900 and 1950 and is open to the public. Contents of museum feature many donated artifacts which include hardware, tools, kitchenware and utensils, medicine, grocery items, cold drinks, sewing materials and notions. Memorabilia pertaining to the Big Bend Post Office has survived and old ledgers used from the Ponthieu and Lemoine Times document business and transactions.

Seasons Open: Year Round

Hours Open: Tues,Thurs,Fri 7:30am-3:30pm, Sunday Noon-4:30pm

Fees: $2

Accessibility Notes


 Pet Friendly Notes

Pets allowed on property, however not in musuem

For More Information, Contact:

Jimmie Bernard

8554 LA 451, Moreauville, LA 71355

Julia Jeansonne wrote on March 10, 2016: My Dad grew up in Big Bend, he is a Jeansonne. I can’t wait to go to the museum and learn about it from the time he was young.


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Latitude: 31.045304000
Longitude: -91.921214000
Elevation: 51 FT (16 M)
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