Monday 9:30 am
Wednesday and Friday 1:30 pm
Air U Cenla is a 16,000+ sq. ft. indoor trampoline park! We will have party rooms and awesome concessions to please kids and parents alike!
The Alexandria Holocaust Memorial was built so that visitors could honor and remember the six million Jews - including one and one-half million children - who were killed in the Holocaust. It also honors the non-Jewish victims of the Holocaust, as well as victims of ethnic cleansing, genocide, or other forms of man's inhumanity to man in all places and times. The memorial recognizes the extraordinary efforts of the resistors and rescuers during the especially difficult times.
The obelisk is 18 feet high and weighs 15 tons. In Jewish tradition, the number 18 has an almost mystical significance. The Hebrew letters for 18 mean LIFE and are used often at happy occasions celebrating important events.
The Alexandria Museum of Art is the centerpiece of Alexandria's river front, situated on the entire 900 block of Second Street. Through its exhibition program of an ever-changing array of collections on loan from around the world, its extensive permanent collection of contemporary Louisiana art and the state's largest collection of North Louisiana Folk Art, AMoA entices visitors of diverse tastes.
Alexandria Museum of Art Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday; Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm; Saturday 10am-4pm. Cost: $4 Adults, $3 Students/Military/Seniors, $2 Students 4-13, 3 and under free
Set off for adventure at Alexandria Zoo, Central Louisiana’s #1 destination for wild family fun. Discover over 500 extraordinary animals representing more than 160 species from all over the world. Experience life eye-to-eye with tigers, jaguars, lions, crocodiles, flamingos, monkeys, wolves, snakes and more. Dive deeper into the aquatic world of river otters, alligators, turtles, and fish through underwater viewing windows. Train ride, playground, gift shop, concessions, picnic tables, ATM, and stroller rental. Special events and education programs offered throughout the year. Hours: Sunday-Saturday 9 am-5 pm. Cost: $7.50 Adults 13-64, $5.50 Children 4-12, $4.50 Seniors 65+, Ages 3 and under free
Located in the historic downtown district, this museum gives the history of the life and times of noted author/poet, scholar, and librarian Arna Wendell Bontemps. If offers African American Memorabilia, pamphlets, books, and artifacts. A gift shop is also available. Hours: By Appointment Only Cost: Free Admission
Group parties available upon request.
Louisiana's largest fish hatchery. Book Fowler is home to the Louisiana Lunker Bass Program and produces primarily Florida largemouth bass in addition to catfish, striped bass and paddlefish. The visitor center features hand painted murals, riverine exhibit, estuarine exhibit, bass exhibit and turtle exhibit. Best time to visit is mid-March to mid-May. Booker Fowler Fish Hatchery Hours: Monday-Friday 6am-4:30pm. Cost: Free Admission
The Delta Music Museum focuses on music along the Mississippi Delta Region form Memphis, TN, to New Orleans, LA. Ferriday is home to three legendary cousins: Jerry Lee Lewis, Mickey Gilley and Jimmy Swaggart. The museum highlights each one plus many more! Hours: Closed Saturday-Tuesday; Wednesday-Friday 9am-4pm. Cost: Free Admission