Attractions

(A Free Tour)

Built in 1920 at the cost of $40,000.00 the Crowley Motor Co. was the city's Ford Motor Model T dealership. Designed by an archi...

Frosto is a 50's style drive-in serving the best tasting old fashioned hamburger in town. Have a delicious malt or shake or one of our many other desserts, all made from scratch. Come by and enjoy our shaded picnic dining in an outdoor, casual at...

Situated in the heart of downtown Crowley, on the second and third floors of the Dixie True Value Hardware building is a turn of the century (1901) opera house. This newly restored and renovated masterpiece will reopen in the spring of 2008 and will...

The Historic Rice Theatre is home of foot-stomping, finger-snapping, toe tapping, hand clapping, Cajun Gospel and Country Music. Be entertained by local and International talents. Enjoy music, magic, theatricals, performances and more. Hours vary...

Take a nostalgic walk through the past as you view the farming tools of our fathers and grandfathers. The equipment of yesterday was simple and, quite often, handmade. Tour the antique farm equipment and toy tractor collection. All tours by appoin...

Briefly a museum and mercantile, the building now serves as a social gathering place for the community, as well as a functioning bar and operating museum. The history of the town of Iota and surrounding areas is preserved through the curation of d...

It served as the railroad depot and loading platform for 75 years. The city thought it should be preserved, so it became an attractive site with trees, walkways, beautiful lamp post, benches, a pavilion, water fountain and hitching post.

This building was the old Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Rectory. The Diocese of Lafayette donated this priest's home to the Town of Church Point. The 1887 structure, is Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This is one of the last st...

Featuring Louisiana's oldest recording studio. Tours welcome by appointment only. Admission is free. Local music available on CD's, tapes and vinyl. Contact Info: Fax: (337)788-0776 E-mail: mterec@worldnet.att.net

Come in and see our great selection of Cajun and Swamp Pop cd's & cassettes. Checkout our great prices on accordions and musical instruments. We welcome all tourists. Located 5 miles north of Crowley on Hwy. 13. Open Mon. - Fri. 10am - 5pm, Sa...

Small family-owned farm and petting zoo that specializes in breeding quality miniature farm animals. Free and open to the public most afternoons. Call to book a tour, photo session,  or birthday party. 


Charlene Marie Richard (January 13, 1947 – August 11, 1959) was a twelve-year-old Roman Catholic Caj...

Open Monday through Friday 1:00-5:00 p.m. 


The cemetery dates back to 1872. St. Joseph's Cemetery, listed in "Ripleys Believe it or Not!" as the only known U.S. cemetery facing North-South. But this is only the beginning, and to learn more, you've just got to come visit.

Louisiana's largest rice milling operation, located in Crowley. Supreme Rice processes over 1 billion pounds of rice annually. 

Visit the studio of nationally known potters David & Emily Wortman located on a working rice farm in the heart of Cajun country...

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Upcoming Events

27th Germanfest

27th Germanfest

10/01/2022 - 10/02/2022

Starts: 8 am - Ends: 9pm

85th International Rice Festival

85th International Rice Festival

10/20/2022 - 10/23/2022

Starts: 10 am - Ends: Midnight

Rice City Car & Tractor Show

Rice City Car & Tractor Show

05/28/2022 - 05/28/2022