CAMP BEAUREGARD IN WORLD WAR I
At the Louisiana Maneuvers and Military Museum! On view items used by US Army soldiers while training for war over a hundred years ago.
HISTORY OF JACKSON BARRACKS
At the Jackson Barracks Museum! A new exhibit detailing the history of the post from 1832 to present featuring objects, archaeological collections, historic maps and photos.
LOUISIANA GUARD IN THE 1898 SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
A New permanent exhibit at the Jackson Barracks Museum! Learn about the contributions of Louisiana Soldiers to one of the first international operations by the US Armed Forces.
LOUISIANA NATIONAL GUARD MUSEUMS
The Mission of the Louisiana National Guard Museums is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of the Louisiana Army and Air National Guard and the World War II Louisiana Maneuvers. We aim to provide our Guardsmen and citizens with an educational resource, focused on Louisiana military history, that promotes Esprit de corps and an increased positive public image of the Louisiana National Guard.
Tues – Fri: 9 AM – 5 PM / Last Sat of Month
If St Claude Gate is closed, proceed north around the block to N. Claiborne/W. Judge Perez Gate.
After hours & weekends, arrangements can be made by calling 504-278-8024.
Tues – Fri: 9 AM – 5 PM
After hours & weekends, arrangements can be made by calling 318-641-5733.