Mardi Gras Museum, a venue that provides people a look and feel of the Mardi Gras history in Louisiana, is located at Bossier City in Louisiana. The venue holds a lineup of costumes, props, and some other accessories that represent the type of Mardi Gras in the area. Formed for the advancement of a regional museum for Mardi Gras, the museum holds events that educate and entertain people with the regional perspective.
With a space of 10,000 square feet, the museum opens its doors not only for a display of a cultural heritage but also for special events. It can serve as a party place for groups. People would enjoy their time together while surrounded with rich memorabilia items displayed on the stage area and all over the place. The events venue is unique as it holds people for a specific goal while Louisiana's cultural heritage is being showcased.
With just five bucks, adults can experience a glimpse of carnival that has been celebrated for many centuries. Children get to see all these at a lower cost. The display of items showcases a unique heritage dated back to the time of French Catholic settlement in Louisiana in 1682.
For the state, the Mardi Gras season begins on the 6th of January. It would then end on Ash Wednesday. In this season, all the items from the museum would have similar patches with the things people would showcase in the streets during the celebration. And the colors would usually be purple, gold, and green. These are the official Mardi Gras colors that would also be usually found in the museum.
The Mardi Gras Museum takes part in the annual celebration showcasing the colors displayed in the museum while allowing the public to take part. The museum is open to the public for interested people who want to ride on a parade float.