Rebel State Historic Site


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Rebel State Historic Site


Location:3 miles northwest of Marthaville on LA 1221.
Facilities:Museum, exhibits, library, performance amphitheater, visitor center, restrooms, picnic areas, group pavilion, trails.
Activities:Guided tours, interpretive programs, community outreach programs, musical performances.
Special Features:Rebel is the home of the Louisiana Country Music Museum, with exhibits that interpret the development of the various folk music traditions in the region, from early gospel and string band music to today's country music sounds. The museum contains costumes, instruments, and pictures that have been donated by prominent country music and gospel performers, including Roy Acuff's fiddle and yo-yo as well as one of Hank Williams Jr's shirts. The building's architectural design depicts a stringed musical instrument.
Address:1260 Hwy 1221
Marthaville, LA 71450

Phone:318-472-6255
Phone: 888-677-3600;
Web: www.crt.state.la.us/parks/irebel.aspx
Size: 46 acres.

See other parks in Louisiana.