Once Abandoned And Left To Decay, The Chauvin Sculpture Garden In Louisiana Has Been Restored To Its Former Glory

Down at the tip of southeastern Louisiana lies a very unusual sight, and it’s worth a road trip. This unique sculpture garden in Louisiana is in a remote part of the state, surrounded by Louisiana’s wetlands and near the Gulf of Mexico in an area where you wouldn’t think to see such a vibrant, colorful display of emotion and creativity, and maybe that’s what makes it such a special hidden gem.

The Chauvin Sculpture Gardens are open daily from sunrise to sunset, and it’s free to enter. Carve out some time to road trip down to this unique sculpture garden in Louisiana and let us know your experience.

While you’re down in that part of the state, you’ll probably pass through Houma. If you do, be sure to swing by A-Bear’s, one of the most delicious restaurants in Louisiana.

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Address: Chauvin Sculpture Garden & Art, 5337 Bayouside Dr, Chauvin, LA 70344, USA