The Eunice Depot Museum in Eunice Louisiana is housed in the old train depot (restored in 1984) from which C.C. Duson sold the first land sites in 1894 for the town named after his wife, Eunice. The building is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and contains exhibits and collections depicting the lifestyles of the early settlers of this Cajun prairie town. Free admission. The Eunice Depot Museum is suitable for all ages, and offers Children’s Programs.
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Rocky's Cajun Kitchen, Ronnie's Cajun Cafe, Twisted Wings, Ruby's Restaurant & Courtyard, Allison's Hickory Pitt, Hacienda Real, Watami Japanese Restaurant, Jimbo's Restaurant, Peking Chinese Restaurant, Zeus Cafe, Crispy Cajun of EuniceLocal Shopping:
Champagne Super Food, Super 1 Foods, The Superette, Amy Shopping Center, Iron Gate Gift Shop, Stage Clothing, Sacred Heart Gift Shop