Eunice is a lively city that actively celebrates its history and French culture, calling itself the Prairie Cajun Capital. Lying amid rice fields and crawfish ponds glistening in the sun and decorated with the colorful wildflowers of the prairie, the city of Eunice offers visitors the opportunity to learn the story of the area's extensive Cajun culture.

Participating Businesses:

Cafe Mosaic 
Located in an old drugstore and men's cicra 1900's, Cafe Mosaic offers all flavors of coffee, snadwiche, a varitey of sweets and more all served daily. Free WiFi. La Table Francasie are held the third Saturday of each month at 9 AM.
202 S 2nd St.
Eunice, LA 70535

Eunice Depot Museum
The museum is housed in the old train depot from which C.C.Duson sold his first land sites in 1894 for the town named after his wife, Eunice. The buliding is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and contains exhibits and collections depicting the lifestyles of early settlers of this cajun prairer town. Free admission.
220 S C.C.Duson St.
Eunice, LA 70535

Le Village
7 beautifully furnished guest rooms located in the restored Main House, c. 190 and Grand-pere's, c.1920.The Chapelle Country Store is open for bed & breakfast guests, special events, by appointment and for special markets. Located 2 miles south of Eunice off Hwy. 13.
121 Seale Lane
Eunice, LA 70535

Niche Artist Gallery & Studio
211 S. 2nd St. 
Eunice, LA 70535

Soileau's Cowhide Chairs & Furniture Repair & Restoration
Noonie Bell continues the skill of her husband, noted Louisiana craftsman, Joe Soileau. She sells chairs covered with cowhide and also rugs of all shapes and sizes.
248 Rodeo Dr.
Eunice, LA 70535
337.457.4379 - 337.945.3650





Eunice Prairie Cajun Cultural District Map (pdf)