Beauregard Museum

The Beauregard Museum, located in the historic, former Kansas City Southern passenger train depot. Photo
Lobby of Beauregard Museum, a former Kansas City Southern passenger train depot. Photo 2
In the courtyard of the Beauregard Museum, which includes a bust of Sam Houston Jones. Photo 3
The Beauregard Museum, a former passenger train depot built in 1926. Photo 4


120 South Washington Street
DeRidder LA 70634

Located in a former Kansas City Southern passenger train depot, the Beauregard Museum is a must-see for history-lovers. The museum tells the history of early DeRidder, sawmills and of life in what was once "No Man's Land." The collection includes handmade tools, items from rural life, antique furniture, Native American artifacts, artwork, stained glass, curiosities and more. Train fans will enjoy checking out the stainless-steel caboose in the courtyard. The museum is located near flea and antiques shopping, restaurants, an art gallery and other attractions. The museum also has restrooms and a small gift shop. Guided or self-guided tours.


General Information
  • Tours Available
  • Open Year-Round
  • Family Friendly
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Free Admission
  • Free Parking
  • Street Parking
  • Bus Parking
Tour Information
  • Guided Tours
  • Self-guided Tours
Type of Museum
  • Historical Museum