Historic City Hall
Historic City Hall  Arts & Cultural Center
1001 Ryan Street
Lake Charles, Louisiana

Historic City Hall Arts and Cultural Center is a public art and history gallery, which showcases numerous traveling exhibitions from around the world. It is also the home to Black Heritage Gallery and Gallery by the Lake. Both galleries give spotlight to dozens of regional and local artists. The Center features three floors of gallery space, a clock tower, and a landscaped brick plaza. Traveling exhibitions by well-known artists Pablo Picasso, Norman Rockwell, and Tasha Tudor have visited the Center, as well as historic exhibits including Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and The Pelican State Goes to War (by the National WWII Museum). Visitors from across the country are surprised to find such high-caliber exhibitions in the Lake Area.  

Historic City Hall Arts and Cultural Center is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission to all exhibitions is free to the public. Follow us on Facebook or sign up for our newsletter to stay connected and learn about our current exhibits. For more information, please call (337) 491-9147.

 
     
Historic City Hall