The Museum occupies the exact historical location in Gibsland, Louisiana of Ma Canfield's Cafe where Bonnie and Clyde dined for the last time. Here, you will experience a trip back to 1934 when the most notorious outlaw couple of all time met their bloody fate in a deadly ambush.Make Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum a part of your Gibsland vacation plans using our Gibsland trip generator.
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Small museum with a lot of pics, newspaper articles, etc. Many things are duplicates shown in a few different areas, but still interesting. Some gory mannequins, but I'm sure not as gory as the actual... more »
Went here with 12 & 9 year old children. Had a chance to talk to the owner and he had done extensive research on Bonnie and Clyde and had some personal family experiences relating to them. He was an i... more »
Prior to attending the Ambush Museum, I didn't know much more about Bonnie and Clyde than what was presented in the Warren Beatty/Faye Dunaway movie. The small front room of the building is a souvenir... more »
Neat and interesting are about it... While nothing is wrong with this museum it is lacking that professionally curated feel. It is in a historic locale and seems crammed in. Pricing for an unguided, entrance to the next room, was high. Felt unsatisfactory and uninteresting after a few moments.
Been wanting to come here for years.Got there Friday afternoon and stood in the lobby / gift shop for 30 minutes while the guy there was surfing the net. Finally got tired of waiting and left. He never acknowledged we were there until we were outside on the sidewalk. Said thanks for shopping without even looking up. I can understand why they are going broke. Sad deal, was looking forward to seeing it.
This is worth the stop! Also, don't forget to get directions to go see the actual ambush site (Historical Marker) on Hwy 154 outside of Gibsland.
Small, stuffy and over priced. We were told it was free..... Not really. You can go into the gift shop for free, but it's $7 for a self guided tour of a room. Not worth it.
So Chris Deloach, how much was your speeding ticket?? Obviously your upset after getting a ticket in this town, otherwise you wouldn't have commented on the local PD. Second... If you think Bonnie and Clyde were unarmed and "dindu nuffin", your a special kind of stupid aren't you... This Museum was well worth the trip and is highly recommended!!!!!
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