Cuttin’ Cane Ain’t All We Do

A two hour tour designed for middle and high school students that takes visitors on an interactive journey through several of the Museum’s historic structures. This tour highlights local contributions to engineering innovations, education, and social progress over two centuries of history.

Recommended 6th – 12th grades.

Program Length: 2 Hours

Cuttin’ Cane Ain’t All We Do is being supported in part by an African American Civil Rights Grant from the Historic Preservation Fund administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior. This civil rights tour and curriculum guide takes visitors through several of the historic structures on the West Baton Rouge Museum’s six-acre campus, highlighting local contributions to engineering, education, social progress, and music – because music is the ultimate expression of freedom.

RFP
Request for proposals to develop digital components for two cabins at the West Baton Rouge Museum. For details, contact [email protected].