“Remembering 80 years since the law won”
The museum has so many great artifacts and clippings that if you're interested at all in Bonnie & Clyde or history of their times you will spend a couple of hours here. Boots (the curator) is a good old guy too and he's very knowledgeable and helpful. He will answer any question he can and he really knows his stuff (and he should, his father Ted Minton was one of the officers that hunted B&C and was present at the ambush). The museum is housed in the cafe where Bonnie and Clyde bought their last snack before the ambush.
Small, old-fashioned. 7 bucks a person, T-shirts are 20, no photographs. Lots of photos, great way to spend an hour. Walk across the street to the Gibsland Cafe for lunch after.
This wasn’t near as amazing as the museum a few doors down! The ambush museum is filled with replicas, not the real deal and kinda pricey when you can go to the free one that is filled with authentic Bonnie & Clyde history! Just make a donation so the real deal can stay around!
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Bonnie & Clyde Ambush Museum
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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