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Mandy Hawkins
· January 21, 2018
Stopped in yesterday for the first time. I’ve always been interested in history but knew very little (only the basics) about Bonnie and Clyde. I knew that they were shot and killed in Louisiana just d...idn’t realize I currently live so close (about two hours south) to the actual site ! The museum and the staff are absolutely amazing! The people who work in the gift shop along with the owner were more than welcoming! I want to say thank you once again I will definitely be back! See More
Shaye DaNil
· March 15, 2018
This place was a family road trip from Texas.
My son was sick 1 week so I gave him a little lesson on history. He was so interested in Bonnie and Clyde and we ended up finding this museum.
He has not... stopped telling people about everything he saw. It’s an awesome place to visit. See More
Paula Istre Champagne
· October 29, 2017
Absolutely amazing...we loved it!!! The owner and other employees were very nice and helpful . Would love to go back . They made sure we knew how to get to the ambush site as well. Extremely pleased ����
Georgia Edwards
· September 12, 2017
I was welcomed by the owner with a big smile. I was taken in the room and was told after viewing to take my time and look around, and that if I had and questions just ask. The video was more detailed ...than any other I'd see before. The museum was indeed a true dedication to those of us that are intrigued by the Bonnie and Clyde! It was clean, orderly, and MORE dated (authetic) information on Bonnie and Clyde than any other place I'd visited. I will definitely be back when I'll have more time to look around. See More
Jessica D. Ford
· July 15, 2017
The museum is nice, there's a lot of interesting facts and memorable, however when we walked in the guy at the front (owner?)was talking to other guests and didn't acknowledge us. We walked around t...he gift shop area for about 5 minutes and one of the guests finally said are we in your way. Only then were we asked us if we wanted to tour the museum. We paid and he opened the door to the museum and played a dvd for us and afterwards we walked through the museum. As we were leaving the other guests were still in the front talking. There was no thank you, no have a good day, nothing. We enjoyed all the things the museum had to offer, however the hospitality was non us anyways... See More
Tina Wyatt DeHart
· February 27, 2018
We visited the museum yesterday.. we loved it!! The owner was so friendly and had lots of real information on Bonnie and Clyde!! Will definitely visit again.. he started he gets new things in regularly...
Chris Parker
· August 19, 2017
My wife and I have visited the museum and we enjoyed it! I personally have been twice and plan on going back again with more of my family. The owner has always been very polite and knowledgeable when ...we had questions. I recommend stopping here if you are in the area for sure. Also, don't forget to ask him were you can get a good burger to eat! See More
Beth Murphy-Hanzlicek
· October 9, 2017
Very interesting place. Lots of information. I highly recommend it. The guy that runs it is super nice and very knowledgeable. He is awesome to talk to and can answer all of your Bonnie and Clyde questions.
Melissa White
· December 20, 2017
I live history and this is a cool place to go see. We go almost everytime I go home to Louisiana.
Cory Wildes
· December 26, 2017
Pretty cool place. Very interesting if you enjoy history. Worth the stop off the interstate
Twilla Marler
· March 4, 2018
I love it here, this is one of the best historical museums I have seen involving Bonnie and Clyde, I always go broke here. I spend all my money
Michael Osuna
· July 18, 2017
My wife and I took a detour to see the museum and really enjoyed it. The owner is great and very knowledgeable. We called ahead to see if it would be open when we got there and he said come and he w...ould wait for us and stay as long as we wanted to. See More
Andrea Nicole
· May 15, 2017
We saw the sign from the highway and decided to stop in without knowing much about this famous pair. The museum had a ton of fascinating information and artifacts that really shed light on the state o...f the criminal justice system at the time especially. Absolutely worth the detour if you get the chance. See More
Pj Liner
· October 22, 2017
Really cool to see all the stuff they got and to be in the place they had there last meal
Walter T. Norris
· May 30, 2017
I stopped in yesterday on my way back to Plano, TX from Georgia. I was rushed for time, but I did take time to buy a book and talked about Bonnie and Clyde with the proprietor. I have made a commitm...ent to go back to the Museum sometime this summer and soak in all the history of depression era Robin-Hood style gangsters. See More
Dawn Robinson-Bryant
· August 4, 2017
It's interesting but found out later the actual place they were killed was down the road and he didn't tell us about that, we could have went there too
Gean Kearns
· June 4, 2017
The Bonnie & Clyde Ambush Museum is fantastic. If you want to find out the true story about the lives of Bonnie & Clyde and the truth about how they died. This is the only place to go. Just talk to Pe...rry Carver he knows the whole true story. See More
Monica Lagravier Ramirez
· February 26, 2017
This is a great little place with a whole lot of history !!!! It's worth the drive to check this museum out loved talking to the man that runs this place he's very in the know about Bonnie & Clyde
Nikki Gray
· February 12, 2018
Great stuff on display! Thank y’all for sharing!!
Kourtney Kimberlin Summers
· May 21, 2017
Attended the 2017 Bonnie and Clyde Festival and visited the Ambush Museum, both for the first time. It has been a wonderful and unique experience for this longtime history buff. I highly recommend both.
Filming for an upcoming movie about the infamous outlaws Bonnie and Clyde will cause interruptions in traffic in Shreveport and Bienville Parish next week.
Matthew Lee Allen added 7 new photos.

Columbia Street in Covington. Getting ready to shoot scene for Woody Harrelson movie "The Highway Men"



The Ambush site and buildings that were here during Clyde and Bonnie days!!!


Turner Classic Movies will broadcast, "Bonnie and Clyde," at 1:00 AM (CST) on February 18, 2018. I've seen the film countless times since 1967, even so, I'll be... watching it again this time. It's hard to explain just why the movie means so much to me. In high school, I asked my friends to pose for "gangster pictures." Between 1986 and 2006, playing cops 'n robbers was my passion. Those were the best days of my life. When I watch the movie, those wonderful memories come flooding over me. It's nice to visit with old friends again.

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"Bonnie and Clyde, The True Story," 1992.
In the spring of 1991, a Hollywood production company came to Dallas to film this Fox Network made-for-TV m...ovie. For we reenactors, participating in this project proved to be an eye opener. Hollywood chewed us up and spit us out.
The biggest plus for us was the fact the production company paid to have the, "Bonnie and Clyde," movie Ford restored to the point where it could be used in the film. Having that car opened up all sorts of opportunities for us.

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Jeff Goad to Metro Baton Rouge...Then & Now

Metro Baton Rouge - Then & Now

On the set of the new film "The Highwaymen" starring Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson and Kathy Bates...

Currently filming at the O...ld Governor's Mansion on North Blvd...

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ATexas family had found a ring that Clyde Barrow is believed to have given to Bonnie Parker before the famous gangster couple's death.The silver ring, adorne...

Checkout "Strange inheritance" tonight on Fox Business Channel at 8:30 Central Time!!!