Opelousas, Louisiana has become a city of murals! To date, there are five murals located in the downtown area and even more public art projects, including Fiddle Mania. On the west side of the Savoy building, you’ll find a fabulous work of art painted by Tony Wimberly of Church Point, Mural History. The mural portrays a chapter in the life of Jim Bowie, a hero of the Battle of the Alamo and resident of Opelousas in the early 1800s. The Savoy building is located at 161 E. Landry Street.

Learn more about the history of Opelousas at Le Vieux Village Heritage Park and the Opelousas Museum & Interpretive Center.

Located at the parking lot on West Landry Street between Main Street and Court Street.