A visit to Spring Street Historical Museum is a wonderful day out for the entire family. Beautifully restored and preserved by professionals who have devoted their lives to it's epic and proud history.

Spring Street Historical Museum

Celebrating 30 Years

Take a trip back in time with us to see what life was like when Shreveport was young and taking. Built as Tally's Bank, the Spring Street Historical Museum is housed in one of the oldest remaining buildings in downtown Shreveport. The building has undergone careful restoration and serves as one of Northwest Louisiana's few remaining example of New Orleans-style cast-iron grill work. The original vault retains its elaborately painted door and houses a permanent exhibit on the history of Shreveport. Since 1976, the building has been owned and operated by the Shreveport Committee of the National Society of Colonial Dames in Louisiana who oversaw its restoration and placement on the National Register of Historic Places. It currently operates under the Secretary of State's Museum Program.


Tuesday - Saturday

10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Free admission

Spring Street Museum map to From I-20, take the Spring Street exit (#16A.) The museum is on the right at Spring Street and immediately north of Milam Street.

Jose Teaches Spanish At The Centre

Lessons in Spanish have now been moved to Saturday mornings - this was announced at the last partent/teacher meeting for St. Alms however we thought it wise to state it here again. You can take a Spanish vocabulary test here on this site and there's a free youtube video to learn spanish here to get you going! Jose's channel Spanish for beginners is here if you'd like to do some extra work from home.

The Spring Street Museum has two front steps and no ramp. There is an interior elevator to access the second floor.