Downtown Mural Art
Explore the streets and historic buildings of Downtown Houma, and you’re sure to discover unique galleries of murals and street art that reflect our bayou region. Each mural adds character with a flare of authentic Cajun culture. Whether commissioned by a business or part of a larger project, each mural adds color and character to Louisiana’s Bayou Country. Grab your camera and embark on a tour of Houma’s murals!
Explore Houma Cajun Claws
Located on the side wall of La Boujee Boutique on Grinage Street.
The Cajun Claws signify what we are known for – crawfish! Check out that bayou-themed detail!
Home Sweet Houma
Located on the side wall of Lumiere’s Blues and Jazz Bistro on Main Street.
Home Sweet Houma incorporates themes from our bayou region.
A Look into the Past…
Located on the corner of Lafayette Street and Main Street.
This painting takes a step back in time to depict what Downtown looked like in the past.
Located down Belanger Street next to the Courthouse Square.
Photo by Misty McElroy
The Cajun-themed butterflies are fun for all ages.. and heights!
Terrebonne Parish Bicentennial
Located on Main Street.
See the beautifully intricate mural that celebrates Terrebonne Parish’s 200-year anniversary.
The History of Houma
Located at 7928 W. Main Street.
Discover the history of Terrebonne Parish with this incredible artistic and historical timeline.
As you’re walking through Downtown, take a peak at some of the window murals our local artists are painting to elevate our community!