Take advantage of our southern hospitality and visit the many attractions in this area. Whether it’s holding a baby alligator, visiting the Bayou Rum Distillery or the Children’s Telephone Museum, you are sure to find something of interest.
A visit to Lake Charles will find delicious Cajun food, music, museums, casino gaming, festivals, and many more attractions.
Travel along the Gulf Coast and you’ll see beaches, marshlands,and the flora and fauna in their natural habitats.
A visit toAvery Island will find the home of the TABASCO® brand pepper sauce factory, as well as Jungle Gardens and its Bird City wildfowl refuge.
Tour the Joseph Jefferson Mansion, stroll through approximately 15 acres of the semi tropical gardens, as well as learn about the history of the 1980 salt mine disaster.
Explore this 23-acre historic and folklife park and learn about the history and culture of Acadiana.
Enjoy a relaxing cruise through the Atchafalaya Basin, the largest wetlands and swamps in Louisiana, as you learn about its ecosystem.
Visit historic St. Martinville, the 6th oldest city in Louisiana. Here you’ll find the famous Evangeline oak tree that was the basis for Longfellow’s poem, year-round festivals, Creole cuisine, and much more.