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As previous reviewers have mentioned, definitely stop at the visitors center to pick up the booklet listing the historical district facts. This is a self guided tour either by walking or driving. To walk you will need to locate several different parking spots as there...More
it's the only thing to see that it worth it. Tere are many old houses from 1880 to 1930 here and there around the city center. It's nice to take a look but you got to look the website to know where they are (mostly...More
We always enjoy historic districts. Love the old houses! Pick up your brochure at the visitor's center or download the informative app to your phone. We did seem to crisscross a bit but we did see some beautiful homes along the way.
Hi All :) We are thinking of doing a week long road trip from New Orleans to Houston this September. We are not from US and therefore I was hoping someone would have tips of the places to see/stay and things to do in that area :) The things that I saw myself that looked good were - New Orleans (Bourbon Street, Esplanade Avenue, Café Du Monde), - Oak Alley Plantation - Lafayette (Chicot State Park, Fuselier loop) - Lake Charles (Charpentier Historic District) Would you have any...More
July 05, 2018|
In the Lafayette area... -Visit Avery Island in New Iberia, where Tabasco is made. - Eat at Mulate’s in Breaux Bridge. Check with them to see when they have a Cajun band playing. - For a quick lunch, go to Poche’s in Breaux Bridge. I would spend a day or two in Lafayette and the rest of the time in New Orleans. New Orleans has such a variety of things to do: - zoo, aquarium, insectarium - World War II Museum - New Orleans Museum of Art - lots of restaurants, bars, etc - cruise...More