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Crawfish Haven/Mrs. Rose’s Bed and Breakfast is a bed and breakfast near Abbeville, Kaplan, Gueydan, Lafayette and Rayne. We are the only bed and breakfast near Lafayette and possibly all of Louisiana that offers crawfish excursions. Our bed and breakfast provides the perfect location for shopping, restaurants, attending South Louisiana festivals, hunting and fishing. We offer a Hunter’s Special and we are the perfect location for hunters to bring their wives and let them shop while they hunt!
6807 LA Hwy 35
Kaplan, Louisiana 70548
BREC has seven golf courses across East Baton Rouge Parish giving residents and visitors a wide variety of golf options to challenge everyone from novice to pro. We invite you to visit each golf course’s page… or better yet, get out and play each facility… to discover for yourself why Baton Rouge is one of the best places in the country to play golf.
6201 Florida Blvd.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Lovely house museum and repository of Acadian history and culture. Original structure built in early 1800s as Sunday House of Vermilionville's founder, Jean Mouton. Became home of Governor Alexandre Mouton. Restored to 1850s. National Register. We offer guided tours for individuals and groups alike, Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 – 4:00. We also provide Museum Guide Sheets for self-guided tours in 3 languages: English, French and Spanish.
1122 Lafayette Street
Lafayette, Louisiana 70501
Your visit to the Atchafalaya Basin would not be complete without one of our unforgettable Airboat Swamp Tours! Whether you're interested in photography or a scenic adventure, you'll love what we have to offer. Airboats offer the most unique view of the basin, going places no other type of boat can! We would like to show you the natural beauty and pristine surroundings. Located just minutes from Breaux Bridge and Lafayette, and less than an hour from Baton Rouge.
1377 Henderson Levee Rd.
Henderson, Louisiana 70517
Black Bear Golf Course spans a varied topography from tree-lined holes to open approaches. The result is a Bechtol-Russell championship design capable of hosting tournaments and outings, yet appealing to golfers of all skill levels. Expansive Tif Eagle greens, lush fairways, native grasses in all non-play areas and affordable pricing make Black Bear a must play on your Louisiana list!
253 Black Bear Drive
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., BREC’s Santa Maria Golf Course is built on 150 acres of rolling terrain, featuring 18 lakes and two natural waterways. Santa Maria provides the perfect memorable setting to test your golf skills, complete with sand bunkers, exquisite Bermuda fairways and mature oaks. The 18-hole course measures 6,969 yards in length from its championship tees. The Spanish-style clubhouse includes a pro shop, a full-service restaurant and a private conference/dining room and f
18460 Santa Maria Parkway
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70810
REMEMBER THE SPIRIT OF LOUISIANA From the culture to the cuisine, to the way people celebrate—it’s about living life to its fullest and having some fun along the way. It’s from this place, where the sugarcane first came to the USA, where a new spirit is born… ENJOY BAYOU RUM AND LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL! Our beautiful facility in Lacassine, Louisiana along I-10 offers distillery tours, rum tasting bar and an incomparable gift shop experience for those who visit the home of Bayou Rum.
20909 S. Frontage Road
Lacassine, Louisiana 70650
From a giant shrimp boat to Huey Long's silk pajamas, Capitol Park Museum is a treasure trove for all things that make Louisiana so special. Opened in 2006, it's the largest museum in Baton Rouge with 70,000 square feet of state-of-the-art exhibits exploring history, technology, art, food, music, sports, Mardi Gras and so much more. You'll spend hours here, and come back for more.
660 N. Fourth Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
Come sit under 'Evangeline Oak' and learn about the 1755 expulsion of the Acadians from Nova Scotia, through Longfellow's epic poem 'Evangeline'. Explore the Creole plantation home, Maison Olivier, built in 1815. The site includes the family home with an outdoor kitchen and bread oven, slave quarters and a barn. In the pasture, there are even cattle. Be sure to view the history and cultural exhibits.
1210 N. Main Street
St. Martinville, Louisiana 70582
See how Ford Motor Co built and shipped their Model T's. Discover how Crowley has played an important role in LA and the nation when you see the information and artifacts in the Crowley Museum. See the oldest recording studio in continuous existence in Louisiana. Learn the history, growing, production, machinery and other exhibits about the rice industry. See all this and more.... in one place! Inside City Hall.
425 N. Parkerson Avenue
Crowley, Louisiana 70526