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New Iberia

Visiting New Iberia, Louisiana is one of the joyful things you can do while in the United States. The inhabitants of this city proudly affirm the Joy of Life that their city offers them.

They can even boast that their city offers something very unique to their lives.

First, New Iberia was created in 1779 on the banks of the Bayou Teche by the Spanish. Secondly, it is now hastily established as a Cajun base, which represents their typical culture and cuisine.

However, to discover the Spanish, French, African and Creole heritage at the same time, it is highly recommended to visit the famous Tabasco sauce factory on Avery Island to explore the unique cultural mix of this region.

The history and culture of this city: The citizens of New Iberia pride themselves on sharing the rich history of their traditions. It thus represents the centre of the Cajun country, it mixes French, Spanish, Amerindian and African-American culture, this mix has given rise to something different from anything else in the world. It is a spirit of sharing that makes you want to try the experience of this Métis story.

New Iberia Events and Festivals: You will always find interesting and fun activities in New Iberia along the banks of the Bayou Teche. To keep up to date on the fun, don’t forget to check out the list of events and festivals held annually.

With so many activities to explore and discover in New Iberia, you’ll need a map or a TO DO List. To help you get started, here is a short but not exhaustive list of many attractions to see absolutely:

  • Local attractions
  • Antique Roseville
  • Bayou Teche Museum
  • Konriko Rice Mill and Company Store
  • Shadows-On-The-The-Teche
  • The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes
  • Main Street
  • Squirrel Run Golf Club
  • Attractions of the region
  • Atchafalaya Basin
  • Cypress Bayou Casino
  • Jeanerette Museum
  • Jungle Gardens of Avery Island
  • McIlhenny Company TABASCO® Factory and Country Store
  • Rip Van Winkle Gardens and Joseph Jefferson Mansion
  • Martinville and the Acadian Memorial
  • Spanish Lake
  • Cypremort Point State Park
  • Lake Martin Bird Sanctuary