Iberia Travel Blog
Walkin' in a window wonderland. Envision da Berry's creative director, Phanat Xanamane guest blogs how the Window Wonderland project began and why it makes the New Iberia holidays a little brighter.
Although it shouldn't be, Christmas can be a lot of work. Instead of hours of searching, we here at the Iberia Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau would like to share a few different holiday recipes with you that you can cook up for your family this Christmas and New Year's!
Shane Bernard's newest novel tells the legend of the Teche in his enrapturing words and research.
Cook up some scares with this ghostly gumbo recipe before you head to the World Championship Gumbo Cookoff.
The city of New Iberia has been designated as an accredited Main Street America™ program for meeting rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center. See the steps the city has taken to make it one of the best Main Streets in the country.
Gumbo is a pièce de résistance in Southern Louisiana, so it’s no surprise the World Championship Gumbo Cookoff calls Iberia Parish home. Every year, on the second weekend in October, the Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce hosts the cookoff in Bouligny Plaza on New Iberia’s historic and award winning Main Street. See what's cooking at this year's festival!
The Bayou Teche Museum in New Iberia is excited to announce the unveiling of an exhibit of original art by internationally recognized artist, Hunt Slonem. "Bayou, Birds and Butterflies" will feature several paintings from Slonem's Albania plantation home in Jeanerette, as well as some from other museums and private collections.
The Jeanerette Museum is turning 40 this year!
Do you want to learn how to cook with Tabasco sauce? Need fresh inspiration to use your favorite condiment? Let Tabasco Restaurant 1868's Chef Lionel Robin coach you on our inside look at Tabasco's newest offering, cooking classes.
New additions to Rip's Rookery added to make the birding experience even easier on Jefferson Island.
The new TABASCO® Visitors Center on Avery Island is now offering guided tours by curator and historian Shane K. Bernard, Ph.D. Read more to see the one of a kind expereince you can receive by reserving your spot now!
IPCVB's French intern, Johanna Hyves examines the differences and similarities between her New Iberia and its twin city, her home town.
French intern, Johanna Hyves experiences France in Iberia on her stay. See how the culture is still alive as she takes us to North Lewis Elementary School and the "French Table" at Victor's Cafe.
Cruisin' Cajun Country is back and ready to rev up your weekend! Read up on how the festival got started and what is in store for those who attend.
Did you know Iberia Parish is home to one of the largest Lao communities in the USA? Or that there is a Buddhist Temple located in the city? We took a behind the scenes tour to learn about how the Lao community formed, and learn about the religion as well as see the breathtaking temples. Come discover this hidden gem with us.
Our French intern Johanna Hyves gives a few thoughts on her first impressions of the area, people and culture and notes how very similar we are to our French heritage.
Johanna Hyves spent a fun filled day exploring Iberia Parish and all it's offerings. Read more to follow her journey in both English and French.
It's here! The new Avery Island Experience has arrived. With access to areas that have never been open to the public before, there has never been a better time to visit Avery Island.
French intern Johanna Hyves gives her take on the new Tabasco tour and what visitors can expect to see when they visit.
French intern Johanna Hyves attended the Bayou Teche Museum's annual gala and new exhibit unveiling.