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Why Visit Shadows on the Teche New Iberia

As part of our "Why Visit" series, we spoke to Marketing and Programs Manager Jayd Buteaux to get an insider's look at Shadows-on-the-Teche, a 19th century sugar plantation owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in the heart of New Iberia's Historic District.  

Bayou Teche Museum Purchased Lives Exhibit

A panel version of the powerful and poignant traveling exhibition "Purchased Lives: The American Slave Trade from 1808 to 1865" is coming to Bayou Teche Museum in July and August 2017.

Why Visit Konriko Rice Mill

The next location in our "Why Visit" series is America's oldest operating rice Mill, Konriko. I spoke to owners Mike and Sandy Davis to get the run down on the business as well as unknown facts about the attraction. I also give a walk through of what a visitor can expect when they visit the mill. So, come with us on a journey 105 years in the making.

Main Street New Iberia has won another prestigous honor and was designated an accredited Main Street once again! Read about the steps the city has taken to make keep Main Street New Iberia one of the best in America.

George Rodrigue's famous Blue Dog has finally found his way back home to Bayou Teche Museum in a new permanent art gallery with a recreation of Rodrigue's own studio.

Avery Island's expansion is growing even more with an all new round trip bus tour beginning and ending in New Orleans!

The Louisiana Travel Promotion Association (LTPA) introduced Mcllhenny Company, the maker of  TABASCO® brand Pepper Sauce, as the winner of the Attraction of the Year Award. Read more for a look at what has made the brand a household name for 150 years.

Main Street New Iberia Earns National Accreditation

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.

Hunt Slonem Exhibit at Bayou Teche Museum

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.

Anna Joyce Breaux and Gail Garcia with Jeanerette Museum

The Jeanerette Museum is turning 40 this year!

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