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    City: Houma
    7829 Main St Houma, LA 70360
    Located in the Downtown Historic District. Performance season runs July-May. Call for performance and showtimes or visit our website. $10.00 per ticket. Cash and checks accepted only.
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    118 McAllen Dr. Houma, LA 70360
    Coastal fishing for redfish , speckled trout, flounder, drum, sheephead, and bass. Full day or half day trips available. Capt. Anthony Kyzar, Friendly and experienced guide. Located 1 hour from New...
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    Jugs Marina; Bayou Dularge, Theriot Houma, LA 70364
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    1507 Barrow Street Houma, LA 70360
    Come to the Jolly Inn where everyone is family: Live Music, Cajun Cooking, Dance Hall, Catering, Lounge, Building Rental.
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    809 Bayou Black Dr. Houma, LA 70360
    Corner of Hwys 182 & 311. Authentic Cajun café serving Cajun meals & homemade desserts since 1963. Cajun/Country music Fri. nights 6-9pm. M-F 10:30am-3pm,Sa 10:30am-2pm.
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    709 May St. Houma, LA 70363
    Cajun Cultural land tours including alligator hunters, net makers, seafood factories.  View marsh, swamp, & meet local people.  Tours include shrimp, oyster, crab operations,...
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    105 Capri Ct. Houma, LA 70364
    RV campground located in natural woodsy setting. Member of Good Sam, PassPort America, United RV, Happy Campers and AAA. Credit Cards accepted: V, M/C. Office hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday...
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    102 Parnell Drive Houma, LA 70360
    Capt.Tommy Pellegrin. Charter fishing offshore and shoreline. Red snapper and tuna specialist. All saltwater fishing available. Credit Cards accepted: A/E, V, D, M/C. Hours vary by season.
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    1208 Museum Dr. Houma, LA 70360
    Southdown Plantation House is a 19th-century sugar manor house and home to the Terrebonne Museum of history and culture. It was built in 1859 as a one-story Greek Revival house by sugar planter...

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A network of bayous and shipping channels converge on Houma, creating a crisscross of busy waterways within the city. Many streets are two-lane avenues split down the middle by canals plied by small vessels, and the sight of shrimp boats docked just before their skippers' homes is as common as the family minivan parked in front of other American households. Houma is widely considered the de facto capital of deep bayou country, and here the many pleasures of the region's robust culture are easily accessible. The city is the jumping-off point for countless charter fishing adventures, birding expeditions and swamp tours along the ecologically rich wetlands stretching out toward the Gulf, while the Native American tribe of the United Houma Nation is headquartered here and hosts frequent cultural events. Boisterous Mardi Gras celebrations consume the city each year, while dance halls and restaurants showcase the region's Cajun heritage every day.

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