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Founded as a railroad depot midway between the larger cities of Lafayette and Lake Charles, Jennings today offers plenty of reasons to stop and explore. Cajun heritage thrives in local restaurants, music venues and festivals. Birding, hunting and water sports abound in the countryside, while downtown offers a host of unique attractions. The Zigler Museum, in particular, has been stunning visitors with its world-class art collection housed in a colonial-era home. The Strand Theatre, a 1930's-era movie house, now showcases performing arts, including a long-running, live country music variety show held each month. The Gator Chateau gives the public an up-close alligator encounter in a protected habitat, and the W.H. Tupper General Merchandise Museum presents a time capsule of mid-century country life, including an exhibit on the history of the telephone. Today's farmers bring their produce, preserves and crafts to the Jennings Main Street Farmers Market each Saturday morning.

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    100 Rue de l'Acadie Jennings, LA 70546
    Resue, Educate and Release! The Gator Chateau is home to rescued, orphaned baby alligators as well as mature alligators. We foster the gators until they are able to be released back to their...
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    100 Rue de l'Acadie (LA Oil & Gas Park) Jennings, LA 70546
    Hold a baby gator, dine on unique Cajun cuisine, Drive, bike, and explore our waterways and byways on the NEW Flyway Byway trail, and visit the NEW Louisiana Spirits Distillery, Home of Bayou Rum 
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    603 N. State Street Jennings, LA 70546
    Home cooking at its's best and fresh desserts daily. Other menu items that include Poboys, Sandwiches, And Salads served from 11 am- 7 pm. Saturdays - Sandwiches and salads only. Dine in or drive...
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    1823 Elton Rd Jennings, LA 70546
    Featuring New Orleans style po-boys, Bayou home-style dinners, seafood, southern dishes, soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, and breakfast entrees. Cajun appetizers with unique twists. Sweet treats...
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    1118 South State St Jennings, LA 70546
    Old-style drive-in favorites. Open seven days a week from 9am - 9pm.
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    311 N. Main St. Jennings, LA 70546
    Step back in time to a country store open from 1910-1949. View the original contents left in the store in 1949 of toys, clothes, hardware items, elixirs and much more. See the largest known...
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    241 N. Market St. Jennings, LA 70546
    Locally owned and operated used bookstore and coffee shop.  Books are "Like New Feel - Used Book Deal!"...
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    311 N. Main St Jennings, LA 70546
    Jennings Festival Association's mission is to provide wholesome family friendly entertainment that appreciates our unique Cajun heritage. Key events include the Squeezebox Shootout (accordian...
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    919 N. Lake Arthur Avenue Jennings, LA 70546
    A Louisiana Tradition. Serving daily lunch buffet, seafood dishes, steaks, and regional specialties.
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Founded as a railroad depot midway between the larger cities of Lafayette and Lake Charles, Jennings today offers plenty of reasons to stop and explore. Cajun heritage thrives in local restaurants, music venues and festivals. Birding, hunting and water sports abound in the countryside, while downtown offers a host of unique attractions. The Zigler Museum, in particular, has been stunning visitors with its world-class art collection housed in a colonial-era home. The Strand Theatre, a 1930's-era movie house, now showcases performing arts, including a long-running, live country music variety show held each month. The Gator Chateau gives the public an up-close alligator encounter in a protected habitat, and the W.H. Tupper General Merchandise Museum presents a time capsule of mid-century country life, including an exhibit on the history of the telephone. Today's farmers bring their produce, preserves and crafts to the Jennings Main Street Farmers Market each Saturday morning.

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