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    City: Lafayette
    2207 N.W. Evangeline Thrwy. Lafayette, LA 70501
    The hotel is located near the intersection of I-10 and I-49, close to historic downtown Lafayette and just three miles from Lafayette Regional Airport. At the BEST WESTERN Lafayette Inn start ...
    City: Lafayette
    2105 Kaliste Saloom Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    80 room all suite hotel featuring our Candlewood laundry, gym and gazebo with grill. All rooms are fully equipped with kitchen appliances.
    City: Lafayette
    300 Fisher Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    Vermilionville is a living history museum and folklife park that represents the cultural resources of the Acadian, Native American & Creole cultures, from the time period 1765-1890.
    City: Scott
    537 Apollo Rd. Scott, LA 70583
    Award-winning campground. 175 level concrete sites, 22 cabins, two large swimming pools, mini golf, 3 self-drive cd tours of Cajun Country. Free fishing in stocked 10 acre lake. Propane service &...
    City: Lafayette
    200 Greenleaf Dr. Lafayette, LA 70506
    Acadian Village serves as a monument to the proud culture of the Acadian People. As a folk life museum, it offers an authentic vision of Acadian society in South La. during the 19th century.
    City: New Orleans
    519 Toulouse St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    City: Lafayette
    143 Industrial Pkwy Lafayette, LA 70508
    DUCE Rods is a fishing rod company committed to providing fisherman of all experience levels with a niche rod. Our rods are spiral wrapped and outfitted with high quality components from the USA to...
    City: Lafayette
    400 E. St. Mary Blvd., Ste. 313 Lafayette, LA 70503
    The Center for Louisiana Studies (CLS) was established in 1973 for the promotion of scholarly investigation into Louisiana's rich culture and heritage through acquisition, research and...
    City: Lafayette
    1008 East St. Mary Blvd Lafayette, LA 70503
    The Lafayette Art Association (LAA), in the heart of Acadiana, is a non-profit organization established in 1959 by artists and art connoisseurs to promote, support, encourage, and educate in the...

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As the largest city in Lafayette Parish, Lafayette, Louisiana mixes all the amenities of urban life, including universities and medical centers, with the unmistakable influence of the region's venerable Cajun and Creole cultures. Visitors can learn about the area's roots by touring either the Acadian Cultural Center or Vermilionville. Built as 19th century bayou villages, each folk life center  operates as an interactive museum. This heritage is still prominent in the city's lifestyle cultural traditions.
Lafayette is said to have more restaurants per capita than any other American city, and many of them specialize in the distinctive, seafood-laden regional cuisine. Numerous music clubs feature homegrown talent, including both traditional and contemporary Cajun and Zydeco performers. Two popular festivals, Festival International de Louisiane in April and Festivals Acadiens in October, draw many thousands of visitors to town and anchor a calendar year full of celebrations of the area's vibrant culture.

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