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    City: New Orleans
    1 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    One of the top 5 aquariums featuring the largest collection of sharks and jellyfish. Don't miss our rare white gator, penguins, otters and a changing exhibits gallery. Steps away from the French...
    City: Dry Creek
    252 CM Farms Road Dry Creek, LA 70637
    CM Farms Spring Festivities and Fall Corn Maze are located just a little north of Dry Creek, Louisiana. It's a short country drive from Lake Charles and Alexandria!  30+ activities open seasonally!...
    City: New Orleans
    945 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    The National WWII Museum is the top-rated tourist destination in New Orleans. Experience World War II­, from industry efforts on the home front to the combat experience of the American soldier...
    City: Lafayette
    1879 W. Pinhook Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    Hop on board our cozy customized 14-passenger tour bus for a fun, informative and delicious "bites and sites" tour around Acadiana.  Six food-tasting stops during a 3 1/2 hour tour are included in...
    City: New Orleans, LA
    941 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA, LA 70116
    Heralded as the #1 tour company in New Orleans and sought out by celebrities for fun, quality entertainment, it's clear to see why the folks at Cajun Encounters are known by first name on...
    City: Monroe
    2000 Riverside Dr. Monroe, LA 71201
    Features the Biedenharn home, built. by Joseph Biedenharn, 1st bottler of Coca-Cola; Bible Museum, ELsong Garden & Conservatory. 
    City: Jennings
    100 Rue de l'Acadie Jennings, LA 70546
    Resue, Educate and Release! The Gator Chateau is home to rescued baby alligators as well as mature alligators. We foster the gators until they are able to be released back to their natural habitat....
    City: DeRidder
    250 W 7th St DeRidder, LA 70634
    City: Opelousas
    2235 Creswell Ln. Opelousas, LA 70570
    Taste the difference at The Cajun Buffet, where the food is prepared fresh from scratch every day. Enjoy delicious entrees like smoked turkey and roast beef, amazing gumbo, mouth-watering prime rib...

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Two giant names of American business are deeply ingrained in the history of Monroe, and its neighbor across the Ouachita River, West Monroe: Delta Airlines got its start here in 1926 as a crop dusting service, and Coca-Cola opened its first bottling plant here. Today, those legacies provide unique attractions for visitors. Biedenharn Home and Gardens, the estate of that first Coke bottler, is open to the public as a museum and sculpture garden. The Chennault Aviation and Military Museum of Louisiana has exhibits on Delta Airlines, the local World War II flight school at Selman Field and the volunteer combat unit called the Flying Tigers commanded by one-time Monroe resident, General Chennault. The 1,800-acre, cypress-studded waters and trails of Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge puts sportsmen's paradise at Monroe's doorstep, while a trip to the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo offers up-close encounters with animals from around the world.

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