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Sunset has always been known for its contributions to the agricultural industry as a leading producer of sweet potatoes. But today it is also known for a popular horticultural event, The Celebration of Herbs and Gardens. Held each May, the Sunset Garden Club hosts this daylong event. Seventy-five vendors display native plants, herbs, vegetable plants, yard art and herbal products. Another stop for plant lovers is La Caboose Bed & Breakfast, also home to La Caboose Jams and Jellies. Three acres surround the collection of restored train cars, now used as sleeping quarters and includes pecan trees, orchards, lush gardens of herbs and native flowers. Just on the outskirts of town and well worth the drive, is Chretien Point Plantation. Once the center of a 10,000 acre cotton plantation, this home’s history includes stories of the Civil War and a staircase that was replicated and used in Gone With the Wind!

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    147 Oak Tree Park Drive Sunset, LA 70584
    Cajun specialty meats, po-boys and Cajun cuisine, create your own salads. Homemade plate lunches served daily. Stop and try our hot, spicy homemade boudin.
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    312 Anna Street Sunset, LA 70584
    Search for treasures in this converted feedstore and warehouse. Primitives, furniture, art, jewelry, collectibles, memorabilia and more.
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    789 Napoleon Avenue Sunset, LA 70584
    Search through furniture, kitchen stuff, clothing, music, toys, home decoration, jewelry, collectibles, art, and so much more.
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    151 Leo Richard Lane Sunset, LA 70584
    Find antiques, art and collectibles in a unique shopping experience at an old sweet potato farm! The buildings are vintage warehouses approximately 50-75 years old with character on the inside and...
    City: Sunset
    829-A Napoleon Avenue Sunset, LA 70584
    A flea market/art gallery featuring antique and vintage furniture, including art deco, mid-century retro modern and primitive, collectables from each era, glassware, music albums, jewelry. Original...
    City: Sunset
    145 South Budd Street Sunset, LA 70584
    A train caboose, depot, railroad mail car and a ticket office have been restored to host guests with daily breakfast. Peruse the gift shop featuring local art, native crafts and La Caboose Jams and...
    City: Sunset
    402 South Main Street Sunset, LA 70584
    More than 10,000 square feet of treasures including antiques, glassware, china and more. Enjoy complimentary coffee and pastries in the morning. Home of Cajun Country antiques.
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    297 Pershing Highway Sunset, LA 70584
    A working glass studio showcasing fused glass art with items available for sale. Owner Charla Guidry, a native Cajun, has been working with stained glass since the 1990s and began fusing glass in...
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    819 Napoleon Avenue Sunset, LA 70584
    Artist Jerilyn LaVergne makes fused glass fish, masks, windchimes, garden stakes, framed art and much more. Each work she creates seems to have a story connected to her heart and a bit of wit....
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Sunset has always been known for its contributions to the agricultural industry as a leading producer of sweet potatoes. But today it is also known for a popular horticultural event, The Celebration of Herbs and Gardens. Held each May, the Sunset Garden Club hosts this daylong event. Seventy-five vendors display native plants, herbs, vegetable plants, yard art and herbal products. Another stop for plant lovers is La Caboose Bed & Breakfast, also home to La Caboose Jams and Jellies. Three acres surround the collection of restored train cars, now used as sleeping quarters and includes pecan trees, orchards, lush gardens of herbs and native flowers. Just on the outskirts of town and well worth the drive, is Chretien Point Plantation. Once the center of a 10,000 acre cotton plantation, this home’s history includes stories of the Civil War and a staircase that was replicated and used in Gone With the Wind!

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