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My kids and I had a blast at the Cultural Center. I absolutely love the deck on the bayou and the ducks that hang around. We went inside and we were very impressed with all the history in this small place. They have a great...More
It was an off season day and wrote a letter. I have been several other times for my kids. I have been here for plays and cajun music. This place is so essential in cajun heritage and recommend this to any local or visitor.
The national park service rangers here show their love of and knowledge of the area, the moment you come through the door. The exhibit area is small but very thoughtfully done and the Cajun (Acadian) history is something we should have learned in school and...More
If you want a quick, easy overview of Acadian history, is this small quiet town, then this is the place to go. Friendly, helpful Rangers on hand and a good selection of free 30-45 minute films about Acadia, enough to suit all tastes. No entry...More
This is a great little free National Parks museum on French Acadian "Cajun" history and culture. They have a choice of films: the 45 min one on Acadia is excellent and tells how the Cajun people arrived and there is one on the war of...More
we learned so much about this aspect of canadian history which was glossed over during my school years. so much stuff and the wall to wall displays were well set up. so much cajun information, ranger are well informed.
This is not your typical National Park, but don't be fooled by that. The rangers are kind and the inside museum is very informative and gives you a break from the heat. Check out one of the bayou boat tours and there are even camps/classes...More
We had visited this site before, but we made a return visit to get the Atchafalya National Heritage Area Passport Book stamp. There is an excellent video presentation regarding the historical relocation of Canadian French by the English in 1700's to Louisiana. Check it out.