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Shaw Center for the Arts

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This arts facility houses the Louisiana State University (LSU) Museum of Art, the LSU Museum Store, the Manship Theatre, Hartley/Vey...

St. John the Evangelist Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This Dutch Romanesque structure with Byzantine touches was completed in 1916 (construction began in 1912). In the cemetery behind the...

St. Martin de Tours

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The mother church of the Acadians and one of the country's oldest Catholic churches, this 1836 building was erected on the site of an...

St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This fine Romanesque Revival building built in 1915 has stunning stained-glass windows. ...

State Capitol Building

  • Government Building

This building has housed the offices of the governor and the Legislature since 1932. It is a testament to the personal influence of legendary...

Tabasco Factory

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

Tabasco was invented by Edmund McIlhenny in the mid-1800s, and the factory is still presided over by the McIlhenny family. Tabasco is...

The Myrtles

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A 110-foot gallery with Wedgwood-blue cast-iron grillwork makes a lovely setting for the weddings and receptions frequently held at the...

USS Kidd & Veterans Memorial Museum

  • Nautical Site/Lighthouse

This World War II survivor has been restored to its V-J Day configuration. A self-guided tour covers more than 50 inner spaces of the...

Vermilion Parish Tourist Commission

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You can pick up information about the town of Abbeville and the entire parish at the Vermillion Parish Tourist Commission. Many buildings...


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Directly behind the Acadian Cultural Center, this living-history village re-creates the early life of the region's Creoles, Cajuns, and...