- Our list of the best things to do in New Iberia, Louisiana, features the top 57 nearby activities — including 28 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- New Iberia, LA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of New Iberia, LA , followed by 44 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lafayette, Breaux Bridge, St. Martinville, Broussard, Henderson and Scott
Located along the famous Bayou Teche, the Evangeline State Park acts as a representation of the cultural interplay among the diverse groups who formerly made the area their home. The site currently has a reproduction Acadian Farmstead that indicates how a single-family farm would look in the 1800s.
With high emphasis on local support, Red Stick Farmer's Market has been connecting local farmers and urban customers. It is a producer-only market that supports both the local food service industry and the everyday shopper.
95% 39 votes
1200 North Main St, St. Martinville, LA MoreLess Info
Founded in 1934, the Longfellow Evangeline State Historic Site is the oldest park site in Louisiana. It covers 157 acres and has on its site several structures designated national landmarks.
91% 43 votes
615 Hwy 93 N, Scott, LA 70583 MoreLess Info
Operating since 1986, the Best Stop Supermarket is a family-run store which offers a wide range of traditional cajun foods including boudin, choudin and more.
87% 125 votes
10503 N. Oak Hills Parkway, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 MoreLess Info
The rather extensive 103-acre facility of the Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center is an integral institution dedicated to the education, conservation, and recreation of the Louisiana swamps. Live animal exhibits, natural artifacts, and photographic presentations are housed in the main building while there are paths …
The Acadian culture is brought to life in the Acadian Village. A showcase of authentic homes and buildings have been restored along the bayou that are filled with period antiques, and Zydeco jam sessions with free-for-all dancing are held on weekends with good weather.