- 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
96% 27 votes
corner of Vermilion and Jefferson streets, Lafayette, LA MoreLess Info
If you're looking for a glamorous night out the theater, The Acadiana Center for the Arts is the best place to start. See elegant ballets, classics such as Wuthering Heights, and beautiful music including the Ahn Trio.
Enjoy interactive displays about the food, music, and overall culture of the area at the Bayou Teche Museum. Take a trip down the salt mine, watch informative videos, and learn about the Antebellum history among many other activities.
86% 72 votes
1905 Verot School Rd, Lafayette, LA 70508 MoreLess Info
Cajun country is filled with many adventures that can be accessed through Pastor Brothers Cajun Excursions. Popular tour options include learning how to Cajun dance, sampling unique Canjun foods, sunset swamp cruises, and cocktail cruises along the bayou.
As the old housing the former governors, The Old Governor's Mansion is a historic building filled with crystal chandeliers, marble staircases, and grand pianos. Visitors can learn about its history on a group tour.
84% 49 votes
444 Cajundome Blvd., Lafayette, LA 70506 MoreLess Info
Located in Lafayette, Louisiana, the Cajundome & Convention Center is a football arena, sports park and concert venue. As one of the largest venues in Louisiana, the Cajundome & Convention Center regularly hosts international musical stars.
The Lafayette Science Museum serves as a combination museum and planetarium. There are over 1,000 paintings, prints, and sculptures from Louisiana artists contained in the art-based collections and regularly changing programs in the planetarium.
The Louisiana Art & Science Museum is located in a historic railroad depot on the banks of the Mississippi River. The art galleries feature many permanent exhibits of fine art while the science exhibits include ancient Egyptian artifacts, Planetarium, and more.