- The list below includes 53 free or cheap things to do in or near Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, including 45 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Lake, Parks and Bridges.
- From Lake Martin to Breaux Bridge Area Chamber of Commerce, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Breaux Bridge and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lafayette, New Iberia, St. Martinville and Opelousas.
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660 N. 4th St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 MoreLess Info
Located in the state's capitol, the Louisiana State Museum Baton Rouge is a repository of historical artifacts and documents. It emphasizes the role of the French and early American influences in the region's development.
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Adjacent to the State Capitol 900 State Capital Drive, Baton Rouge, LA MoreLess Info
The historic Old Arsenal Museum is an educational museum that contains exhibits about the history of the State Capitol grounds and the historic powder magazine. The museum is open from Tuesday through Saturday.
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.
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.
Within Baton Rouge, the Louisiana State Capitol building features striking art deco design with a large-scale Memorial Hall and exquisitely furnished Senate and House chambers. The Observation Deck on the 27th floor overlooks the city at a height of 350 feet with plenty of scenic views.
Grab your furry family member and head to Raising Cane's Dog Park. Your little guy can run around in the several acres of fenced in property. There are two watering stations for a thirsty pup, and a separate area for the little dogs.
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20978 Port Hickey Road, Zachary, LA 70791 MoreLess Info
Port Hudson National Cemetery, in addition to the Port Hudson Battlefield, is a historic landmark located on the Louisiana African American Heritage Trail. It contains the graves of many Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the American Civil War.
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311 North Main, Jennings, LA 70546 MoreLess Info
Initially a general merchandise store in 1910, Tupper Museum today, features a wide range of vintage merchandise which offer an insight into the rural life of early 20th century Louisiana.
Functioning as the gallery and studio of a local Louisiana artist, Herschel Harrington, Harrington Gallery features a collection of his work in a historic 1830s building. Many of his paintings utilize oil and acrylic mediums with themes of nature.