- TripBuzz found 38 things to do with kids in or near Thibodaux, Louisiana, including 30 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houma, Morgan City, Vacherie and Darrow.
- From Bayou Country Childrens Museum to Norman Swanner Dog Park, the Thibodaux area offers 52 different types of family activities, including: Colleges & Universities, Theaters, Children's Museums and Dog Park.
- The city of Thibodaux, located in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, is home to just under 15,000 residents. Nicknamed the 'Queen City of Lafourche' Thibodaux maintains historical roots in the American Civil War, as well as 28 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The city also boasts a strong art society and ever evolving community culture.
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Bayou Country Children's Museum provides children and adults with a fun and educational hands-on experience. The museum features an array of exhibits that teaches young visitors about the Cajun culture, food, agriculture, music and festivals.
Split into two separate fields, the 32,000 square foot Norman Swanner Dog Park is a favorite among local pet owners. The park features fenced in green grass areas, drinking water, walking trails and waste stations.
Thibodaux Recreation Department offers a wide selection of recreational activities including Youth Baseball, TREC-UP (Program for differently-abled youth and adults), Summer Youth Camp, Tiger Shark Swim Team, Yoga, Line Dancing Classes and Men's Basketball.
Founded relatively recently in 1948, Nicholls State University is a public university known for its variety of distance learning programs. The location, which features a library with 245,000 books, including 61,000 e-books, competes in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision.
Offering visitors an inside glimpse of life in the bayou, E. D. White Historic Site is historic Creole building originally created in Greek Revival architecture. The site hosts field trips where visitors can learn about the history of E.D White.
Established in 1960, the Thibodaux Playhouse is a non-profit and volunteer run community theater hosting a number of plays and performances to the local community. These performances are put on by local residents with a love for the creative arts.
An entertainment center featuring three main activities, The Ball Park offers five batting cages, an 18-hole miniature golf course and a water balloon launching station. The park includes arcade video games, concessions and a room for parties and events.