- Our list of the best things to do in St. Martinville, Louisiana, features the top 57 nearby activities — including 28 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- St. Martinville, 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 9 things to do within the city of St. Martinville, LA , followed by 48 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lafayette, New Iberia, Breaux Bridge, Broussard, Henderson and Scott
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111 1st Street, Morgan City, LA 70380 MoreLess Info
Located on an offshore drilling rig, International Petroleum Museum & Exposition provides educational exhibits on the history of the petroleum industry. The museum offers one hour tours of the rig where visitors can learn about it's Cajun background.
At the Mall of Louisiana, guests will have the opportunity to shop at locations like Sears, JCPenney, and Macy's. Visitors of the site can also watch movies at the AMC movie theatre, which features fifteen screens.
Jettco Marine Services is a marine transportation company that operates three offshore supply vessels that range in size form 170-feet to 200-feet in length. The company leases the vessels for oil and gas drilling purposes.
93% 14 votes
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.
63% 8 votes
9829 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge, LA 70816 MoreLess Info
Providing entertainment for all ages, All Star Lanes is more than a bowling center. Along with bowling leagues for both youth and adults, the facility is equipped with a snack bar and an outdoor miniature golf course.
100% 15 votes
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.