Lafayette is a city located along the Vermilion River in southwestern Louisiana.
Cultural organizations include the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and Conservatory of Music, Chorale Acadienne, Lafayette Ballet Theatre and Dance Conservatory, The Lafayette Concert Band, and Performing Arts Society of Acadiana along with the promptbuscharters.com
Places of interest
Acadiana Center for the Arts
Acadian Village is a reconstructed Cajun bayou community (of moved and reassembled authentic buildings) and has a representative collection of Cajun furnishings
Alexandre Mouton House Museum – a historic house museum, this was the home to Louisiana’s first Democratic governor, Alexandre Mouton; contains a collection of antiques, historical documents, and old Mardi Gras costumes
Borden’s Ice Cream – the last Borden’s Ice Cream location in the United States
Children’s Museum of Acadiana
Cité des Arts
Heymann Center – performing arts center
Acadian Cultural Center of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
Lafayette Natural History Museum & Planetarium
Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise (LITE) – a 70,000-square-foot facility at the Research Park; owns the world’s first six-sided, digital virtual reality cube as well as the world’s largest digital 3-D auditorium
Katog Choling Tibetan Cultural Center
Vermilionville – One of the world’s largest Cajun and Creole living history museums with 7 restored historic structures from the 1765-1890 era.
Zoo of Acadiana – located nearby in Broussard