Family Fun in Louisiana
Louisianan’s have a family ethos that is all inclusive across the generations with an abundance of attractions and activities to be enjoyed throughout the state of Louisiana as a family. Something for everyone with soft adventure, state of the art interactive museums, haunted history walking tours, air boat rides through the bayous and music to cross generations, all creating memories of a wonderful family holiday for generations to come. For a complete list of family fun in Louisiana visit the states website or email us if you would like an information pack.
City Sightseeing New Orleans is the newest way to explore the Big Easy via open-top double-decker buses. The tours stop at major attractions including Jackson Square, the French Market, the Audubon Insectarium, the National World War II Museum, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Bourbon Sreet, Basin Street Station and Mardi Gras World.
Bayou Teche Experience now offers paddle hires and guide services on the 135-mile bayou, the Atchafalaya Basin and other St. Martin Parish and regional waterways. Located at 317 East Bridge Street in downtown Breaux Bridge. It is open daily and the gift shop sells kayaking supplies. For more information visit BayouTecheExperience.com.
The newly opened Pintail Wildlife Drive Boardwalk offers stunning views of the marshlands of Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge. The boardwalk features expanded areas ideal for photography and viewing in locations known for waterfowl. The walk also provides several free viewing scopes and an interpretive kiosk at the entrance. The boardwalk is located at 1428 Highway 27 near Bell City. For more information visit CreoleNatureTrail.org.
The Art Shop in Lake Charles, Louisiana, now offers bicycle rentals for touring more than 40 blocks of the city's architechturally rich Charpentier Historic District. Bikes are available in a variety of styles and prices and include locks, helmets and maps of the area. The Art Shop is located at 706 Ryan Street.
Kayak Rentals now offers an up-close way to experience the Calcasieu River near Lake Charles. Paddlers can travel from the West Fork to Sam Houston Jones State Park, where you will find picnic, pavillion and restroom facilities. A variety of kayaks are available and prices include support gear and transportation to a drop-off location. Rentals are available every day.