Visit Thibodaux in Lafourche Parish
Thibodaux is a haven for exiled Acadians from Nova Scotia, Thibodaux celebrates its Cajun heritage, showcased at Jean Lafitte Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center where you can experience Cajun music jam sessions on Monday nights. Thibodaux nightlife is abundant especially in the downtown Main Street Community which also boasts quaint shops and Thibodaux restaurants.
Dining throughout the area is an eclectic blend of local Cajun, fresh seafood and steak, quick-service, and international fare. Visitors can dine and take afternoon cooking classes at student-run Bistro Ruth. History buffs won’t be able to resist touring Laurel Valley Village, the largest and most intact remaining sugar plantation in the U.S., or visiting the home of Edward Douglas White, Louisiana’s only Supreme Court Justice.