- Date & Time
- Every Wednesday Weekly & Every Thursday Weekly & Every Friday Weekly from 03/21/2018 to 05/23/2018 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
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- see below
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Cruise into the past and join National Park Service rangers for a special voyage on Bayou Lafourche, the waterway nicknamed "the longest street in the world."
All tours cast off from the dock behind the Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center at 314 St. Mary Street in Thibodaux and travel to the E.D. White Historic Site, birthplace of U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Edward Douglas White. Bonus: enjoy a cooking demonstration by a local cook who's "Cajun born and raised" and who'll share the authentic tastes of Cajun country like coffee with chicory, cornbread, and real sugarcane syrup. Tickets cost $10 (cash or check only). Tours leave the center at 10:00 a.m. and return at noon.
Reservations are required; call 985-448-1375. Tours are limited to 20 people (minimum of eight). Tour participants should dress for a day in the sun and arrive by 9:30 a.m. Group boat tours are available by reservation; call the center for more information. Note that tours happen when weather permits. No tours on federal holidays when Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center is closed.