Houma is home to more than 33,000 people and is the seat of Terrebonne Parish. It is also the only single in the parish and you can certainly go on a vacation here on a bus charter in Houma, Louisiana.
A bus charter in Houma, Louisiana can help you tour the following places:
See the Acadian Deportation Cross Monument that is part of 10 monuments that depict the journey of the exiled Acadians. The city's monument is the first in the country. You should also check out the Downtown Art Gallery 630, where you can view and buy artworks done by local artists. You can also go to the Terrebonne Folklife Culture Center, which aims to preserve Cajun culture through cooking, dancing, decoy carving, and crafts classes.
Visit the Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum, which tells you about the culture of the parish. You should also visit the Regional Military Museum and the Southdown Plantation and Terrebonne Museum.
The city has several festivals all year round. Join the Mardi Gras in Houma and enjoy the parades, floats, marching bands, costumes and trinkets! Or join the yearly Southern Louisiana Boat Show, the Annual Chauvin Folk Art Festival, the Independence Day Parade, the Fall Pops Concert, Best of the Bayou Festival, and the Voice of the Wetlands Festival, among many others.
If you are in the city in November, you can check out the Southdown Marketplace Arts and Crafts Festival where you could buy the best gifts, artworks and handicrafts. At any time of the year, you can head out to the Martin Luther King Boulevard Shopping District where you could find big name and specialty retailers. Or go to the St. Charles Shopping District where you can find a wide variety of shops. Then there's Southland Mall too with 600,000 sq. ft. of space for 74 stores and restaurants. Also, check out the best restaurants in the city, including Osaka Japanese Steakhouse, French Loaf the Restaurant, Milano, Cristiano Ristorante, Big Mike's BBQ Smokehouse, 1921 Seafood, Sarah's Mediterranean Cuisine, Firehouse Subs, Nancy's Seafood Shack, and A-Bear's Restaurant.
There are three golf courses you can play in Houma: Southern Oaks Golf Club, Colonial Acres Golf Course, and Ellendale Country Club.
There are several nationally registered historic sites in the city, including the Ardoyne Plantation House, Herman Albert Cook House, Houma Elementary School, Houma Historic District, Orange Grove Plantation House, and Southdown Plantation, among others. Tour them all on a bus charter in Houma, Louisiana.
Houma has a lot of fishing spots that you can go to. Check out the city's many marinas, boat charters, and fishing destinations. Then you could also visit Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge or Wildlife Gardens.
Houma is the home of the History Channel television show Swamp People, and there are several swamp tour that you can go on in the city. You can see exotic wildlife, a variety of plants and flowers, and other natural features on boats, airboats, and other wetland tours.
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