Youngsville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Breweries. Discover best things to do in Youngsville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Youngsville
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We enjoy trying local beers, so we definitely liked Parish Brewery. We really liked some of their beers and also bough a crowler. It was quiet when we were there in the early afternoon. The bartender was friendly and talked to us about the different styles that had on tap.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
What a fabulous tour....the house and grounds were exquisite. Our house docent was period dressed which added to the enjoyment of the information she shared with us. The grounds had suffered from a recent storm but some of the camellias survived and were beautiful. I really enjoyed the groves of bamboo and and they had many different species. I was really intrigued by the story of the nearby oil field fracking into the salt dome which flooding it and caused the collapse of the then owner's nearby house. It was amazing they actually had a film showing the collapse. Highly recommend.
5 based on 1 reviews
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED: Please call prior to confirm a tour is departing at a scheduled time. Swamp Tour Times: 8am, 9:30am, 11am, 1pm, 4pm, 6pm Located in Breaux Bridge near Lafayette, LA, Champagne's Cajun Swamp Tours guided eco boat rides offer insight into Lake Martin's swamp, St. Martin Parish's hidden jewel. Please call for reservation because tour times vary. This professionally guided swamp tour will take you safely through cypress trees and tupelo gum trees draped in Spanish moss. This swamp is home to 205 different species of birds, and inhabits some of the largest alligators you will ever see up close and personal! We are open year round, 7 days a week. We are the only swamp tour at Lake Martin to provide indoor air-conditioned clean restrooms, souvenir shop, including cold drinks, hot dogs, sandwiches, nachos, ice cream, and New Orleans' snowballs! Outdoor covered deck provides seating areas overlooking the water, inside seating areas with A/C, big screen TVs - just to name a few amenities. Come hang out with us for an afternoon and join us on a Cajun Swamp Tour that you will remember for years to come! We can accommodate large groups. Photographers, bring your cameras!
Our tour guide was Jonathan. He was very knowledgeable about all of the plants and animals we saw. We saw lots of alligators and many different birds. It was a beautiful day and Jonathan provided not only an educational experience but also an entertaining one. We’ll be back!
5 based on 1 reviews
Home of Egg Sculpture. Ocean's 12 Egg, Smirnoff Vodka Egg on display. Sculpture Art recognized by Forbes Magazine. Recognized world wide as America's pre-imminent enamel sculptures in the style of Faberge. Fifteen minutes from Acadiana Mall. Open daily by reservation, free admission, eight per group max. Call ahead.
simply beautiful, the detail is amazing. I would go again should I be in town. its a must go see. Enjoy !
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Beautiful area created by a levy which serves to keep the water in the Lake Martin area. Lots of alligators, birds, and open area.
5 based on 140 reviews
Called Mr. LeBlanc to schedule day and time for our tour. Beautiful day to tour Lake Martin with three couples from France, a couple from PA, and two Mississippians. LeBlanc sat the four "English" in the back and the six French in the middle and front. He spoke in French and English during the tour. I noticed that it took a shorter amount of time to tell it in English. We saw many alligators sunning on logs. They feed at night and rest during the day. Turtles, birds, ducks, and snakes were also seen. We made one stop to taste his peach moonshine and see the publications he's been featured in. Mr. LeBlanc has been in the US and French National Geographic. Recently I saw him in a Toyota commercial. A photographer gets bitten by a snake in the swamp, jumps in his SUV, and goes to find help. He finds three guys by a boat and Norbert tells him in French that it's not poisonous.
3.5 based on 106 reviews
Ten miles south of New Orleans, this zoo has over 750 exotic animals.
The animals were incredibly sad. The cages were not nearly large enough for them. Most of the animals were alone and so sad. These animals need to be treated so much better. Ugh I can't express my anger on how horrible this was.
4.5 based on 336 reviews
This quasi-Romanesque brick cathedral in Lafayette is worth a look.
Attended a wedding on the 30th of December! Cathedral was absolutely beautifully decorated seasonal decor. It was breath taking and so festive. The celebrant did a fantastic job. His homily and message for the newlyweds was so personalable and sincere. He had a beautiful voice as he sang acapella.
5 based on 595 reviews
Trip advisor Hall of Fame member does eco-swamptours through picturesque cypress/tupelo swamp. See a variety of swamp wildlife such as alligators,egrets,herons,turtles,etc. Owner is native cajun with college degrees in Zoology and Botany.
Excellent tour. Lake Martin is very beautiful and concentrates lots of different landscapes (swamp, marsh, open water) in a small area. Tour was 2 hour-long with a fun guy named Shawn who told jokes AND let us enjoy the silence and beauty of the place. One of our best memories of Louisiana and definitely our best swamp tour. Service was also impeccable, thank you Shelly!
4.5 based on 183 reviews
This center teaches the history of the Acadian peoples and their tragic history and eventual triumphs in the new world. It was history that I never was taught in school, but should have been. The introductory film is a good start but the museum adds a great deal to the film. My daughter did the junior ranger program here and we all learned a great deal from it. The staff here is friendly and very helpful. Highly recommend stopping here
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