Comfort Inn & Suites
1636 Saint Mary Street
Scott, LA 70583
Phone: (337) 706-8128
Fax: (337) 706-8213
Cypress Lake is the best-known landmark on the USL campus. Shaded by feathery cypress branches hung with Spanish moss, the lake is home to crawfish, fish, turtles, frogs and several alligators.
This cathedral was built in the Dutch Romanesque style. The Cathedral grounds include a 500 year old oak tree and cemetary dating from 1821, while the museum chronicles the parish history through artifacts, documents and memorabilia.
Even if you are not planning on using the research facilities, stop by and check the changing exhibits in the library lobby. The library is one of the best sources of information on subjects relating to Cajun and Creole cultures, the oil industry, local history, genealogy and more.
Girard Park is a city park that offers something for everyone and disappoints none. Plethora of activities ensure that you aren't bored and have a wide array to choose from. Outdoor pool, basketball/tennis courts, walking trails, a separate playground for kids and much more awaits you here. And, for those who are not much into sports, the park has a lovely pond and endless stretches of lawns, where you can simply indulge in people watching or read your favorite book. Truly, Girard Park is a perfect spot for the entire family to spend a fun-filled Sunday afternoon.
Truly a Cajun and Creole history lesson. Listen to music, taste baked goods and learn from craftsmen about long ago arts.
The center is among the best places to learn history and folkways of Cajun and black Creoles in the region. They have displays on Cajun music, food and traditional pursuits.
This family fun center offers go-karts, kiddie karts, bumper boats, mini-golf, batting cages, water wars, a huge game room, inside playground, private party rooms, and food, featuring fresh baked Perky's Pizza.
One of five St. Martin Parish library branches, Breaux Bridge Branch Library is open Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and until 5:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Parc des Ponts, also known as the Park of the Bridges, is a narrow green space along Bayou Teche. There is a model of a Civil War-era bridge moored on the waterfront, useful for picnics, fishing or relaxing.
A pilgrimage site for South Louisiana music lovers from around the world. Vintage instruments hang from the ceiling and racks of 45-RPM records cover one wall. The store was opened in 1949 by Jay Miller, Louisiana's first record man.
In this district, there are 200+ structures on the National Historic Register. Stay entertained with frequent Gospel, Cajun and Country music shows. Special events such as the Rice, Julyfete and Mardi Gras festivities are held here.
Experience the thrill of skimming the Louisiana waterways with the wind in your hair.