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The Weather in Lafayette Parish
This is the climate diagram in Lafayette Parish. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
First-rate culture with a vacation home in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana
Lafayette Parish is situated near to the coast, and boasts great cultural attractions like Acadian Village and the Cajundome. New Orleans is also just down the road, and makes for an exciting day trip.
Travel back in time
While you're in Lafayette Parish, a trip to Acadian Village is a must. The 32-acre site recreates a typical 1800s Cajun village. Wander around seven authentic homes donated by families whose ancestors occupied them, and learn about the ingenuity of the people who built them. Each home is carefully restored in period style. The village also hosts festivals and special events, including traditional Christmas lighting displays.
Family learning and leisure in Lafayette Parish
Lafayette Science Museum is an exciting attraction where the whole family can learn more about the natural laws of our world, through interactive exhibits. As well as an array of dinosaur skeletons, you'll find an excellent planetarium, in which kids can marvel at the mysteries of outer space.
Cajundome is another family entertainment hub, where you can enjoy concerts, special events, and sports games. Catch international pop acts, a nail-biting basketball game, or the acrobatic antics of Cirque de Soleil. The building itself is an impressive sight to behold too, and you'll find food stalls dotted throughout.
Art, jazz, and more in New Orleans
Reachable in two hours, New Orleans is a hub for arts and culture. Wander through Jackson Square in the French Quarter, discover eclectic artifacts at the Backstreet Cultural Museum, and view world-class paintings, sculpture, and photography at the Museum of Southern Art.
February and March see the city explode in a riot of color and music for Mardi Gras - prepare for madcap costumes and floats at this city-sized celebration. New Orleans Jazz Fest in April is another high point in the calendar, being an internationally-famed celebration of jazz music.
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