Activities in Prairieville


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  • Houmas House Plantation and Gardens
    Looking for a quick bite to eat? Head on over to Darrow's Houmas House Plantation and Gardens. Calories take a backseat at Houmas House Plantation and Gardens, where low-fat anything is barred from the menu. Large groups will appreciate Houmas House Plantation and Gardens for its ability to seat them quickly. No need to be formal, business casual will pass. Throwing a big party? Count on Houmas House Plantation and Gardens to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. Houmas House Plantation and Gardens is conveniently close to a parking lot. Houmas House Plantation and Gardens is a bit of a splurge at around $50 to $75 for a meal.
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    40136 Highway 942
    Darrow, LA US
  • Ascension Community Theatre
    Ascension Community Theatre gathers gifted local actors and directors on the stage of the historic Pasqua Theater for acclaimed modern plays. The Pulitzer Prize–winning “Rabbit Hole,” directed by renowned Louisiana talent Mattie Olson, tells the tale of a family outlasting a major loss with elements of comedy flickering through the somber subject matter. Nicole Kidman was recently nominated for an Oscar for a film adaptation of the play, and Ascension’s staging shares the movie’s emotional complexity while swapping in real people for the holograms that take all but a few leading roles in most Hollywood films. Balcony seats unveil the best views in the historic Pasqua Theater.
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    823 N Felicity Ave
    Gonzales, LA US
  • Boniblu
    Handmade super frangranced cadles and bath & body products. Voted BEST scented candle in the metro area! by customers and visitors. Visit the Cajun Village for a very unique shopping experience. Restored Acadian buildings, quaint little boutique shoppes, thoughtful gifts that can't be found at the mall.
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    6473 Highway 22
    Sorrento, LA US
  • Pelican Point Golf Club
    Pelican Point merges British-style golf with Louisiana panache on a recently improved facility that houses two championship golf courses and two practice ranges. Built on 450 acres of a retired sugar-cane farm, the semiprivate golf club houses many obstacles, including wide bunkers, shot-blocking trees, and a wormhole that spits hapless golfers onto yard 100 of the driving range. Duos putt with precision on the championship-bermuda-grass greens of Pelican Point's premiere course, The Links, which enhances aim with up to 6,931 driving yards and a water hazard on nearly every hole. Golfers can also tee off at The Lakes course, which thwarts crooked shots with doglegs that meander through native Louisiana wildlife and wildflowers. Pelican Point observes a strict dress code at both courses, which requires clothing designed specifically for golf, such as collared shirts, golf-length shorts, and plaid brass knuckles.
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    6300 Championship Ct
    Gonzales, LA US

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