The Glenn F. Pope Memorial Park is a great place to spend some time in the sun. A winding path makes its way around the park, making this a popular choice amongst joggers and those looking to enjoy a leisurely stroll.
Annie Miller's Son's Swamp and Marsh Tours company is your perfect guide to the take you through the marsh and swamplands of Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge. Led by Annie Miller's son, you get a chance to tour the swamps and canals on the tour boat and you hear about interesting facts about the region and the wildlife that includes alligators, nutrias, snakes, herons, egrets, owls, etc. Call for reservations and more information.
Regional Military Museum is a museum which is dedicated to the army and veterans of the USA. The museum has several exhibits which are still in functional condition. Army veterans who are volunteers at the museum interact with visitors regarding their experiences in the army.
Downtown Art Gallery 630 gives a chance to amateurs to showcase their works. The Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild established it to encourage young artists and art students. Today, professionals display their art here as well.
Terrebonne Folklife Culture Center is a museum which works to preserve the Cajun culture. To this end, the center provides visitors with classes in how to dance and cook according to Cajun culture as well as Cajun crafts and how to do decoy duck carving.
One of Houma’s staple music venues, The Brick House is located in downtown, along Main Street. An excellent place to discover local music talent, The Brick House is abuzz with performances all week long. The venue also plays host to popular national artists, like Alien Ant Farm, now and then. So, do call to plan your visit.
Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum is situated on the banks of River Bayou Terrebonne. It narrates the role of water in shaping fishing communities and developing other water-related commercial activities in coastal Louisiana.