St. Bernard Parish: Chalmette Battlefield and more

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We’d like to sweet talk you into delicious fun! Experience St. Bernard just 5 miles from downtown New Orleans. A savory excursion along the historic San Bernardo National Scenic Byway will provide a delectable
lesson in our history. Begin your adventure at the Visitor Center in the Old Arabi Historic District to pick up your complimentary gift. Your journey will take you past historic plantations, the Domino Sugar Refinery
which has been refining in St. Bernard for 103 years, and through a breathtaking quarter mile stretch of canopied oak trees. Visit the Chalmette Battlefield, site of the Battle of New Orleans, and stroll through an Antebellum
home along the Mississippi River. Sweeten your journey at the Los Isleños Museum & Village, the last vestige of Spanish Colonial Louisiana. Enjoy lunch at one of our many local restaurants offering a variety of fresh South
Louisiana favorites.

St. Bernard offers the best inshore fishing anywhere! Cast off in pristine marsh lands teeming with wildlife that are not only the gateway to fantastic fishing, but a built-in nature tour. Hopedale, Delacroix and Shell Beach
are legendary names that spark excitement in anyone that has ever put a rod in their hand. The action will be fast and furious and you’ll likely want to quit before the fish do. Primary targets are redfish and speckled trout,
but you’ll also encounter other species such as flounder, sheepshead and black drum.

Address: 409 Aycock Street, Arabi, 70032
Hours: Visitor Center open 8:30am-4:30pm
Website: www.visitstbernard.com
Phone: 504-278-4242

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