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Chateau des Cocodries
See live alligators! Chateau des Cocodries (House of Alligators) is located in the Louisiana Oil and Gas Park, I-10, Exit 64. Alligators live from 50 to 60 years. Males from up to 12 feet and weigh between 450 to 500 pounds.

Louisiana Oil and Gas Park
Since 1901, Jennings, Louisiana has been known as the "Cradle of Louisiana Oil". The 31-acre Louisiana Oil and Gas Park offers picnicking, a jogging/walking trail and fishing in 11 acre lake, in addition to a replica of Louisiana's first oil derrick. an authentic Cajun cottage houses the tourist information center.

The Strand
1939 Art Deco movie theatre. Restored in 1992. Located in the heart of the historic downtown district. Home to A Block Off Broadway theatre troupe. Tours by appointment.

Zigler Museum
A distinctive collection of European master, American fine art and wildlife dioramas housed in a turn of the century colonial structure.

W. H. Tupper Museum
Modern times are checked at the front door. You are surrounded by sights, sounds and ambiance of the original general store, operated in rural Jeff Davis Parish from 1910-1949.

The Louisiana Telephone Pioneer Museum
Features 10 exhibits, including hundreds of pieces of equipment, tools and telephones spanning more than 100 years of telephone service, located the historic downtown district.
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