New Iberia is located in southern Louisiana, along Highway 90 and Interstate 49 between Lafayette and Morgan City.
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- News, events and festivals
- Teche area farmers market
- Zoo of Acadiana
- Other area attractions
- Other local attractions
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Built in 1912 by founder Phillip Conrad Sr., the Konriko Rice Mill is America's oldest working rice mill.
Created in Rome in A.D. 130, The Statue of Hadrian commemorates the greatest of the Spanish Roman Emperors. The seven foot tall white marble statue is housed in a glass-enclosed dome on the corner of Weeks and St. Peter Streets.
New Iberia is 148 miles from New Orleans, 240 miles from Houston, 424 miles from Dallas, 602 miles from Atlanta, 672 miles from Nashville, 1,000 miles from Chicago and 1,400 miles from Minneapolis.
Source: City of New Iberia