It's free to view Donald Judd's concrete boxes in the large grounds of the gallery, but it's definitely worth viewing the aluminium boxes in the refurbished artillery halls, which he is most famous for.
As you'd expect from a worldwide brand, the factory tour is slick and well thought out, taking you past actual production of Tabasco. The museum is interesting and the shop has a mind boggling array of branded products if Tabasco boxers are your bag. But apart from all of that, the story of Avery Island and the families that made it their home is the real star of the show, along with the drive through the Jungle Gardens.
A great trip with really good people. Yes, it's standard tourist fare, but these guys seemed flexible if you wanted different times, size of boat etc, so might be worth asking if you are looking for a different experience other than just attracting alligators and looking at the bayou.
Really enjoyable experience, with loads of great birds, manatees, bear, hippo, large cats and exotics, in a well laid out park.
An easy walk to the look out and well worth the short drive to find the Sanctuary. It's unmanned, so leave a donation at the entrance.
A very well stocked garden centre in a lovely setting.
You only need to look at those beers lined up to know this is worth a visit!
Wonderful inside, but may be worth checking on permission on arrival.
Pearls was an absolute joy at the end of trip around New England and I couldn't recommend it more.
Ray, the owner, was a welcoming and very interesting host. Along with the polite and enthusiastic staff, it seems they can do no wrong.
Pearls is spread across three large New England style house with a garden adjoining all. Each house has its own style of art and furnishings, making this ideal for small or quite large parties.
Breakfast was lovingly crafted by the chef - or even by Ray himself, if you are lucky. Rooms are equipped with irons, hair dryers, tv, fridge etc.
All that, as well as being situated right in the thick of it in Newport on the first road in the USA to have installed gas lamps as street lights - which still operate today.
Wonderful effort by the locals that maintain the bridge.