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Top 10 Louisiana attractions.
New Orleans, LA
Bourbon Street is the cultural epicenter of Louisiana. Coming from a great tradition of popular culture which emerged from the great golden age of jazz, the street is a smorgasbord of restaurants, shops, galleries, music and nightclubs. Some of the most famous venues in the state are located along the way, and stunning Louisiana architecture will delight visitors of all ages.
New Orleans, LA
Beads being thrown from balconies, crowds of fun-seekers from around the world, and music and festivities that are unparalleled – these are just some of the things which await guests visiting Louisiana to partake in what just may be the world's biggest party. Every year on the Saturday before Lent, New Orleans and the world come here to celebrate, and we know you'll want to, too.
Old Ferry Landing in Port Allen
Port Allen, LA
Baton Rouge is one of the flattest cities in America, and Old Ferry Landing in Port Allen provides a clear, unimpeded view of its stunning skyline. Located across the river from the city of Baton Rouge, you'll experience the other side of this city from an area which is quickly becoming a most attractive metropolitan venue. Old benches and dated light fixtures complete the historic picture.
Red River District
Located in downtown Shreveport, you'll find this district underneath the Texas Street Bridge. Don't be surprised by its quaint size – the district is home to a vast array of attractions which cater to guests of all ages. From comedy clubs to amazing music and more, the district is Shreveport's pride and joy. Dine at a five-star restaurant and experience the good life in Louisiana, only at Shreveport's Red River District.
Louisiana State Museum
Shreveport, LA 71109
3015 Greenwood Road
This museum is renowned for its large murals which depict the history of Louisiana. But once you view these gargantuan of art, you'll want to head to the museum's other trappings, which include frescoes and extremely detailed dioramas, all with pertinence to the state's early history.
Some of the most well-known attractions in the state of Louisiana are its swamplands, which sprawl throughout the state in an interesting display of some of the most unique landscapes known to the entire country. Experience the beautiful tranquility of the Louisiana swamps at the hands of experts who know their waterways in and out, and you'll be amazed at the natural trappings, both living and geological, which await you.
New Orleans, LA
Often called one of the most charming areas in the US, this district is located in the heart of New Orleans. Originally the site of New Orleans's downtown area, the Quarter is now a stunning display of some of the country's most authentically preserved architecture. Dating back to post-revolutionary years, the sights and sounds of the Quarter are something you won't want to miss out on.
Louisiana Arts and Science Museum
Baton Rouge, LA
100 South River Road
This museum just enjoyed one of the most robust renovations in the history of museums, which has resulted in, among other things, the addition of a Planetarium. Explore the world of art and science at the museum, which provides static and interactive exhibits which will indulge the senses of guests of all ages. Afterwards, view the heavens through the planetarium's unparalleled lenses.
Louisiana State University Campus
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Perhaps the perfect place to begin your tour of Baton Rouge, this campus is in a beautiful location which is home to many historic sites. View its famous Greek-style amphitheatre, where some of the most interesting theatre in the state is hosted, or visit a real Indian burial mounds, kept carefully preserved under the campus' academic doctrine.
White Castle, LA 70788
30970 Highway 405
Dating back to the year of 1859, this Louisiana plantation is a lavishly constructed and perfectly restored example of 'steamboat gothic' architecture. Exemplifying the mode of the day, its extravagant construction nearly exhausted the financial pool of its owner, but it stands to this day as an ode to glorious times past.
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