Port Allen

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Port Allen sits across the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge, but the mighty waterway does more to unite the two neighbors than separate them. As home to the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, the city is the northernmost deepwater terminal on the Mississippi and a busy crossroads with cargo moving from barges and trains to ocean-going vessels. Port Allen's Mississippi Riverfront Development park offers panoramic views of the Capital City's skyline along a pedestrian promenade lined with architectural features and ornamental lighting. The city's important location has fueled its rich industrial and cultural history, which are showcased at the West Baton Rouge Museum complex with its 1830s-era Aillet House and collection of slave cabins. Tour the Railroad Depot Museum with restored caboose and exhibits on 1940s railroad life; come to Sugarfest in October or the Lagniappe Dulcimer Fete Festival, a celebration of handmade musical instruments each March, draws travelers nationwide.

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    City: Port Allen
    124 S Alexander Ave. Port Allen, LA 70767
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    2880 N. Westport Dr. Port Allen, LA 70767
    Just off Interstate 10 and conveniently located to Baton Rouge, the Comfort Suites® hotel is only four miles from Louisiana State University. This Port Allen hotel is minutes from the Hollywood...
    City: Port Allen
    2750 N. Westport Dr. Port Allen, LA 70767
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    West Baton Rouge Tourist Information & Conference Center Port Allen, LA 70767
    West Baton Rouges with location off I-10, brand new hotel properties among the great accommodations. Our proximity to New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Cajun Country make us the perfect hub to explore...
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    1819 Court Port Allen, LA 70767
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    2880 N Westport Drive Port Allen, LA 70767
    Refrigerator/Microwave, hair dryer, iron, coffee maker in each room, exercise room, high speed internet, pool, laundry, business center, free local calls, complimentary breakfast.
    City: Port Allen
    3051 Louisiana Highway 1 South Port Allen, LA 70767
    Conveniently located just minutes from downtown Baton Rouge, the Magnuson Hotel Port Allen provides great lodging at a great price less than three miles from Louisiana State University. Our hotel...
    City: Port Allen
    12219 North Palmer Lane Port Allen, LA 70767
    5 Acadian Style Cottages 1 Bedroom Fully Furnished, HDTV, WIFI, Washer/Dryer in each cottage All Utilities, Linens & Cooking Utensils Included. Weekly Rate
    City: Port Allen
    2880 N. Westport Dr. Port Allen, LA 70767
    Just off Interstate 10 and conveniently located to Baton Rouge, the Comfort Suites® hotel is only four miles from Louisiana State University. This Port Allen hotel is minutes from the Hollywood...
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Port Allen sits across the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge, but the mighty waterway does more to unite the two neighbors than separate them. As home to the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, the city is the northernmost deepwater terminal on the Mississippi and a busy crossroads with cargo moving from barges and trains to ocean-going vessels. Port Allen's Mississippi Riverfront Development park offers panoramic views of the Capital City's skyline along a pedestrian promenade lined with architectural features and ornamental lighting. The city's important location has fueled its rich industrial and cultural history, which are showcased at the West Baton Rouge Museum complex with its 1830s-era Aillet House and collection of slave cabins. Tour the Railroad Depot Museum with restored caboose and exhibits on 1940s railroad life; come to Sugarfest in October or the Lagniappe Dulcimer Fete Festival, a celebration of handmade musical instruments each March, draws travelers nationwide.

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