Tours in Columbia Louisiana
Guided tours around Louisiana are one of the best ways to see and experience what Louisiana has to offer. Are you feeling adventurous and want to see alligators pop out of the swamp waters? How about taking a haunted cemetery tour? We also have guided plantation tours, rum distillery tours, history tours, cocktail and foodie tours, walking tours, movie tours, brewery tours, deep sea fishing tours and so many more. Book your guided tour and get an only-in-Louisiana adventure.
With less than 1,000 residents, Columbia is truly a small town. But since the 1950s, it has gotten a lot bigger each fall when it becomes home to the Louisiana Art and Folk Festival. Held in downtown Columbia, the festival showcases one of Louisiana’s Main Street communities. Visitors discover a beautifully preserved and aggressively maintained old town. A focal point is the Schepis Museum. With its trademark statues of Christopher Columbus and George Washington, the circa 1916 Schepis building highlights the town’s heritage as a settlement for entrepreneurial Italian immigrants. Situated on the Ouachita River in Louisiana’s cotton country, Columbia developed as a bustling riverboat town. Today, there are spectacular views from the Riverwalk. Nearby, the Boeuf Wildlife Management Area offers a wide array of game for hunters to pursue, including deer, rabbit, quail and turkey. Those who prefer wild hog, will find ample hunting opportunities in the area’s vicinity.