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Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site
Tour a replica of the first European settlement in what would become the Louisiana Purchase.
Top 10 Things To Do in Jefferson Parish Top 10 Things To Do in Jefferson Parish
Explore Jefferson Parish in a whole new way!
Travel Back in Time: Louisiana's Historic Unique Sites Travel Back in Time: Louisiana's Historic Unique Sites
These historic sites and attractions around Louisiana offer visitors a glimpse into the past.
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Explore the African-American Heritage Trail in the Baton Rouge and St. Francisville Area with this itinerary of things to do.
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Get to know the people and places of Louisiana that played important roles in African-American history.
Famous Streets Across Louisiana Famous Streets Across Louisiana
Get to know Louisiana a little better via its iconic streets in cities around the state.
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Indoors or out, Lake Charles offers heart-pounding excitement for visitors.
Ten Things to Do in Vernon Parish Ten Things to Do in Vernon Parish
Take a trip into territory that was once Louisiana's Wild West. Its rich history, gorgeous nature, delicious food and fun festivals will fill feed your soul.
Top Ten Things to Do in Acadia Parish Top Ten Things to Do in Acadia Parish
From antiques and candy shops to historic opera houses and Cajun food, get ready to explore a simpler side of Louisiana.
Cane River National Heritage Area Cane River National Heritage Area
Historic landmarks, colonial forts and Creole plantations are highlights of the Cane River National Heritage Area.
Making History at Frogmore Plantation Making History at Frogmore Plantation
Learn the stories of Civil War soldiers, cotton kingpins, slaves and sharecroppers at a 19th-century plantation where cotton is still farmed today.
Seasonal Souls: Making the Most of the Fall Season in Louisiana Seasonal Souls: Making the Most of the Fall Season in Louisiana
Discover these fall things to do in Louisiana - Part 1!
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    City: Gretna
    209 Lafayette St. Gretna, LA 70053
    Gretna Museum Complex has three Creole cottages, a working blacksmith shop, fire museum and an 1876 steam pumper.The Gretna Green Blacksmith Shop commemorates all blacksmith shops that were active...
    City: Gretna
    Second St. at Huey P. Long Ave. Gretna, LA 70053
    The original structure was erected in 1907, in the Renaissance and Baroque styles. The three-story building housed the Jefferson Parish Courthouse until 1958. After renovation, the building was...
    City: Gretna
    Huey P. Long Avenue at First Street Gretna, LA 70053
    The Jefferson Memorial Arch was built in 1923. The arch was erected as a memorial to all the war veterans from Jefferson Parish.  The inscribed names include veterans from the War Between the...
    City: Gretna
    Huey P. Long Ave. & 4th Street Gretna, LA 70053
    The depot that was built in 1906 in its current location has since become the Gretna Visitor Center and Gift Shop. The Caboose was built in 1951 by the Illinois Central Railroad. In 1986 it was...
    City: Gretna
    610 Sixth Street Gretna, LA 70053
    City: Gretna
    610 Sixth St. Gretna, LA 70053
    St. Joseph Catholic Church was the first church on the West Bank of Jefferson Parish. The original church, built in 1859 was a simple wooden structure where Redemptorist priests from the East Bank...
    City: Gretna
    739 3rd Street Gretna, LA 70054
    This landmark was formerly a passenger depot in the early 1900s. It was the last stop going west and the train came to Gretna by crossing the Mississippi River on a barge. The train exited in the...