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Cajun vs. Creole Food - What is the Difference? Cajun vs. Creole Food - What is the Difference?
Louisiana's food is steeped with historical influences including Cajun and Creole cuisines. Learn what differentiates Cajun and Creole food.
World War II Museum Honors Greatest Generation World War II Museum Honors Greatest Generation
The museum has something of a sacred mission: telling the epic story of the most destructive war the world has ever known.
Kent Plantation House State Historic Site Kent Plantation House State Historic Site
Tour the grounds of an opulent 18th century sugar plantation, one of Louisiana’s oldest.
Campaigns of Courage Pavilion Opens at National WWII Museum Campaigns of Courage Pavilion Opens at National WWII Museum
The New Orleans museum brings the struggles and victories of the Greatest Generation to life with extraordinary new exhibits.
Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site
Head south of Baton Rouge for a look into Louisiana’s shipping history.
African American Heritage Trail Itinerary: Cajun Country African American Heritage Trail Itinerary: Cajun Country
Make your way on I-10 West from Baton Rouge towards Cajun Country to take in the plentiful impact of African American History Trail.
Grambling University, Eddie G. Robinson Museum Grambling University, Eddie G. Robinson Museum
With great pride, I announce the next stop on the North Louisiana African American Heritage Trail: my hometown, Grambling.
Battle of New Orleans in Chalmette Battle of New Orleans in Chalmette
A clearing along the river just south of New Orleans was the site of one of the most famous battles ever fought on American soil.
Haunted At The Myrtles Haunted At The Myrtles
A St. Francisville plantation home is reputed to be one of the most haunted places in Louisiana.
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.
History Comes Alive at the LSU Rural Life Museum History Comes Alive at the LSU Rural Life Museum
You’ll feel as if you are traveling through time as you walk among historical displays at the LSU Rural Life Museum in Baton Rouge.
Louisiana’s Historic Architecture Louisiana’s Historic Architecture
Louisiana has preserved it's cultural heritage through architecture.
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    City: Lake Providence
    7162 Hwy 65 N. Lake Providence, LA 71254
    The Louisiana State Cotton Museum takes you back in history from the early days when cotton was grown in the South to the introduction of the mechanical cotton picker. Exhibits display the history...