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Roseland is nestled against the northern city limits of Amite and was incorporated in 1892. The town was named after the Cherokee Rose, a white rose that grows wild in the area.
Enjoy a Louisiana crafted beverage at the tasting room at Donner-Peltier Distillers in Thibodaux, Louisiana
The beautiful Wingate House in the Historic District in Leesville.
View Mardi Gras floats at Mardi Gras World museum in New Orleans.
See the beauty of Delcambre's shrimp boats when you drive along the Cajun Corridor Byway in Louisiana.
Live music, delicious foods, competitions and more await festival goers at the International Rice Festival in Crowley.
Explore the Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum in Natchitoches.
Historic Front Street in Natchitoches
Get ready to dance at the Jolly Inn Cajun Dance Hall in Houma.
Shrimp Boats at The Shrimp and Petroleum Festival ©Cajun Coast CVB
Spend a day enjoying nature on Fontainbleau State Park Beach.
Cajun Dance session at the Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center in Thibodaux.
Go tubing in Bogue Chitto State Park Louisiana
SudioBe in New Orleans ©SudioBe, Brandan Odums
So much fun and sweet tastes to be had at the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival held each spring..
Bring your dancing shoes to the Original Southwest Louisiana Zydeco Music Festival in Opelousas.
Your taste buds will sing at the Sweet Dough Pie Festival in Grand Coteau, Louisiana
Admire the amazing gardens in the Afton Villa Gardens in St. Francisville, LA
The Chimes restaurant's large decks overlooking the Bogue Falaya River offer a great spot for happy hour - in Covington Louisiana ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Experience the Cajun version of Mardi Gras at the Courir de Mardi Gras in Eunice, Louisiana.
Acadian Cultural Center Exhibit
Head to the historic Grand Opera House of the South in Crowley, Louisiana
Explore the beauty of Louisiana's pine forests via horseback in the Kisatchie National Forest.
Don't miss the annual French Quarter Festival in New Orleans - it's one of the largest (and most fun) free festivals in the South!
Red River Balloon Rally in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Experience a Cajun Jam session at the Joie De Vivre Cafe in Breaux Bridge.
A visitor takes in the sights at the Abita Mystery House.
Touch an alligator at the Gator & Friends Alligator Park and Exotic Zoo
Audubon Insectarium ©Audubon Institute
Feeding Animals at Leaning Oak Farm ©Leaning Oak Farm
Get lost in the gems, sequins and feathers that make these Mardi Gras costumes so incredible at Mardi Gras Museum Imperial Calcasieu in Lake Charles.
The Steamboat Natchez in New Orleans has a variety of cruises such as history tours, and jazz brunches.
Red River Revel Festival in Shreveport
Go paddling on Lake Kincaid in Kisatchie National Forest.
Fishing in the marshes near Dulac, Louisiana
Festive holiday crowds gather to watch the grand fireworks display over Cane River during the Natchitoches Christmas Festival.
The National WWII Museum's Freedom Pavilion at dusk, located in New Orleans. ©National WWII Museum
San Francisco Plantation recently reopened after more than $1 million in renovations.
Visit the Biedenharn Coke Museum in Monroe, Louisiana
Visit New Orleans City Park and the Botanical Gardens.
Watch horse racing at the Delta Downs Racetrack and Casino Hotel in Vinton.
Harrah's Louisiana Downs has many game options including slot machines.
The Strand Theatre in Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana
Take the family to experience the magic of the underwater worlds at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. ©Jeff Strout; Audubon Aquarium of Americas
Commemorative red stick statue at Southern University in Baton Rouge.
Take a ride on one of New Orleans streetcars.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
Cajun music jam session at the Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center in Thibodaux.
Gardens at the R.W. Norton Art Gallery
Head to DeRidder for the Beauregard Watermelon Festival.
The grandeur of the stage in the Grand Opera House of the South was restored in the renovation. Located in Crowley, Louisiana.
Explore the beautiful art at the Shreveport Multicultural Center of the South.
Experience the Cajun version of Mardi Gras at a Courir De Mardi Gras.
Center for Traditional Louisiana Boat Building in Thibodaux showcases traditional Cajun boats.
Take a safari tour to see zebras and other exotic animals at Global Wildlife Center in Folsom, Louisiana
Watch a speeding Ferrari and other sports cars race at the NOLA Motorsports Park.
River Road African American Museum
Tour Landry Vineyards in Monroe to experience some of Louisiana's wine country.
Stop and smell the roses at the American Rose Center in Shreveport. ©Shreveport-Bossier CVB
Jungle Gardens in Iberia Parish ©Jungle Gardens
Take a break and wander through the trees at the Kisatchie National Forest outside Alexandria.
Experience Buck and Johnny's Zydeco Breakfast in Breaux Bridge.
Tour San Francisco Plantation along the River Road between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
Stroll through the gardens at Houmas House and enjoy the fountains.
The festival games are taken seriously at the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival.
The State Fair of Louisiana's carnival grounds in Shreveport.
Kids playing at Jackson Square in New Orleans.
The amazing fields of sunflowers will brighten your day as you head into Gilliam for the Sunflower Trail and Festival in the spring.
Inmates participate in "convict poker" at the Angola Prison Rodeo.
Visit the Abita Mystery House to see strange collections, inventions and odd memorabilia.
Kayak fishing on Cypress Black Bayou in Shreveport. ©Shreveport-Bossier CVB
Sip craft brews at Bayou Teche Brewing in Arnaudville, Louisiana