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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.
Top 10 Things to Do in Lake Charles Top 10 Things to Do in Lake Charles
Indoors or out, Lake Charles offers heart-pounding excitement for visitors.
Los Adaes State Historic Site Los Adaes State Historic Site
At this 300-year-old site that was once the capital of Texas, you’ll get an up-close look at battles waged between two global superpowers.
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.
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.
Gretna Historical Society Gretna Historical Society
Gretna, in Jefferson Parish, is home to one of Louisiana's largest National Register of Historic Places districts.
Rebel State Historic Site Rebel State Historic Site
Country and gospel music come together with Civil War commemoration at this west Louisiana museum.
Louisiana’s No Man’s Land Louisiana’s No Man’s Land
Immerse yourself in the history of Louisiana's "Wild West."
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.
Port Hudson State Historic Site Port Hudson State Historic Site
Walk the hallowed grounds where the longest siege in U.S. military history took place.
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.
Forts Randolph and Buhlow State Historic Site Forts Randolph and Buhlow State Historic Site
Walk through Civil War history at these central Louisiana forts.
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    City: Shreveport
    120 Texas St Shreveport, LA 71101
    The O. K. Allen bridge, commonly known as the Texas Street bridge, was built in 1934 during the administration of Louisiana's 42nd Governor, Oscar Kelly Allen. With the coming of riverboat gambling...
    City: Shreveport
    1601 Spring St. Shreveport, LA 71101
    Ernest's Orleans Restaurant has been a part of Shreveport's history for over sixty years. Enjoy fine dining at Ernest's with their famous marinated crab claws, fresh seafood, steaks and veal.
    City: Shreveport
    1057 Texas Ave Shreveport, LA 71101
    Founded in 1866. Oldest African-American Baptist congregation in Shreveport. Present building completed in 1903. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
    City: Shreveport
    315 Marshall St. Shreveport, LA 71101
    Oldest church in Shreveport. Romanesque revival design with main altar of Italian marble gives feeling of European cathedrals. More than 60 stained glass windows. National Register of Historic Places.
    City: Shreveport
    500 Common St. Shreveport, LA 71101
    City: Shreveport
    804 Wilkinson St Shreveport, LA 71104
    The Davis Home dates back to 1916. Many of the original furniture and lighting pieces, working oil lamps, working transoms, push button lights, and pocket doors. Call for an appointment .
    City: Shreveport
    710 Travis Street Shreveport, LA 71101
    The Marlene Yu Museum is dedicated to exhibit, preserve, document, and interpret the life and works of Marlene Tseng Yu. Check website for hours and events.
    City: Shreveport
    525 N. Spring St. Shreveport, LA 71101
    The Spring Street Museum is housed in what is believed to be one of Shreveport's oldest buildings dating back to 1865 featuring unique cast iron grillwork. During the life of this building, it has...
    City: Shreveport
    Martin Luthur King Dr. Shreveport, LA 71107
    The contributions of African Americans to the development of Shreveport-Bossier City are truly a legacy. Enjoy this self-guided driving tour. Call 318-222-9391 or 888-45 VISIT or email [email protected]