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African-American Heritage Itinerary: Plantation Country African-American Heritage Itinerary: Plantation Country
Explore the African-American Heritage Trail in the Baton Rouge and St. Francisville Area with this itinerary of things to do.
Where Catfish Are King Where Catfish Are King
Louisiana puts catfish on a pedestal, for both fishing and eating.
Famous Streets Across Louisiana Famous Streets Across Louisiana
Get to know Louisiana a little better via its iconic streets in cities around the state.
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.
Things To Do With Kids: Sportsman's Paradise Things To Do With Kids: Sportsman's Paradise
Find the perfect balance of big-city fun and outdoor appeal. Here are 10 of our favorite kid-friendly picks for Sportsman's Paradise.
Bike Louisiana for Great Exercise and Fun Bike Louisiana for Great Exercise and Fun
“We use the natural landscape to our full advantage,” says longtime cyclist Stu Babin of Houma.
Fort Jesup State Historic Site Fort Jesup State Historic Site
This Mexican-American War-era fort is central to a little-known chapter in American history.
Centenary State Historic Site Centenary State Historic Site
Tour the grounds of Louisiana’s oldest college, founded in 1826.
Casinos, Gaming and Horse Racing Along the Red River Casinos, Gaming and Horse Racing Along the Red River
Shreveport and Bossier City's waterfront casinos give a whole new meaning to "Rollin' on the River."
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.
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!
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.
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    City: Shreveport
    710 Texas Ave Shreveport, LA 71101
     A mini bus will follow the trolley every 15 minutes to pick up guests who want to look around different theaters. Every 3rd Thursday, from 5:00-8:00 pm, hop on the FREE trolley to see arts and...
    City: Shreveport
    601 Ockley Dr Shreveport, LA 71106
    Former residence of the President of Dodd College, a junior college for girls.  College operated from 1927-1942.  On National Registry. Call for tour appointment.
    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
    Cotton and Marshall Streets Shreveport, LA 71101
    On the AT&T Building.  The nations's largest public arts mural captures Shreveport and her people in vivid colors and poignant portraiture.
    City: Shreveport
    500 Common St. Shreveport, LA 71101
    City: Shreveport
    1601 Spring St. Shreveport, LA 71101
     Enjoy fine dining at Ernest's with their famous marinated crab claws, fresh seafood, steaks and veal.
    City: Shreveport
    1000 Milam St Shreveport, LA 71101
    Oakland Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The earliest tombstone dates back to 1842. At least 16 Shreveport mayors and 1,000 Confederate soldiers are buried there. ...
    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
    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.