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Secrets of Poverty Point Secrets of Poverty Point
This UNESCO World Heritage site is an archaeological wonder with little-known stories to tell.
Things to Do at the State Fair of Louisiana Things to Do at the State Fair of Louisiana
Fun for the whole family awaits at the State Fair of Louisiana in Shreveport.
Rebel State Historic Site Rebel State Historic Site
Country and gospel music come together with Civil War commemoration at this west Louisiana museum.
Seven Don't Miss Louisiana Food Tours Seven Don't Miss Louisiana Food Tours
A selection of region-specific itineraries for food lovers on the go
Louisiana’s Historic Architecture Louisiana’s Historic Architecture
Louisiana has preserved it's cultural heritage through architecture.
10 Must-Visit Louisiana Festivals 10 Must-Visit Louisiana Festivals
Are you ready to party Louisiana style? Then punch your ticket for these 10 fabulous fests and experience what we do best: food, music and rollicking good times!
Famous Streets Across Louisiana Famous Streets Across Louisiana
Get to know Louisiana a little better via its iconic streets in cities around the state.
Soulful for Fall: Enjoying Louisiana in the Fall Soulful for Fall: Enjoying Louisiana in the Fall
Discover the best of things to do in the fall in Louisiana - part 2!
Audubon State Historic Site Audubon State Historic Site
See the landscape and wildlife that inspired one of America’s most famous naturalists.
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.
Mansfield State Historic Site Mansfield State Historic Site
See the Civil War site where the Confederates won a hard-earned victory against Union invaders.
Marksville State Historic Site Marksville State Historic Site
Attempt to unlock the mysteries of an ancient culture that built massive earthworks on the banks of the Old River.
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    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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]