Places you should visit atleast once in Baton Rouge

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A National Historic Landmark, Louisiana's Old State Capitol is not your average capitol building


Louisiana's Old State Capitol

Baton Rouge

Named for Medal of Honor recipient Isaac C

USS Kidd


Baton Rouge

For a big dose of Louisiana history, plan a stop at the Capitol Park Museum


Capitol Park Museum

Baton Rouge

At 450 feet tall, the Louisiana State Capitol is the tallest capitol in the United States

Louisiana State Capitol


Baton Rouge

Between 1930 and 1962, this Georgian mansion served as the official residence to nine Louisiana governors and their..


The Old Governor's Mansion

Baton Rouge

History buffs won't want to skip a visit to the LSU Rural Life Museum

LSU Rural Life Museum


Baton Rouge

Nicknamed "Death Valley" because it's so hard for visiting teams to win here, Louisiana State University's Tiger Stadium..


LSU Tiger Stadium

Baton Rouge

Calling all nature lovers! While in Baton Rouge, you may want to plan a trip to the Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, a 103-acre facility that boasts..

Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center


Baton Rouge

A hit with families, the Baton Rouge Zoo is home to a variety of animals both big and small


Baton Rouge Zoo

Baton Rouge

Spanning 26,000 square feet, the Knock Knock Children's Museum attracts families with its interactive exhibits that the museum calls "Learning Zones

Knock Knock Children's Museum


Baton Rouge

For a peek into the lives of Louisiana's early settlers from France and the West Indies, pay a visit to the 900-acre..


Magnolia Mound

Baton Rouge

Located in a historic railway station that dates back to 1925, the Louisiana Art & Science Museum features a variety of permanent and temporary..

Louisiana Art & Science Museum


Baton Rouge