Attractions in Baton Rouge
Louisiana Tiger Stadium
The LSU Tiger stadium, also known as the ‘Death Valley’ is home to the LSU Tigers football team. It is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the campus of Louisiana State University. Since its opening in 1924, it has undergone renovations on the eastern and southern sides to accommodate more seats
Louisiana’s Old State Capitol
Louisiana’s Old State Capitol is an attractive and glorious structure in Baton Rouge. Also known as the State House, it housed the state’s Legislature from the mid 19th century until the modern capital tower building was erected in 1932.
Louisiana State University
Louisiana state university is the highest ranked public university in Louisiana. It was placed at position 72 among public universities by the 2020 U.S News and World Reports.
USS Kidd Veterans Memorial
USS Kidd, famously known as the destroyer, was the first-ever ship run by the United States Navy. It was towed from Philadelphia to Baton Rouge’s Louisiana Naval War Memorial Commission where it resides till date.
Old Governor's Mansion
The Old Governor’s Mansion is a historical and cherished place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. A visit to this attraction during your visit to BR will greatly delight you.
Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center
Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center is a park that rests on a 103 acre parcel of land. It is administered by ‘BREC’ (Recreational and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton Rouge). Don’t miss out on a tour of the Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center during your visit to Baton Rouge.
Baton Rouge Zoo
The Baton Rouge Zoo is the place to be if you would love to interact and connect with animals like giraffes, rhinos, alligators and tigers. It is situated approximately 15 minutes north of downtown Baton Rouge and managed by BREC.
Louisiana State Capitol
Louisiana State Capitol is the new capitol building of Louisiana. Located in downtown Baton Rouge, it is the seat of government for the U.S state of Louisiana. It rests on a 27-acre piece of land that also has a well manicured garden.
Louisiana Arts and Science Museum
Louisiana Arts and Science Museum is housed in Baton Rouge Station, a historic train station located at 100 South River Road, downtown BR. This attraction seeks to promote the understanding and appreciation of art and science for the public at large and is a great place to visit during your stay in Baton Rouge.
Blue Bayou Water Park
Blue Bayou is Louisiana’s top water park and amusement park located right in Baton Rouge. This is an excellent space to enjoy a weekend of fun on a budget.