• RAISING CANE’S RIVER CENTER

    The Raising Cane’s River Center Arena presents concerts, trade shows, sports and family shows, with seating for up to 12,000 for concerts, 8500 for sporting events, and 4500 for theatre events. Exhibition Hall, recently expanded with an additional 10,000 sq ft (1,000 m²). of exhibition space and providing a total read more

  • REPENTANCE PARK

    Come out and enjoy Downtown’s newest park! As a Riverfront Master Plan project of Plan Baton Rouge II and major component of the ‘Central Green’ concept, Repentance Park will soon connect with North Boulevard Town Square through the St. Phillip Street promenade when phase 2 of the Town Square is read more

  • RIVER CENTER LIBRARY

    The River Center Branch Library is part of the downtown Baton Rouge River Center governmental complex at the corner of St. Louis Street and North Boulevard. Building Facts and Features: 48,490 sq. ft. total over four floors; dynamic, dedicated spaces for children, teens, and adults; will house books, AV materials, read more

  • RIVER CENTER THEATER

    The Baton Rouge River Center is a proud 200,000 square-meter center for entertainment in Louisiana’s capital and second largest city, Baton Rouge. Previously known as the Riverside Centroplex at the time it was constructed in 1977, the place takes pride in being the state’s hub for cultural immersion showcasing over read more

  • RIVERFRONT PLAZA

    Located between the Mississippi River, the Pennington Planetarium, the USS Kidd war museum and memorial and the Baton Rouge River Center, the plaza offers seating atop the Mississippi River levee. Also features a fountain, a 4 panel mural, observation deck, and access to the USS Kidd Fletcher Class destroyer. » read more

  • SHAW CENTER FOR THE ARTS

      Welcome to Shaw Center for the Arts. Opened in 2005 and covering a full city block in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge, the multi-use museum, theatre and arts complex incorporates historic architecture and modern design, creating a fantastic structure overlooking the Mississippi River.          

  • U.S.S. KIDD MUSEUM

    Fletcher-class destroyer USS KIDD (DD-661), the “Pirate of the Pacific” located in the heart of scenic downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana, she is the centerpiece of a memorial which serves to honor the men and women of our American armed forces. Museum and ship open daily for tours. Restoring the officer’s read more

  • VISIT BATON ROUGE

    Baton Rouge is rapidly moving forward, becoming America’s next great city. Through the years, Baton Rouge has been and continues to be shaped by a variety of cultural and environmental influences. Travel down south and experience our cultural traditions seen in our unique attractions, imbedded in the lyrics of  our read more