• LOUISIANA ART & SCIENCE MUSEUM STORE

    The Museum Store at LASM is dedicated to offering mission-related finds that delight, educate and inspire! All profits from the store support LASM’s exhibits & programs. On your next visit to LASM, we invite you to stop in and discover something new!

  • LOUISIANA STATE CAPITOL

    The tallest capitol in the U.S., the building is 450 feet high with 34 floors. The Observation Deck on the 27th floor overlooks the city of Baton Rouge at a height of 350 feet. Gift shop and food service available. 

  • LOUISIANA’S OLD STATE CAPITOL

    ** The Old State Capitol will be closed July 3 – 4, 2018 ** Constructed between 1847 and 1852, this imposing structure on a bluff looking out over the Mississippi River has the appearance from the outside of a medieval fortress. The interior, however, is decorated in marble and rich read more

  • LSU MUSEUM OF ART

    The LSU Museum of Art, located on the fifth floor of the Shaw Center for the Arts, comprises 13,000 square feet, distributed among fourteen galleries. The contemporary space with ceilings over fifteen feet tall can comfortably accommodate works of art in a wide range of media. Founded in 1959, the LSU read more

  • LSU MUSEUM OF ART

    The LSU Museum of Art is in downtown Baton Rouge and acts as a “Gateway” for the University to share its vast cultural resources with the community at large and with visitors to the city. Housed in the stunning Shaw Center for the Arts, the LSU Museum of Art has read more

  • MAIN STREET MARKET

    With a diverse group of cafes, shops, and micro-enterprises, Main Street Market creates a public marketplace for small local farmers, artists, and entrepreneurs.

  • MISSISSIPPI RIVER

    No river in American is as culturally, historically, and economically significant as the Mississippi. Here in Baton Rouge visitors and residents are able to take advantage of the city’s proximity to this famous waterway and partake in a wide variety of activities including a bike and walking trail, museums such read more

  • MOUNT ZION FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

    The idea for Mount Zion First African Baptist Church was born in 1858 by Pastor Isaac Palmer, a Negro minister, and Pastor John Brady, a White minister. The organization included eight others, of whom only three names were recorded: Henry Strong, Silas Green, and Martha Hinton. Throughout the years, Mount read more

  • NORTH BOULEVARD TOWN SQUARE

    North Boulevard Town Square is a spectacular greenspace development that has transformed the disjointed area between North Boulevard and River Road into a lively downtown center where the city’s cultural and civic attractions come together for all to enjoy. While this area was previously unusable with virtually no tree cover read more