Shaw Center for the Arts
The Shaw Center for the Arts is a community gathering place intended for viewing art, listening to music, watching dancers and movies, seeing dramas, and dining. The Shaw Center for the Arts is home to The Manship Theatre, LSU Museum of Art, Glassell Gallery, and the River Terrace.
Red Stick Farmers Market
Red Stick Farmers Market is a producer-only market, which means all of the produce a farmer sells under their tent was grown on their farm.
Louisiana State Capitol / Louisiana’s Old State Capitol
The capitol houses the chambers for the Louisiana State Legislature, made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as the office of the Governor of Louisiana. Fun Fact: It's the tallest State Capitol in the U.S.!
The Mississippi River is the second-longest river in North America and travels through or touches 32 states.
Baton Rouge General
Since opening their doors in 1990, Baton Rouge General Hospital was the site of the first ever heart surgery in Baton Rouge, the very first diabetes program, and the first burn center and chemical dependency facilities in the state.
Louisiana State University is the flagship institution of Louisiana and in the heart of the Capitol city. LSU is a Land, Sea, and Space Grant institution and houses 35,000+ students each year.