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Port Allen, LA 70767
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Housed inside a warehouse, the Louisiana Art & Science Museum (L.A.S.M) enjoys a scenic location around the banks of the splendid Mississippi River. The permanent collections are the real stunners - however its roving exhibitions are quite impressive too. Stop by the ancient Egypt Gallery which boasts a real mummy as well as an ancient tomb. Interactive and life-like exhibits enrapture the little kids who can't get enough of the action. Workshops, classes, nature trails, vacation camps and lectures contribute to a comprehensive educational program.
Located in Downtown Baton Rouge, on the banks of the Mississippi, the River Center holds a prime position in the city's events map. Playing host to a galaxy of events, be it sports, theater, concerts, meetings, expos or private parties, this arena has a lot to offer all the year round. It is also home to the Theatre of Performing Arts, which has a seating capacity of 1900 with state-of-the-art sound and lighting facilities. Besides, there is the Exhibition Hall, the Grand Ballroom and also an in-house catering service.
Situated on the banks of the Mississippi River, the Baton Rouge River Center is a multi-purpose facility which hosts premier events and entertainment, which includes concerts, conventions, sporting events, trade shows and theater productions. Its four main facilities are the Arena, Exhibition Hall, Ballroom, and the Theater for Performing Arts.
The three-deck riverboat casino features over 29,000 square feet of gaming area. This includes over 960 slots, video poker, keno machines and table games including live poker, blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, roulette, and craps. The Sheraton Baton Rouge Convention Center hosts the casinos accommodations. The Atrium Buffet features a variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets in the garden area of the Atrium, as well as an
The Manship Theatre offers a unique experience for its theatre audience: 325 front row seats. The theatre, modeled after the style of classic European opera houses, is one of the most beautifully intimate theatres in the United States. Their presentations encompass all forms of performance: theatre, musical theatre, dance, family programs, music, film, and literature including visual, folk, digital and emerging art forms.
An eclectic addition to Baton Rouge's nightlife, The Roux House has the perfect ingredients to guarantee a fun night out. To begin with, there's never a dull moment with something happening on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, from themes and events to live music. Bands playing on Friday and Saturday are above average and fairly well-known. The bar has the choicest of spirits to suit all tastes.
With over 1,100 slots, Hollywood Casino has your favorite games and one of the best selections of Progressive slot machines around. The High Limit Slot Area offers over forty machines ranging from $1 to $25. The Steakhouse at Hollywood Casino offers a savory menu. Their beef is 100% Angus and they feature fine veal, lamb, pork and chicken dishes, which combines with a great wine list. Live entertainment is available every weekend.
The annual fall Louisiana Book Festival brings out thousands of children and adults for book discussions, demonstrations, performances and book-related programs featuring 125 authors, book professionals, storytellers, and musicians. Held in October.
Located in the Louisiana State University, next to the Tiger Stadium, this Arena seldom goes unnoticed. The LSU Assembly Center renamed it after the passing away of the famous sports star. Also known as the Deaf Dome, this place can accommodate up to 14,000 people at a time. It has been the venue for the NCAA regional basketball tournaments. Apart from sporting events, you may also drive down here for concerts.
In association with the LSU Department of Theatre, Swine Palace produces several professional productions per year in which Louisiana born, resident, and/or trained talent is featured.
"Death Valley", as the stadium is popularly known, could not be more alive. The opposing teams have their work cut out for them as the fans make it virtually impossible for them to play. With a seating capacity of over 91,644, this is the fourth largest on-campus college football stadium in the country. LSU's colors are purple and gold - on a game night, the stadium seems to be painted in these colors. Popularly known as The Tigers, the home team have a record of winning more evening games than any other. So, it's proven...Cats do see better at night! The stadium is choc-a-bloc with activity.