The Best Places to Visit in Louisiana

The Best Places to Visit in Louisiana

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3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana

  • Preservation Hall: Musical venue in the French Quarter neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Louisiana Facts:

    • Saint Martin Parish is home to the world’s largest freshwater river basin, the Atchafalaya Basin; the basin provides nearly every type of outdoor recreational activity imaginable.
    • The Union Cottonseed Oil Mill of West Monroe was in the planning stages as early as 1883. By 1887, it provided the area with many jobs for the laborers of the area. The Union Oil Mill is the oldest industry in Ouachita Parish.
    • The City of Ponchatoula is the oldest incorporated city in Tangipahoa Parish. Ponchatoula derives its name from the Choctaw Indian language meaning “hair to hang” because of the abundance of Spanish moss on the trees surrounding the area.
    • Pirate Jean Lafitte helped defend New Orleans from the British.
    • Orleans Parish is the third-most-populous in Louisiana.
    La Louisiane(Cajun French)
    State of Louisiana
    État de Louisiane (French)

    • Pelican State (official)
    • Bayou State
    • Creole State
    • Sportsman's Paradise
    • The Boot

    Union, Justice, Confidence

    Map of the United States with Louisiana highlighted

    Map of the United States with Louisiana highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Territory of Orleans
    Admitted to the Union April 30, 1812 (18th)
    Capital Baton Rouge
    Largest city New Orleans[1][2][3]
    Largest metro and urban areas Greater New Orleans

    Governor John Bel Edwards (D)
    Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser (R)
    Legislature State Legislature
    Upper house State Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Louisiana Supreme Court
    U.S. senators Bill Cassidy (R)
    John Kennedy (R)
    U.S. House delegation 5 Republicans
    1 Democrat (list)

    •Total 52,069.13sqmi (135,382km2)
    •Land 43,601sqmi (112,927km2)
    •Water 8,283sqmi (21,455km2) 15%
    •Rank 31st

    •Length 379mi (610km)
    •Width 130mi (231km)

    100ft (30m)

    535ft (163m)

    −8ft (−2.5m)

    •Total 4,657,757
    •Rank 25th
    •Density 106.9/sqmi (41.3/km2)
    •Rank 23rd
    Median household income

    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Louisianian
    Louisianais (Cajun or Creole heritage)
    Luisiano (Spanish descendants during rule of New Spain)

    Official language No official language
    Spoken language As of 2010[7]

    Time zone UTC−06:00 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-LA
    Traditional abbreviation La.
    Latitude 28° 56′ N to 33° 01′ N
    Longitude 88° 49′ W to 94° 03′ W


    The Best Places to Visit in Louisiana
    Louisianais a treasure trove of lovely scenery, and we’ve picked with difficulty the best places to experience its splendor.Overcoming no small challenges, between natural disasters and a complex cultural history, the people and land have an unshakable stake in the idea that life is beautiful.Louisiana is home to a mixture of cultures that are apparent in the food, music and architecture of this diverse state. Between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, both sides of the Mississippi are lined with magnificent pre-war estates including Oak Alley, Nottoway, Myrtles Plantation, and Greenwood.Louisiana is more than justNew Orleans, although that is a key attraction for any visitor.

    #10.The Gardens of the American Rose Society
    #9.Oak Alley Plantation
    #8.Honey Island Swamp,Slidell
    #7.Lake Pontchartrain Causeway Bridge
    #6.R. W. Norton Art Gallery
    5.The Jungle Gardens, Avery Island
    #4.National Historic Landmark District, Natchitoches
    #3.Rip Van Winkle Gardens,New Iberia
    #2.French Quarter,New Orleans
    #1.Mardi Gras World

    8 thoughts on “The Best Places to Visit in Louisiana

    1. Not the worst video I've seen on YouTube, but pretty bad. It looks like it was made with Windows Movie Maker, the voice is so robotic it might have come from a VIC 20, and a lot of the pictures don't line up with the narration.

    2. Awl the flowuhs in Louisianer. But there was no mention of touring the Cajun country area of Acadiana in south central Louisiana? That’s not right.

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