Top 14. Nature Attractions and Parks in New Orleans – Travel Louisiana

Top 14. Nature Attractions and Parks in New Orleans – Travel Louisiana

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3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana

  • Aquarium of the Americas: Aquarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Louisiana Facts:

    • Metairie is home to the longest bridge over water in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain causeway. The causeway connects Metairie with St. Tammany Parish on the North Shore. The causeway is 24 miles long.
    • The City of Sulphur is the 13th largest city in Louisiana and is named for the chemical and mining industry that helped to establish Calcasieu Parish in the late 1800’s.
    • Because Covington is in a region referred to as the Ozone Belt, it has long been known for its clean air and water.
    • The first Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans was held in the 1800s.
    • New Orleans was the largest Confederate city during the Civil War.
    City of Baton Rouge
    Bâton-Rouge
    Official seal of City of Baton Rouge

    Official logo of City of Baton Rouge

    Nicknames:

    RedStick, TheCapitalCity, B.R.

    Interactive map of Baton Rouge
    Coordinates:

    30°26′51″N 91°10′43″W / 30.44750°N 91.17861°W / 30.44750; -91.17861Coordinates: 30°26′51″N 91°10′43″W / 30.44750°N 91.17861°W / 30.44750; -91.17861 Country United States State Louisiana Parish East Baton Rouge Founded 1699 Settled 1721 Incorporated January 16, 1817 Government

    Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome[1] (D) Area

    State capital city and Consolidated city-parish 88.52sqmi (229.27km2) •Land 86.32sqmi (223.56km2) •Water 2.20sqmi (5.71km2) •Total[note 1] 79.11sqmi (204.89km2) Elevation

    56ft (17m) Population

    State capital city and Consolidated city-parish 227,470 •Rank US: 99th •Density 2,635.32/sqmi (1,017.50/km2) •Urban

    594,309 (US: 68th) •Metro

    870,569 Demonym(s) Baton Rougean Time zone UTC−6 (CST) •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT) ZIP Codes
    70801–70817, 70819–70823, 70825–70827, 70831, 70833, 70835–70837, 70874, 70879, 70883, 70884, 70892–70896, 70898
    Area code(s) 225 FIPS code 22-05000 GNIS feature ID 1629914 Website www.brla.gov

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    Top 14. Nature Attractions and Parks in New Orleans – Travel Louisiana: New Orleans City Park, Audubon Park, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Old River Road Plantation Adventure, Louis Armstrong Park, Chalmette National Historical Park, Lake Pontchartrain, Longue Vue House and Gardens, Woldenberg Riverfront Park, Crescent Park, New Orleans Botanical Gardens, Washington Artillery Park

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