If you are in the mood for travel? Make Southeast Louisiana your destination for your fall travel schedule.
Have you ever seen an Alligator? Have you ever seen a 13' 4" Alligator? A 760 lb. Alligator?
The newest attraction in West Baton Rouge can be found at the West Baton Rouge Tourist Information Center.
His name is MOBY. He was harvested in West Baton Rouge Parish and is now on permanent exhibit at the Tourist Center.
Make the I-10 Interstate, Exit #151 a stop on your next journey through Louisiana.
The weather is perfect, the flowers are blooming and the air... you can smell crawfish boils and BBQ
Get a taste of the South with our famous gumbos, jambalaya, mudbugs, beignets and boudin,.
Experience a swamp tour, historic plantation homes, view the Mighty Mississippi up close.
You can be the captain and close the 60 ton doors at the Port Allen Lock Visitor Center, visit our award winning museums, relive history at our civil war re-enactments.
Drive the scenic byway routes along the great river road. Don't forget to bring your wallet for the antique shopping or mall shopping.
Did I mention music? If its Zedeco, swamp pop, country or some good Southern jazz, there are plenty of fun places to get your toes tapping.
Come and visit South Louisiana! Spend a few days in West Baton Rouge, just five minutes from the Capital City, Baton Rouge.
Stay a few days in one of our family friendly accommodations. Stop by our Tourist Center at Exit #151 and let us help you plan your stay. (Mention this post and receive a Louisiana Cookbook).
Come and experience true southern hospitatlity at its best right here in West Baton Rouge, LA.
We hope to see you soon!
Executive Director, West Baton Rouge Convention & Visitors Bureau.