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Premier Businesses in Baton Rouge, LA

Rooter-Man
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Baton Rouge Plumbing LLC
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A & K Heating And A/C, Inc.
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Henderson Auctions
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Things To Do in Baton Rouge, LA

Louisiana Art and Science Museum Louisiana Art and Science Museum

The Louisiana Art and Science Museum explores some of nature's most dramatic wonders both from the inside and the outside. On the inside, you can enjoy a vast array of interactive exhibits as well as see movies about volcanoes, among others. Aside from the galleries inside, peer at the galaxy outside in the Rene W. Pennington Planetarium located within the museum. Don't forget to stop by the gift shop to select an item or two that will remind you of your adventurous day at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum. It's the ultimate art attraction in Baton Rouge.

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Laser Tag Laser Tag

Nothing like a friendly game of laser tag! So head to Laser Tag of Baton Rouge, put on your safety harness, grab a laser gun and hit the maze and other dizzying scenes that bring out the laser warrior in every member of the family. Even if mom and dad don't want to get in on the recreational warfare, there's a great gallery area where they can watch all the fun and enjoy something tasty from the concession stand.

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Old Governor's Mansion Old Governor's Mansion

Louisiana's Old Governor's Mansion has, in a sense, gotten a second chance. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is a breathtakingly beautiful structure that also serves as the headquarters for the Foundation for Historical Louisiana. The home has a dramatic history all its own. The structure was built in 1929 by Huey P. Long and served as the governor's residence until 1963 when a new structure was built. The house museum now houses rare artifacts, documents, and other relics of Louisiana's history and features regular tours headed by highly knowledgeable guides. The venue is also available for private parties, family gatherings and weddings.

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Port Hudson State Commemorative Area Port Hudson State Commemorative Area

If you like your nature served up with a good helping of history, then the Port Hudson State Commemorative Area is just for you. Enjoy the expansive walking trails, picnic tables and open lawns as they make up this sprawling 650-acre area that was once part of a Civil War battlefield. With such an historic backdrop, it is no wonder that there are always Civil War reenactments happening on site several times a month. So whether you're a history buff or just want a great day outdoors with the family, the Port Hudson State Commemorative Area is an excellent choice.

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