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Baton Rouge, LA 70818
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Henderson Auctions
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Things To Do in Baton Rouge, LA

Theatre Baton Rouge Theatre Baton Rouge

If you and your sweetie love the theater, check out some of the best local talent at the Baton Rouge Little Theater. See some of the city's most talented thespians practice their art on such well-known productions as Guys and Dolls, Hairspray, and more. Plan a romantic night, buy your tickets early and come prepared to be entertained by a truly fun and personal theater experience.

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Baton Rouge Zoo Baton Rouge Zoo

Baton Rouge celebrates nature's wild kingdom at Brec's Baton Rouge Zoo. The Realm of the Tiger is the latest spotlight feature at the zoo, as it dramatically illustrates how the tiger lives in its natural environment as well as how it uses its natural instincts to find food and to remain one of the jungle's most respected residents. Also, see the zoo's latest addition, the baby baboon and enjoy the colors of the dusky shades of sunlight on the very popular Twilight Tour. All that plus the summer zoo camp for kids all go to make Brec's Baton Rouge Zoo the #1 family attraction in the city.

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Louisiana's Old State Capitol Louisiana's Old State Capitol

Louisiana's Old State Capitol has a long and winding history that is nothing short of dramatic. The fortress-like structure stood strong and impressive until it was gutted by fire in the Civil War. After recovering and returning to its original purpose, the building fell into disrepair in the early 1930s following the installation of a newer, less-storied building as the state's capitol. A concerned group of citizens worked hard to rebuild it and the old capitol now houses a wide variety of interactive exhibits that tell the state's sometimes controversial but never uninteresting story. The Old State Capitol is a must-see attraction for history buffs visiting Baton Rouge.

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