A wonderful way to explore New Orleans’ myriad of amazing sights is to hop on the Steamboat Natchez and take a cruise along the Mississippi River.
Just a short distance from Oak Alley Plantation is another of the Bayou State’s most important historical sites, the Laura Plantation.
Sporting a delightful and distinctive design, the Old State Capitol looks more like a castle than a historic government building.
Lying at the eastern tip of the beautiful barrier island of the same name is the gorgeous Grand Isle State Park.
One of the most important and impressive historic sites in Louisiana, Oak Alley Plantation can be found in the southeast of the state.
Known for its attractive and atmospheric tombs, mausoleums, and grounds, Lafayette Cemetery No 1 can be found in the gorgeous Garden District of New Orleans.
Nestled away in the northwest of the state is the small city of Natchitoches, which is most known for its handsome historic district.
New Orleans is the Whitney Plantation, the only museum in Louisiana to focus exclusively on the lives of enslaved people.
Jackson Square is one of the most popular and picturesque places to visit in the whole of New Orleans.
The south of Lafayette is the attractive Avery Island, which is renowned around the world for being the birthplace of Tabasco sauce.