Very interesting. Love the war history here. Kids loved playing on the cannons around the area. Grounds are very pretty and well kept.
We made a short stop at the Old Arsenal Museum after visiting the state capitol building. The exhibit is informative and worth a few minutes. On the grounds outside the arsenal is Louisiana's copy of the Liberty Bell and a nearby Indian mound with a nice view. A short but pleasant walk away is the governor's mansion. We were not... More
This museum is located in a park which is adjacent to the state capital building. The place is dark inside and depicts how ammunition was stored decades ago. One can be in and out of this museum in a few minutes. Outside of the museum is a statue of George Washington's head and a bell. The park where it is... More
If you are in the big state capitol give yourself a break and cross the nice park to this little building. It will only cost you 10 min for the walk, the entrance is free and it will give you good information about how ammunition was stored in the 19th century and the way Baton Rouge was part of the... More
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