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Baton Rouge is a city sitting picturesquely along the Mississippi River and the capital of the U.S. state Louisiana. It's known for the views of the Mississippi River and is the second-largest city in Louisiana, after New Orleans. It is considered one of the significant economic and educational hubs of America. Landmarks include the Old Louisiana State Capitol, a museum, and Magnolia Mound Plantation, with its French Creole house.

Places to visit in Baton Rouge:

The Old Capitol: Looking much like a castle, the Old Capitol is a Gothic Revival, now museum, built-in 1847. It is remarkable both from a historical and architectural perspective and is worth a look, even if just from the outside. The Union Army burned the castle, and in 1882, it was repaired and served as the state capitol until 1932, till the new State Capitol building opened. This spectacular structure standing high on a bluff over the Mississippi River is now a museum of political history.

Louisiana State University: Established in the year 1860 near to Alexandria, moved to Baton Rouge in the year 1869, and later got back to its original location in 1926, The Louisiana State University houses several significant museums, including Rural Life and Natural Science Museum. The university also hosts several programs and sports events related to Baseball, Football, and many more. One needs to visit here to witness the charm and to admire its glorious history. Undoubtedly, it will be a lifetime experience!

BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo: Owned and operated by the Recreation and Park Commission of East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, The Zoo is home to 800 plus animals from around the world. The Association of Zoos and Aquariums has been recogized by the Baton Rouge Zoo since 1977—the first zoo in Louisiana to be accredited.

BREC's Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center: Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, a 103-acre nature, is Conservation Park administered by the Recreation and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton. It is undoubtedly a lovely place to walk on some trails and look at some of the animals in the Nature Center.

Blue Bayou Waterpark: Blue Bayou is a water park adjacent to the Dixie Landin' amusement park. They have fun rides and lazy river and wave pools for chilling and relaxing. There are kiddie pools and slides available for kids. Outside food isn't allowed, but the food available inside is mind-blowing, so it makes up for it.

How Do I get to Baton Rouge?

The best way to get to Baton Rouge is by Air. You can book a flight ticket and land at Baton Rouge Airport, which is just 10.3 km away from the central city. You will find many options for public and private transport from the airport to reach your respective destinations. The best way is to hire a cab, which will take you to the main city in just 10 minutes.

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Best time to visit Baton Rouge:

The best time to visit Baton Rouge is from March to May and September to November, when the spring and autumn months offer highs in the 70s and 80s, and plenty of events are held. Winters here are mild but with high temperatures hovering in the mid-60s and lows that rarely dip below the 40-degree range.