Celebration Station offers groups a variety of kid friendly attractions. Experience go-karts, arcades, mini golf, bumper cars and more. Let the fun begin!
Looking for fun things to do with your students? What better environment to educate and inspire children than a hands-on, interactive aquarium at the Blue Zoo Aquarium Baton Rouge.
BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo has nearly 800 animals, programming that is in line with state curriculum requirements. Their mission is to help visitors develop an understanding, appreciation and respect for our natural resources.
Burden Museum and Gardens on 440 acres which consists of the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens, Windrush Gardens and the Rural Life Museum. The museum has a 19th century Plantation area, a Folk Architecture section, and 32 buildings representing the rural way of life.
At the Knock Knock Children’s Museum, young visitors learn through play. The museum offers hands-on, fun-filled interactive exhibits called “Learning Zones” designed for children 0-8.
The Louisiana Art & Science Museum is defined by the belief that the disciplines of art and science shape and inform one another and that interdisciplinary experiences enhance the audience’s ability to make connections and discover new ways of seeing and thinking.
The Louisiana Governor’s Mansion is the official residence of the governor of Louisiana and their family. Tours will last approximately 45 minutes to one hour long and will include the mansion gardens.
School trips to LSU Hilltop Arboretum are fun and educational! You will find a quiet place far removed from the hustle and bustle of city life and a place to learn about Louisiana’s trees, shrubs and wildflowers.
LSU Museum of Art presents world-class touring exhibitions of regional, American, and European painting, sculpture, decorative arts, works on paper, and photography.
LSU Museum of Natural Science generate knowledge of global biodiversity and human prehistory, to promote an understanding and appreciation of nature through exhibits and programs.
Magnolia Mound offers a variety of hands-on living history educational programs. These activities include the Historic House tour with Open-Hearth Kitchen, Colonial Games and Toys, Weaving, Life in the Enslaved Community and more.
The Old Louisiana State Capitol, also known as the State House, is a historic government building, and now a museum. educates the public on Louisiana’s rich history and the democratic process through exhibits, programming and the arts.