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In South Louisiana we bleed purple and gold and relish Saturday home games in Tiger Stadium. So, whether you're visiting as Tiger Bait or you're here to cheer on the LSU Tigers, welcome to Baton Rouge! Experience LSU Football to the fullest and tailgate with the finest cooks in the nation.
While visiting, make plans to stay overnight in one of our many hotels. Dine with the locals at our area restaurants. And take time to perfect your game day outfit at the area's shops.
While you're here, take some time to discover Baton Rouge's many attractions. Experience some of our favorite things to do and visit our calendar of events prior to arrival to take in a free concert at Live After Five or head over to the Main Street Market on Saturday mornings.
Wether you're flying or driving, Baton Rouge has many tranportation options to get to and around Baton Rouge.
Touchdown Express Shuttle Services is available to you on game day weekends. Enjoy the ease of getting to LSU and avoid the hassle of parking. For more information call (225) 389-8923.
Cost: $10 roundtrip
Riders pay upon boarding the bus. Correct change requested.
Please contact La. Corporate & Executive Transport for round-trip rates to LSU Tiger Stadium at 225-308-4551, or at their website.
Limousine Livery runs Gameday Shuttle with three shops and costs $20 per person, roundtrip.
For reservations call 225 261-8777. Riders can pay by credit card over the phone or with cash upon boarding.
Shuttles will depart from the hotels at their scheduled times. Please start loadingbefore the departure time.
AFTER THE GAME The shuttle will be waiting in LOT 406. All shuttles will depart no later than 40 minutes after the end of the game.
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Since 1860, LSU has served the people of Louisiana, the region, the nation, and the world through extensive, multipurpose programs encompassing instruction, research, and public service. LSU is the flagship institution of the state of Louisiana and is one of only 21 universities nationwide holding land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant status.
Louisiana State University is one of the few schools to have a live mascot. So while in Baton Rouge, be sure to visit Mike VI! His 15,0000 square foot, luxurious habitat located just outside Tiger Stadium includes: a waterfall, stream, swimming pool and greenery galore. If you're lucky you may even see him taking a stroll in Tiger Stadium prior to kickoff! If you miss your chance to see him in person CLICK HERE for a live web cam of Mike the Tiger in Habitat at LSU!
Coach Les Miles has been known to kneel on fields tasting the grass at various stadiums. "I can tell you one thing," he once said. The grass in tiger Stadium tastes the best."