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Louisiana's Old State Capitol

  • 100 North Boulevard At River Road Baton Rouge, LA 70801-
  • (225) 342-0500
A National Historic Landmark standing high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. Houses the Old State Capital Museum of Political History which contains several state of the art exhibits. Louisiana's "castle-on-the-river" is the recipient of distinguished awards for architecture and exhibit design. Climb the cast iron staircase and view a stained glass cathedral dome in this unique blend of Gothic and Victorian architecture. Admission to the museum is free.
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  • Date or Year the Hotel was Built: 0001-01-01
  • Last Hotel Renovation /Restoration (Date/Year): 0001-01-01

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