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LSU Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge Baton Rouge is the capital of the state of Louisiana. It is also the second largest city in the state. College sports play a significant role in the culture of Baton Rouge. If you are a college football fan then you must know that Baton Rouge is the home to LSU Tigers, the athletic teams of Louisiana State University. Its official team nickname is the Fighting Tigers. The team mascot is “Mike the Tiger”. Many people visiting the city go to Tiger Stadium, the home stadium of the LSU football team. Originally built in 1924, the stadium currently has the seating capacity of 92,542 people. The stadium generates one of the best game day atmospheres in American college football. It is also very hard to beat LSU tigers in the home ground. You can also visit the LSU Rural Life Museum located not too far from the stadium. Located on the Burden Plantation, the museum commemorates the contributions made by state’s various cultural groups through interpretive programs and events throughout the year. It is divided into three areas: the Barn, the Working Plantation and the Louisiana Folk Architecture. The Barn houses numerous artifacts from the 19th century such as farming equipment, tools, furnishings and utensils. The Working Plantation includes a commissary, overseer's house, kitchen, slave cabins, sick house, schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, sugar house, and grist mill. The Louisiana Folk Architecture exhibits include a country church, pioneer's cabin, Carolina cabin, shotgun house, Acadian house and dogtrot house. While you are there, don’t forget to visit Louisiana State University campus. This beautiful campus offers a variety of attractions including a Union Art Gallery, a Museum of Art, a Greek Theatre and Museum of Natural Science.

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A few more things in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge Louisiana's Old State CapitolThe Louisiana State Capitol draws thousands of visitors to the city each year. Located at the city center of Baton Rouge, it is the capitol building of the state of Louisiana. The building houses the Louisiana State Legislature, the governor's office, and parts of the executive branch. This 450 feet tall and 34 story building is the tallest capitol building in the United States. It is also the tallest building in Baton Rouge. The capitol building is located on a 27-acre tract. The building features sculptures depicting scenes from regional as well as national history. As you walk through main entrance, you will reach a series of steps with the names of all the states in the order they have admitted to the Union. This building replaced the Old Louisiana State Capitol building, built in 1847. The Louisiana's Old State Capitol is a popular place in Baton Rouge. It housed the Louisiana State Legislature until the current capitol building was constructed. It was built in the shape of a Castle and functioned as a Castle. The building is also known as the Louisiana Castle or the Castle of Baton Rouge by the locals. Louisiana Art & Science Museum is another well known place to go while visiting Baton Rouge. The museum offers educational entertainment for people of all ages. The art galleries showcase both permanent collection and changing fine art exhibitions. The Ancient Egypt Gallery exhibits ancient artifacts and a Ptolemaic-era mummy. that rests in a re-created rock-cut tomb. The Planetarium at the museum features sky shows, large-format films, visual music shows and space science galleries. If you have children, you can take them to the Baton Rouge Zoo, located just north of downtown Baton Rouge. The zoo was opened in 1970. Today, it is home to over 1,800 animals from around the globe. The zoo exhibits are divided into three sections: Elephant Oasis, Otter Pond and Parrot Paradise. The zoo offers various education programs including outreach, reading programs, day camps, classes and workshops.