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When you're looking for something just for you – whether you come alone or with your family, we have a range of things to keep you busy. Or, we have just enough to help you relax.

  • ASEANA Festival

    The ASEANA Festivals are held at the ASEANA Asian Gardens at the corner of Milam and Texas Street in downtown Shreveport. Each festival highlights a different Asian culture and its food, art, dance, games, martial arts and more.

    Milam Street at Texas Avenue
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 401-8078 Fax: Alt: (318) 797-4258 Email:

  • Barksdale Global Power Museum

    The Barksdale Global Power Museum is not only a memorial to the base's success in battle, but a recognition of many men and women who sacrificed their lives to maintain peace in the US. The museum has six galleries including one dedicated to President George W. Bush's stop at BAFB right after the tragedies of Sept. 11. 88 Shreveport Rd
    Barksdale AFB, LA 71110 Tel: (318) 456-4171 Fax: (318) 456-5558 Alt: (318) 752-0055 Email: Web:

  • Battle of the Gumbo Gladiators

    Held at Festival Plaza, gumbo gladiators from near and far will compete for the title of Ultimate Gumbo Gladiator. Home cooks, weekend chefs and professionals are all invited to compete for the glory. The public is invited to sample gumbos and vote on their favorite. 101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 425-4413 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Church of the Holy Cross Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana

    In 1839, Shreveport was an unruly river community. Commerce radiated from the riverfront of what is now downtown. The first Episcopal congregation gathered in an unfinished store on the riverfront, and The Rt. Rev. Leonidas Polk, Bishop of Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, celebrated the Eucharist, even as he was threatened by rowdy dock workers who wanted no organized religion invading their town. In the coming years, the parish of St. Mark's was formed and chartered, with its first place of worship built at the corner of Market and Fannin Streets. The Civil War left the little building in poor repair, and in 1905 the parish of St. Mark's moved to their new building at the junction of Cotton Street and Texas Avenue. The people of St. Mark's worshiped in this building almost 50 years before moving to their present location on Fairfield Avenue in 1954.

    Believing the Church should continue to have a presence and ministry in the “inner city,” 126 people of St. Mark's bought the building on Cotton Street and formed The Church of the Holy Cross in 1954.

    As the downtown area continued to decline in population and commerce, the Episcopal Church has responded to a call to minister to those people who have made their homes in the neighborhood: homeless people and indigent people with HIV-AIDS. Today our primary ministry is to our homeless neighbors, serving them in Holy Cross' day shelter, Hope House. Holy Cross is designated a Jubilee Ministry of The Episcopal Church.

    We continue to partner with others in our community to serve the poorest of the poor in our community of Shreveport and Bossier City.

    875 Cotton St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 222-3325 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Consortium Venue

    Consortium Venue is an event venue for receptions, weddings, banquets, business meetings and private parties. We provide an all-occasion venue that creates a welcoming atmosphere for individuals, groups, organizations and companies to come together to participate in a common activity for business or pleasure.

    Consortium Venue was established in 2007 with more than 15 years of experience in planning events of various types and sizes and 20 years of experience in business management. Let us host your bridal affairs, social gatherings, and business events.

    1925 N Market
    Shreveport, LA 71107 Tel: (318) 424-5383 Fax: (318) 606-5115 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Cypress Nature Study Center

    Cypress Black Bayou features camp sites, cabins, fishing, picnic area and zoo. The nature center is a great place to study the outdoors. The center's multi-use facility includes a large interpretive center, classrooms, animal lab (that features fish, crawfish, turtles and their alligators “Thunder” and “Lightening”. It's also a great starting place to explore the park's 4.5 miles of trails situated on an 84-acre forest and wetland area. 545 Beach Cir
    Benton, LA 71006 Tel: (318) 965-5800 Fax: (318) 965-1034 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Davis Homeplace

    This home dates back to 1916, with the original furniture, lighting pieces, working oil lamps, working transoms, push button lights, and pocket doors. By appointment only. 804 Wilkinson St
    Shreveport, LA 71104 Tel: (318) 221-3881 Fax: (318) 221-4641 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Elvis Presley Statue

    A bronze statue of Elvis Presley stands tall in front of the Municipal Auditorium where the king of rock `n' roll performed on the Louisiana Hayride for the first time in October 1954. 705 Elvis Presley Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 841-4000 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Escaped Images

    Centenary College's resident dance company. Electric in style and techniques, including modern jazz, tap and performance dance and theatre.
    2911 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104 Tel: (318) 869-5077 Fax: Alt: (800) 259-6447 Email: Web:

  • Festival Plaza

    Excellent location in walking distance of riverfront and downtown activities, including casinos, The Spirit of the Red River Cruise, and Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center. Includes parking, a main gateway, streetscapings, pedestrian walkways, permanent bathrooms, stages, and concession stands for the many year round festivals held here. 101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 673-5100 Fax: (318) 673-5105 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Four Permanent Art Islands

    A variety of sculptural approaches by local artists to symbolize community heritage are located on Texas Street in downtown Shreveport. There is a statue of Huddie Ledbetter, Past/Present, Quilt Kiosk and Oil and Gas sculpture. A mural on the outside wall the Shreveport-Bossier Convention & Tourist building at the corner of Spring and Crockett Street depicts some of the activities the bureau staff promotes. Texas Street Downtown
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 673-6500 Fax: (318) 673-6515 Alt: (318) 673-6504 Email: Web:

  • Gilbert & Sullivan Society

    Founded in 1971, the mission of The Gilbert & Sullivan Society is to present high quality musical productions of Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and other community theatricals. 205 E. Southfield Rd.
    Shreveport, LA 71105 Tel: (318) 868-1429 Fax: (318) 212-3755 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Group Experience - All About the Roses

    Engage your senses and experience the world of roses at the American Rose Center located 10 minutes west of downtown Shreveport. You will learn about the care, cultivation and history of one of the world's most popular flowers – roses. Stroll the gardens and grounds that display many unique rose varieties, including the test gardens and the horizon garden, which showcases some of the newest roses. At the end of the tour, guests will actually get to taste roses in tea and jelly.

    • Price: $10 per guest
    • Minimum: 15 guests Maximum: 50 guests
    • Availability: April 1 – October 31; Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    • Tour Duration: 1.5 hours
    • Booking Contact: Carol Spiers; (318) 938-5402, ext. 223
    • Location: The American Rose Center
    8877 Jefferson Paige Road, Shreveport, LA 71119
    • Download the flyer: All About the Roses

    8877 Jefferson Paige Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71109 Tel: (318) 938-5402 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Group Experience - Science is Fun

    Let Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center engage you in fun experiences that debunk the myth that science is scary and only for students. Taste-test liquid nitrogen ice cream, observe the constellations on the day you were born and experience how a Van de Graaff generator can make your hair stand up straight. Take part in this adventure to create new and fun science memories as you move from experience to experience in this Top 10 science center.

    • Price: $15 - $30 per guest (download flyer for details)
    • Minimum: 25 guests Maximum: 100 guests
    • Availability: Must be booked at least two weeks prior to date.
    Wednesday – Friday: 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    • Tour Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
    • Booking Contact: Anne Lutz; (318) 424-8697;
    • Address: Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center
    820 Clyde Fant Parkway, Shreveport, LA 71101
    • Website:
    • Download the flyer: Science is Fun

    820 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 424-8697 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Historical Tours

    The Shreveport-Bossier downtown areas retain many historic landmarks, including what is widely acknowledged to be the finest collection of important 20th century architecture in the state. Map brochures available for the following tours at area visitor centers.
    Tel: (318) 222-9391 Fax: Alt: (800) 551-8682 Email: Web:

  • Holiday in Dixie

    One of the oldest festivals in the south celebrates the beginning of spring and the Louisiana Purchase. This festival includes a 10-day carnival at Festival Plaza, the classic parade. a treasure hunt, live music, and family fun. 101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 865-5555 Fax: (318) 868-9577 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Homegrown: Provenance Farmers Market

    This open-air market offers fresh produce and meats from farmers all around Louisiana, East Texas, and Southern Arkansas, handmade crafts, local art, ready-to-eat food, and much more. There will be live music at each market and face painting Saturday only. The markets and concerts will take place in Greenleaf Park, a newly opened park in the Provenance neighborhood, which offers a beautiful outdoor setting with many trees. The events are free and open to the public. Check website for dates and times .

    1968 Bridgewater Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71106 Tel: (318) 683-0399 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Jubilee Zoo

    Pet and feed animals, ride the carousel ponies, tour the zoo on a hayride, moonwalk, or set up a nice picnic in the playground area. 6402 Highway 1 North
    Shreveport, LA 71107 Tel: (318) 929-7387 Fax: Alt: (318) 929-PETS Email: Web:

  • KTBS-3 Independence Day Festival

    In honor of the United States Military, this celebration features food, music, fireworks, and fun for the whole community. 101 Crockett St Suite A
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 861-5800 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Let The Good Times Roll Festival

    The good times just keep coming at this annual festival highlighting African American culture with entertainment, crafts, and great food. 101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 470-3890 Fax: Alt: (318) 393-7084 Email: Web:

  • Logan Mansion

    The Logan Mansion, a magnificent 1897 Queen Anne Victorian home, offers a narrated tour complete with ghost stories. $10 per person. Tours by appointment only. Special holiday tours offer for Halloween and Christmas. 725 Austin Pl
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 459-2285 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Louisiana Dance Foundation

    A non-profit organization offering ballet, ballroon jazz, pilates, and tap with ages from 3 to adult. We have collaborated with more than fifty organizations such as the Shreveprot Regional Arts Council, Shreveport Symphony, Shreveport Opera, Red River Revel, and the Strand Theatre.

    Located at 4801 Line Ave., Suite 18, Shreveport, LA. (318) 861-3006 4801 Line Ave., Suite 18
    Shreveport, LA 71106 Tel: (318) 861-3006 Fax: (318) 861-3020 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Mardi Gras in the Ark-La-Tex

    Mardi Gras in the Ark-La-Tex provides great fun for families, as well as those who like to party hard!

    Over the course of the two major parade weekends, there are seven parades. The two largest parades, Krewe of Centaur and Krewe of Gemini, offer a no-alcohol family zone.

    This party is a grand display of pageantry. The floats are meticulously crafted to reflect various themes. Millions of throws and trinkets are tossed to those below yelling, "Throw me something Mister!" Bring your lawn chairs and a bag to hold all of the throws you'll catch!

    For assistance planning your Mardi Gras experience, download the Gris Gris Guide to Mardi Gras 2015 or request a copy by calling (888) 45-VISIT.

    Visit our event calendar, , to see a list of Mardi Gras events.

    various locations
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 222-9391

  • Marlene Yu Museum

    The Marlene Yu Museum is the first contemporary art museum in Shreveport. Located inside the Rainforest Foundation Headquarters, it is an international destination for nature-inspired arts as well as an educational and cultural hub attracting young talent to work, play, and stay, and furthering the area's intergenerational family values. 710 Travis St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 717-9111 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Meadows Museum of Art

    Located on the campus of Centenary College, the museum's permanent collection features the work of French academic artist Jean Despujols documenting the people of Indochina. Visit their website for an exhibition schedule. 2911 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104 Tel: (318) 869-5169 Fax: (318) 869-5730 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Norsworthy Gallery

    One of downtown's hidden gems featuring premier artists from around the country, local water colorists, student works, Louisiana animal artists, and paintings done by Gwen Norsworthy. The exhibits always opens with a lovely reception that is open to the public. 214 Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 424-6764 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Oakland Cemetery

    Oakland Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The earliest tombstone dates back to 1842. At least 16 Shreveport mayors and 1,000 Confederate soldiers are buried there. 1000 Milam St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 673-7895 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Pamoja Art Society / Cultural Art Center

    Pamoja Cultural Art Center offers numerous endeavors that advance artistic development and appreciation of art through activities such as art exhibits, workshops, art classes, theatre plays and cultural dance classes, lectures, and poetry expressions. Pamoja is a clearinghouse for African-American visual and performing artists in northwest Louisiana. 3806 Linwood Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71103 Tel: (318) 638-8739 Fax: (318) 635-8001 Alt: (318) 220-9132 Email: Web:

  • Pioneer Heritage Center

    The early pioneers of Shreveport-Bossier lived very rustic and a tour of these plantation homes demonstrates the lives of the early settlers. Visitors will be engaged as they tour an original dog trot home and medical office built in the 1830s to early 19th Century. It is located on the campus of Louisiana State University in Shreveport and open to the public. One University Pl
    Shreveport, LA 71115 Tel: (318) 797-5339 Fax: (318) 797-5110 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Randle T. Moore Center

    This stately home, constructed in 1920 with the use of Swiss craftsmen, is at the southeast corner of Kings Highway and Fairfield Avenue. The owner, Randle T. Moore, donated the home to the City of Shreveport, which converted it into the Randle T. Moore Community Center. It is a beautiful setting for weddings, formal events, meetings and more. 3101 Fairfield Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71104 Tel: (318) 673-7817 Fax: (318) 673-6423 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Scottish Rite Cathedral

    One of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Shreveport houses the Shreveport Consistory of the Scottish Rite, highest order of Freemasonry. It's lavishly ornate theater, stage, social hall; reception and meeting rooms make it an exceptional venue for the finest social events. Open Monday - Friday 8-3:30 pm. 725 Cotton St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 221-9713 Fax: (318) 226-0843 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Shreveport Railroad Museum

    The museum contains railroad artifacts, memorabilia, and items of interest to NW Louisiana's storied RR past. Showcases the history of railroads in and around Shreveport since 1860. 142 N. Common Street
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 797-8008 Fax: Alt: (318) 631-9164 Email: Web:

  • Shreveport Water Works Museum

    This National Historic Landmark was built in 1887. This was the nation's last operating steam-powered water works when the steam engines were retired in 1980. 142 N. Common St
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 221-3388 Fax: Alt: Email: Web:

  • Splash Kingdom Water Park

    Opens Memorial Day weekend and closes Labor Day weekend. This water park's mission is to glorify God, while providing safe and fun water recreation for families. Some of the water attractions include the big bends, flash flood, wave pool, cannonball and kid's castle. 7670 W. 70th St
    Shreveport, LA 71129 Tel: (318) 938-5475 Fax: (318) 938-1183 Alt: (318) 938-5473 Email: Web:

  • State Fair of Louisiana

    The official State Fair of Louisiana boasts 14 thrilling days of fun for everyone with free daily circus shows, plenty of games and rides, with some of the most unique fair food in the nation. It is the "Official" State Fair for Louisiana with the largest livestock shows and carnival in the state. 3701 Hudson St
    Shreveport, LA 71109 Tel: (318) 635-1361 Fax: (318) 631-4909 Alt: Email: Web:

  • Theatre of the Performing Arts of Shreveport

    This non-profit organization whose mission is to foster the culture, arts, and history of African-Americans. The 12th Annual Yazzy Youth Jazz Concert will take place on Friday, May 23, 2014 at the Municipal Auditorium. 4005 Lakeshore Dr
    Shreveport, LA 71109 Tel: (318) 525-0740 Fax: (318) 525-0720 Alt: (318) 621-8914 Email: Web:

  • Woman's Department Club

    Grand manner and easy elegance is found in a landmark building with modern conveniences. It has a 440 seat auditorium with rentals available. Listed on the National Archives Historical List. 802 Margaret Pl
    Shreveport, LA 71101 Tel: (318) 222-4186 Fax: (318) 222-4186 Alt: Email: Web:






















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