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Louisiana, with a humid subtropical climate, is an awesome tourist destination with a rich history and legacy, melodious music, flavorsome foods, and many more. Bordered by Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas, it has swamps, wetlands, bayous and cotton and sugar plantations. When it comes to the mode of communication, English and French are the two chief languages spoken in this region. However, the former is more dominant. The state boasts many places for tourists to visit and explore. For the accommodation of tourists, there are many vacation home rentals in Louisiana, equipped with all the modern facilities and amenities. They include apartments, condos, cottages, chalets for all sizes and budgets.

The Top Must-See Attractions of Louisiana

DeQuincy Railroad Museum

This building dates back to 1923 and finds its position among the National Register of Historic Places. Hence, it is of great national importance to tourists. It has a large variety of railroad equipment and many other memorabilia. A steam locomotive of 1913 and a Pullman passenger coach of 1947 are the two admirable objects of this museum. It is a perfect place for those, who want to explore something new about this history of trains.


This museum is a great source of information about Acadian settlers, who belonged to the 18th and 19th centuries. The amazing thing about it is that historians and craftspeople demonstrate their folk crafts and skills that they have gained from the previous generations.

Laura Plantation

Since 1994, this farm has been open for visitors to see and explore. It is assumed that it was a sugar plantation for 180 years. It has exhibits related to the memoirs of Laura Locoul. The most remarkable feature contained in it is an exhibit dedicated to the lives of those, who were enslaved in this place. Moreover, there are also collections that include documents and photos related to African-American, who used to live and work in this farm.

Old State Capitol

This is a historic landmark building and is one of the most impressive buildings in terms of architecture and design. Its room is crenellated and the main entrance features two huge towers. Located on a hill, it enables tourists to have the glimpse of the Mississippi River. It houses a museum, which includes important documents, artefacts and many other exhibits that throw light on the history of this state.

Mardi Gras

This building is one of the top attractions in the southwestern part of Louisiana. The biggest fiesta is celebrated here with street celebrations, a parade and balls.  A huge crowd gathers to join this grand celebration. Here, tourists can get a good chance to interact with craftsmen and artists, who come here for the decoration of this event.  About half of the event’s props, costumes and floats are made here by artists in this building. 

National WWII Museum

This museum reminisces tourists of the war fought in Europe. ‘Road to Berlin’ is one of the most impressive exhibits in this museum, where tourists get an opportunity to delve in the past that relates to battle zones, with sounds and sights. In addition, other exhibits include details that grip the D-Day invasion of Normandy, the obstacles overcome by Merchant Marines and Seabees in extending support to the troops, etc. The displays of the museum comprise a large variety of technologies that make history more enjoyable to tourists. 

New Orleans' French Quarter

This is the most ancient and popular neighborhood in New Orleans. It is expected to be 300 years old. During the Mardis Gras celebrations, it remains crowded with lots of visitors. It is a wonderful place for tourists to enjoy dining, entertainment, shopping and sightseeing. Bourbon Street is the most famous area that remains abuzz with live music. Louis Armstrong Park is another famous touristic spot that includes fountains, trails and a huge statue of Louis Armstrong.

Vacation Rentals in Louisiana

Vacation rentals are available at affordable rates in Louisiana. For getting more information, tourists are advised to refer to one of the best websites, Find American Rentals. It provides no booking fee vacation rentals for all budgets to tourists.  Besides being spacious and comfortable, they are equipped with all the modern facilities and amenities. Vacation villa rentals are better and more comfortable for those, who want to live along with their families.