1419 East 70th Street
Shreveport, LA 71105
Phone: (318) 797-9900
Fax: (318) 798-2923
1419 East 70th Street, Shreveport, LA, US, 71105
- Phone: (318) 797-9900
- Fax: (318) 798-2923
See how early settlers lived during the 1830's through the 1860's at this unique center that features authentic buildings from the pioneer days of Northwest Louisiana including a big house from Caspiana Plantation and a log dogtrot house that are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A kid friendly amusement venue that offers, paintball, a Big Rig ride, arcade games, and an inflatable bouncy with a ballpit. An extensive menu of hamburgers, hot dogs, corn dogs, pizzas, and more is also available.
Fun for the whole family. In the Zone is an indoor party and play zone featuring interactive inflatables. Enjoy the obstacle courses, slides, combo units, interactive games, toddler activities, and more. They provide the whole family with great entertainment. Relax while the kids have fun. Kids love doing it all at their own pace. Bring your kids in for safe, active play during any Open Play time. IN THE ZONE offers party packages that make it easy and affordable for you to plan your next party. Come join the fun with a birthday party, sports celebration party, school field trip or any kind of event where you need to have some fun.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this church is the oldest African-American Baptist Congregation in Shreveport.
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.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Caddo Parish Courthouse sits on 2.5 acres which was the original site of a courthouse which was used as the State Capital of Louisiana the Civil War. Special features of the courthouse include Rosatta marble walls, pink and gray Tennessee marble with a border of Belgian black marble floors, and bronze lamps.
This garden honors local and national firemen and policemen who sacrificed their lives.
Five murals within six blocks of Barksdale Boulevard.
Featuring the Rose Plaza with 35-foot tall steel roses, a 300-foot long floating dock, and a 200-foot long interactive water plaza.
"One of the few combined art and garden centers in the Southwest", this horticulture and art facility features a domed botanical garden conservatory that contains native plantings, tropical plants, and seasonal plants. A sculpture garden is also on site that features a walkthrough bronze sculpture and a fragrance garden.
The oldest church building in Shreveport, this Romanesque Revival church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features a main altar made of the purest Italian Carrera marble and over 60 stained glass windows, five of which memorializes five French Catholic priests who died during the yellow fever epidemic of 1873.
"A scientist's, historian's, and artist's delight", this National Historic Landmark was built during the late Industrial Revolution era and was the last operating steam powered water purification plant in the United States. This building, which is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, still contains its original turn-of-the-19th century equipment.