Established in 1956, Louisiana State Archives was started with an aim to help people reach the historical records of the country’s significant events. The official repository was solely meant to protect, collect and preserve the written heritage of Louisiana. It has records from the Spanish, French and American past of the state. Visiting the place, you will find over 30,000 cubic feet of archival materials, a library and many books on the general history of Baton Rouge. If you are someone interested in the city’s history and culture, you might want to come here and explore. Visit the library, read the books and interact with the people, there is plenty to learn for the tourists in Louisiana State Archives.
How to Reach Louisiana State Archives
- Bus Station- Essen Ln @ United Plaza Blvd- S
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Lots of research materials and very helpful staff.