Louisiana is undoubtedly most famous for its Mardis Gras festival. RV rentals in Louisiana have been a huge attraction to Mardis Gras. This can fall anywhere from early February to early March, so check the calendar if you plan on visiting New Orleans to catch Mardi Gras on your RV rental trip. This is a unique experience you cannot have anywhere else - and one that draws visitors from around the world. Continue on to visit Bourbon Street, which has a variety of shops, nightclubs, restaurants, and other attractions featuring beautiful architecture. Don't forget to stop in at the French Quarter, where architecture from post-revolutionary years has been preserved as a historical landmark.
If you find yourself in your RV rentals in Louisiana are closer to Shreveport than New Orleans consider instead a visit to its Red River District. RV rental customers will find something for everyone in the family, whether it is a comedy club, relaxing music, or enjoying a meal in a five-star restaurant. Also in Shreveport is the Louisiana State Museum, well known for its large murals on Louisiana's history, as well as many dioramas and frescos.
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In Baton Rouge, during your RV rentals in Louisiana, stop in at the Louisiana Arts and Science Museum, which includes a Planetarium. It has both observe-only and hands-on exhibits, so RV rental customers with young children will find it is entertaining for everyone. Then take a tour around the Louisiana State University Campus, and visit a real Indian burial mounds site preserved by the campus. The University's Greek-style amphitheater hosts a wide variety of interesting performances.
For an experience unique to Louisiana, take a swamp river cruise guided by experts on the swamplands. If you visit in season, you may even be able to feed the swamp alligators - definitely a memorable experience for many RV rentals in Louisiana!