- TripBuzz found 25 things to do indoors in the Baton Rouge area. From Shaw Center for the Arts to L'Auberge Casino & Hotel, Baton Rouge offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 22 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 24 different types of things to do inside in or near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Casinos, History Museums, Art Museum and Bowling.
- There are 14 indoor activities in Baton Rouge, and 11 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Gonzales, Denham Springs, Thibodaux and Jackson.
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Adjacent to the State Capitol 900 State Capital Drive, Baton Rouge, LA MoreLess Info
The historic Old Arsenal Museum is an educational museum that contains exhibits about the history of the State Capitol grounds and the historic powder magazine. The museum is open from Tuesday through Saturday.
Providing entertainment for all ages, All Star Lanes is more than a bowling center. Along with bowling leagues for both youth and adults, the facility is equipped with a snack bar and an outdoor miniature golf course.
Louisiana State University, more commonly known as LSU, is considered to be one of the most beautiful college campuses in the southern United States with plenty of landscaping and lovely architecture. There are also several attractions on-site including the Museum of Natural Science, Greek Theatre, and the Unio…
93% 27 votes
845 N. Jefferson Ave., Port Allen, LA 70767 MoreLess Info
West Baton Rouge Museum comprises of multiple historic structures dating back to 19th and 20th centuries which feature a wide range of West Baton Rouge Parish memorabilia including authentic documents, artifacts, photographs and more.
Laguna Beach Daiquiris specializes in rehearsal dinners, parties and festivals. Laguna Beach Daiquiris provides music, late night, on-site catering to its customers. They also serve a wide variety of drinks.
89% 37 votes
236 Hwy. 61, Jackson, LA 70748 MoreLess Info
Port Hudson State Historic Site on the Mississippi River marks the location where the longest siege of the American Civil War took place. The premises also contain many hiking trails, interpretive plaques and artillery displays.