Old Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge

100 North Blvd

Louisiana Old State Capitol

Louisiana Old State Capitol is a historic government building located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It was built in the mid-19th century and served as the state's capitol building until the early 1930s. It is known for its distinctive Gothic architecture and has been referred to as the "Castle on the River." The building has played a significant role in Louisiana's political history, including hosting the state's secession convention in 1861. Today, it serves as a museum that explores the state's political history and features exhibits on Louisiana's governors, the Civil War, and the role of women in politics. The Louisiana Old State Capitol is a fascinating destination for anyone interested in Louisiana's rich political history.

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