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Attractions & Recreational Activities


>> Visit the Sci-Port Discovery Center, at Clyde Fant Parkway, which offers visitors interesting, unusual exhibits, including a bed of nails, as well as fun, educational activities such as building skeletons.


>> See the art works of Charles M. Russell and Frederic Remington at the R.W. Norton Art Gallery, located on Creswell Avenue. During spring, the museum's garden offers amazing views, presenting more than 10 000 beautiful, blooming azaleas.


>> Taste a bit of the local history by visiting the Spring Street Museum, on Spring Street, where you will see exhibits that reveal the times and history of Shreveport City from its beginnings.


Sports & outdoor events


One of the most popular sports events that are held annually in Shreveport include the Annual Independence Bowl post-season college football game, held at the Independence Stadium.


Sports lovers who are visiting Shreveport can either participate as fans in the many professional college games that are happening during the year, including baseball, football and soccer, performed for the public at the Stadium, or they can take advantage of the various competitive and non-competitive sport-related activities, offered in places like Cargill Park sports complex or in one of the 36 public tennis courts in the city, including 6 public golf course.



The list of annual festivals and fairs that happen in Shreveport, LA includes:


>> the African American History Parade Celebration, held in the first week of February,


>> the largest children's festival in the state, which is the Artbreak, celebrated each May, featuring a fun week-end filled with music, dance, delicious food and theatre performances, including a 5k road race,


>> the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, happening in early May, which is a celebration of the Hispanic culture through entertaining activities, including music and tasty food,


>> as well as the Lead Belly Blues & Folk Festival, which happens in February, described as a fun, family celebration event, featuring Chinese oil paintings, lots of fun, music, exhibits and the customary food merchants.




People say that Shreveport has an interesting and varied nightlife scene, despite the fact that it is not a very big city.


It's not as thriving as in other cities, but there are plenty of choices and fun things to do if you're planning a night out, depending on what you're looking for.


There are many bars in the downtown area which stay open until 6 am in the morning, and other bars which stay open until 2 am. Of course, just like in any other city, the best nights to go out are on Fridays and Saturdays, when almost all the nightspots in Shreveport are packed with party lovers, especially college students.


Music lovers can choose to go to Lee's, where they can listen to quality blues music and they can find R&B at the Vodoo Cafe and Kokopelli's.


Among the most popular nightspots in Shreveport are considered to be The Blind Tiger, The Camelot Lounge, the Phoenix Underground and the Rockin' Rodeo, where people can have fun dancing with friends, as well as the Funny Bone, the favorite local comedy club.


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