Zachary is a city in East Baton Rouge parish, Louisiana, United States. It lies 16 miles (26 km) north of the city of Baton Rouge, and had a population of 14,960 at the 2010 census, up from 11,275 in 2000.
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4.5 based on 46 reviews
You can absorb the fascinating exhibits in the visitors center then hike to various spots to see additional panels and exhibits, including the cliff over what used to be the Mississippi River where battle action took place. It has many trails for hikes so taking lunch or major snack along is recommended since the scenery is peaceful and there is no food or drink in addition to the drinking fountain at the Visitors Center.
5 based on 14 reviews
This is a classic Blues Juke Joint
Teddy's is the last of its kind... featuring fantastic Blues musicians from around the country. The bar has as much of a character as Teddy does! They have the largest chicken wings I've ever eaten, too. If you want to experience a true Blues concert, Teddy's is the place!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The keepers of the Port Hudson National Cemetery were very cordial, understanding, and professional. They were truly wonderful. Though it was a difficult time for the family and friends, they make it more pleasant.
4.5 based on 200 reviews
With thematic exhibits on diverse aspects of Louisiana history, industry and culture, the museum includes two permanent exhibits: Grounds for Greatness: Louisiana and the Nation and Experiencing Louisiana: Discovering the Soul of America.
This place is stuffed with information in thorough, interesting, detailed displays. You can go through it more quickly if you need to and still take away some good knowledge, but the best thing is to allow a few hours to really take it all in....or...MoreThank you for your kind review! Check out our website for information on our changing exhibitions and free/low cost programming.
4 based on 5 reviews
The wife and I decided to have Daiquiri for Mardi Gras Day. Coconut Willy's in Zachary is relatively new, so we decided to give it a try.
In the Zachary Commerce Center located SW corner of Hwy 964 (Old Scenic) and Hwy 64.
Same center as Sammy's Grill.
Plenty of parking, but you may have to walk a bit.
Not a large bar. Self seat. 4 tall tables with 4 chairs each and 5 tall chairs around the bar.
It appears they do a healthy carry-out business.
They have 10 daiquiri machines, beer, and mixed drinks.
There is no table service so you have to order at the bar.
The bar attendant was very nice and did not mind providing numerous samples until the wife and I decided on Jungle Juice and Strawberry respectively. Very fast service!
Happy Hour is Mon - Thu till 7 pm
Mon - Thu Domestic beers $2.00 and Premium beers $2.50
Mon/Wed Med Daiquiris are $5.50. Tue/Thu Large Daiquiris are $6.75
Domestic beers are Bud, Bud Lite, Coors Light, Miller Light
Premium beers are Ultra, Bud Lime, Corona, Corona Light, Abita, Heineken.
Beer Buckets everyday are Domestic 5 for $11 and Premium 5 for $13.
We did not see a food or appetizer menu.
There are 2 large flat screen TV's on the walls
Restrooms are very clean
Also smoking is allowed.
Overall, a nice little bar for a quick stop or watch a sports game.
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4.5 based on 3 reviews
The course is built in/around a nice, growing neighborhood. Rate was only $25 on a Tuesday afternoon with hardly anyone else on the course.
First the not so good, the greens. The condition in/around the greens wasn't too good due to lack of water. Not sure if they are having drought issues, but they could use some water. In no way is this a game stopper, but if the greens were in better shape I would've given a 5 instead of 4 rating.
Now the Good - 6 Par 5s - are you kidding me??!! Sprinkled in a couple drivable Par 4s and you'll be falling in love with this place like I did! The Copper tees (whites) play 6,190 so each of those Par 5s were reachable on 2nd shot for me (18 handicap) which was fantastic. Some holes had slightly tighter tee shots (#14 was the worst), but most had generous target areas. Highly recommend purchasing a yardage book ($2) for first timers.
It got 'buggy' later in the afternoon, but not too bad.
If you're in the BR area, make the drive - you won't be sorry.
4.5 based on 515 reviews
The U.S.S. Kidd is a Fletcher-class destroyer that was built during World War II. She was commissioned in April 1943. At the time, the U.S.S. Kid was the six hundred & sixty-first destroyer to be built for the Navy. She was named after Rear Admiral Isaac Kidd, Sr., who was killed at Pearl Harbor, as he was was aboard his flagship - the U.S.S. Arizona. She served the Navy well and even though she sustained battle damage, she was repaired and went on to serve in Korea and was decommissioned in June 1964, after 21 years of service. Buck was the docent. He was very friendly, personable and very informative about the U.S.S. Kidd. The U.S.S. Kidd is located on the Mississippi River at Baton Rouge's Riverfront Plaza. Besides the ship itself, there is also the U.S.S. Kidd Museum and the Louisiana Memorial Plaza is immediately adjacent to the museum. We happened to be there on a day when there was heavy fog, so at the beginning of our tour, the ship almost appeared ghostly. The U.S.S. Kidd has been designated a National Historic Landmark and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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4.5 based on 540 reviews
Once described by Mark Twain as the "ugliest thing on the Mississippi," this neogothic building, situated atop a bluff, contains a stained-glass dome, an impressive spiral staircase and a museum covering state politics.
My husband and I were in Baton Rouge on our New Orleans trip. We drove over to Baton Rouge to see the capital building. We went over to the old capital, which should been open, but we couldn't get in. The outside looked beautiful, though.
4.5 based on 588 reviews
This art deco masterpiece has been the site of a bombing, an assassination and the infinite machinations of state kingpins and politicos.
I stopped by to check off another capitol on my way back from Mardi Gras in New Orleans and did not think this would be a highlight, so I was pleasantly surprised. The skyscraper design is really interesting; it was Governor Long's idea to show that the state was progressive. He considered a dome/rotunda as wasted space and offices in the tower could be rented out. The day I visited they were not offering guided tours, but all of the staff were enthusiastic and knowledgeable and two people even left their desks to show me their favorite details and other points of interests.
Some interesting things to check out include: Huey Long's grave in the front, the many bullet holes in the hallway where he was shot (ask staff to point it out), a fragment in the ceiling from a bomb that exploded in the 70s as part of a labor dispute, the detailed Art Deco lobby, and the free observation deck with view of the capitol lawn and Mississippi River.
When I visited there was some restoration work concerning the limestone going on in the front of building, but the building was still open from a side entrance. I was able to find a free street parking space in the back of the building, but I'm not sure how many free public spaces are available.
The staff made the visit fun, educational, and memorable, and it's been one of my favorite capitols to visit. This place is definitely worth a stop!
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