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During your stay in Louisiana, here are some suggestions of things you may like to see and do.  If we can do anything to assist you during your time in Louisiana, please do not hesitate to ask.

  1. Visit ASL Pewter shop and see pewter being made the way it was in the 1700’s.
  2. Take a picnic lunch to River View Park and enjoy a spectacular view.
  3. Try out our Historical Homes Walking tours of beautiful homes on Third and Main Streets.
  4. Bring your walking shoes and tour the Henry Lay Sculpture Park just west of town on Highway UU.
  5. Call The Studio at Seventh to arrange a tour of the sculpture and oils of Jon Moran.
  6. Visit Stark Bros Garden Center and view a collection of Luther Burbank’s equipment and notes.
  7. Visit the historical Stark Log Cabin purported to have been the home to 13 children!
  8. Visit Reflections of Missouri Gallery (in the old Stage Coach Depot) and enjoy John Stoeckley’s Pen, Ink & Watercolor drawings of historical landmarks and sites in Missouri and the Midwest.
  9. Visit The Eagle’s Nest Winery for wine tasting and visit Cozy Corner Wine Shop for more wine tasting.
  10. Bring your boat up or down the Mississippi River, put in at the public ramp, dock at the city slips and enjoy visiting downtown Louisiana. The neighboring Two Rivers Marina has gas and slips for over night stays or just take a trip up the Salt River.
  11. Enjoy over 20 large murals that adorn the town.
  12. Hoffman Gardens offer a huge selection of Day Lilies and other flowering plants and veggies to take home.
  13. Eagle watching at the beautiful River Front is delightful in the winter.
  14. The Louisiana Area Historical Museum is a fun place to dig thru the history of Louisiana.  Open 9 am to 3pm Monday thru Friday.
  15. Love history? Then you may enjoy the Cemetery Tour Guide available for the Pike county Cemeteries.
  16. Speaking of Cemeteries, visit the Louisiana Riverview Cemetery and see the Civil War Memorial as well as the amazing view of the Mississippi River from the top.
  17. Like old Railroad history? We have one of the oldest swing railroad bridges still operating in the nation across the Mississippi River.
  18. Get a county map and search the back roads.
  19. Bring your paints and discover the beauty of the local hills and valleys to capture with brush and paint.  You can do this with your camera also!
  20. Near by Ted Shanks Conservation and Ranacker Conservation areas offer great hiking, photography, drawing and painting opportunities, as well as nature recording opportunities.
  21. Arrange to take a Kayaking lesson on Salt or the Mississippi Rivers.
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