Amusement Parks in Louisiana


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  • The House of Shock
    For the last 20 years, satanic cults, monsters, and the undead have been congregating at The House of Shock to perform unspeakable horrors in the name of Halloween. Envisioned by a crack team of fright experts, including Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo, this seasonal haunt has been featured in the Travel Channel's Halloween's Most Extreme, Rolling Stone, Maxim, and Top Haunts magazine's list of the Top 13 Haunts nationwide. The house's exhibits are so scary that they've caused some extreme reactions. Allegedly, one patron's heart stopped beating. After she was resuscitated and rushed to the hospital, it was determined she had technically been dead for a short period. As a live metal band strikes its first ominous chords, the fright fest kicks off with a nightly horror show of pyrotechnics, death metal, live stunts, and masochists. Adrenaline levels soar as courageous guests tiptoe through the coffins, ornate gravestones, and crumbling mausoleums of an ancient graveyard. The house's professional actors don't just slink by waving chainsaws and body parts—they tear apart bodies and scare the dickens out of guests who brave the interactive horrors of a funeral parlor, a morgue, and a butcher shop's dreadfully rotten cuts of beef. The adventure reaches terrifying new heights in a controversial satanic church, where flickering candles and hellfire cast eerie shadows on demonic worshipers and their torture victims. The onsite Hell's Kitchen churns out thematic eats and adult beverages to help frightened guests regain their senses before they revert to a mental world where the only conflict is over which Teletubby wore it best.
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    319 Butterworth St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Country Roots
    The Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra began when four women started playing string quartets at each other’s homes. After more than 62 years and four chimneys clogged with quarter notes, their hobby has grown into a nationally recognized musical powerhouse. On top of producing nine Masterworks concerts and three chamber concerts a year, the BRSO brings in guest musicians every season for its Great Performers in Concert series. Each one-night-only event sees the ensemble collaborating with a different heavy hitter, from Yo-Yo Ma to Natalie Cole.
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    220 St. Louis St.
    Baton Rouge, LA US
  • Mudbug Madness Festival
    Since 1984, Shreveport has paid tribute to a cherished Louisiana tradition—the crawfish boil—with its annual Mudbug Madness Festival. As many as 56,000 people flock each day to what has blossomed into one of the state’s most popular Cajun festivals, where they nosh on succulent seafood and compete in crawfish-eating contests that encourage participants to test their stomach size and sabotage their opponents by sneaking lobsters into their bowls. “One year, we had a man eat 42 pounds of crawfish in 30 minutes,” marvels festival coordinator Melanie. “We’ve cut it down to 15 minutes since then.” In addition to eating crustaceans, attendees can also lure them across the stage during crawdad-calling contests. “It gets really lively,” Melanie says, describing how the sirens-in-training are allowed to do nearly anything they can think of to entice the crawfish into their reach. Cajun, zydeco, and jazz tunes waft through the air during the festivities, emanating from three stages helmed by headliners such as Wayne Toups, Rockin’ Dopsie, Jr., Super Water Sympathy, and Windstorm. The rhythms reach the ears of shoppers browsing original artwork and handmade jewelry in the arts area, expanded after previous years' success. On Thursday, local athletes can work up an appetite in the 5K race. Children of all ages burn off energy in the kids' area, where they can somersault in the bounce house, tackle art projects, or plop down in front of a stage where magicians and storytellers keep their young minds off the uncertain fate of lollipop futures.
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    101 Crockett St, Festival Plaza
    Shreveport, LA US
  • Mardi Gras Party Beads
    Shop the unique blend of clothing and shoes at Mardi Gras Party Beads in Metairie and create your own stylish wardrobe. Don't fret! Parking options are readily available near Mardi Gras Party Beads. When you need to spice up your personal wardrobe, you can count on Mardi Gras Party Beads in Metairie to have some unique items.
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    2805 North Causeway Boulevard
    Metairie, LA US
  • Vermilionville
    Vermilionville serves up delicious, authentic Italian cuisine the whole family will love. Take the kids along too — this restaurant is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love. Large groups will appreciate Vermilionville for its ability to seat them quickly. For comfortable outdoor service, Vermilionville sets up a seasonal patio. Vermilionville honors a business casual dress code, so formal wear can be left behind. Need to get out of the house? Order and pick up from this restaurant. Can't get enough of Vermilionville's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. Forget the hassle of street parking and head to Vermilionville for easy access to parking lots. Vermilionville offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists. So head on over to Vermilionville and send your taste buds on a delicious trip to Italy.
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    300 Fisher Road
    Lafayette, LA US
  • Coaching for Success
    Looking for a place to take the kids this weekend? Look no further than the action-packed rides and boundless fun of Coaching for Success in Lake Charles. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles. When you need an adventure, head on over to this amusement park and go on thrilling rides all day long.
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    3113 Ryan Street
    Lake Charles, LA US

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