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The weather cools during fall in Louisiana as the excitement heats up in Mercedes-Benz Superdome for New Orleans' own NFL Saints. Outside NOLA, the Louisiana State University Tigers light up Baton Rouge, while the Ragin' Cajuns hit the Cajundome at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Fall football is serious fun in Louisiana.
If fall football isn't for you, head to Crescent City for the famed Garden District, French Market, and of course, the French Quarter and Bourbon Street – a music, food, and history experience. From the electric hum of Nawlins to the many Louisiana state parks, the Bayou State never runs dry of fall fun.
Experience the enchantment of Plantation Country in St. Francisville and Lake Charles, but don’t leave without treating yourself to world-famous Creole cuisine. Here in Cajun Country, indulge in steamy gumbo, fresh and filling jambalaya, or a crunchy shrimp po’ boy. Now get to know authentic Louisiana with a fall festival. Check out the Andouille Festival in La Place, or try northern Louisiana for the annual Red River Revel in Shreveport.
Fall is a particularly ideal time for a road trip in Louisiana. Pack up the wagon and hit the road – be sure to check out the Historic Central Louisiana Tour, the Top of the Boot Tour, or the always fun New Orleans Weekend Tour.