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Bossier City Local Attractions

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Places To Visit Near Bossier City

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American Rose Center

Experience nature at its finest when you visit Americas largest park dedicated to roses! Winding paths, babbling brooks and thousands of glorious roses invite you to relax and enjoy the beauty that abounds here. Surround yourself with vibrant blooms and delicious floral scents as you stroll through 20,000 magnificent roses.

Directions: South on Clyde Fant to Lake St., Right on Market to I-20 towards Dallas, go to Exit 5 - Greenwood, right to Jefferson Paige

(318) 938-5402

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Barnwell Garden and Art Center

Dedicated to the advancement of cultural activities in the city, R.S. Barnwell Memorial Garden & Art Center is situated along the banks of the smooth-flowing Red River. The combination art and horticulture facility was the first of its kind in the Southwest. Visitors to the center will find continuous displays in both fields as well as periodic special exhibits.

Directions: South on Clyde Fant, go under Texas St. bridge, Barnwell Garden on left

(318) 673-7703

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Sci-Port Discovery Center

(Children's Education)

Sci-Port Discovery Center provides an educational and entertaining environment for people of all ages to explore and actively participate in the world of science and technology. The Center develops a comprehensive view of the world through the interaction of science and the humanities and serves as a catalyst to encourage lifelong learning.

Directions: South on Clyde Fant to Milam, turn right, 1 block to the Sci-Port Center

(318) 424-3466

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Spring Street Museum

Take a trip back in time with us to see what life was like when Shreveport was young. Built in 1865 as Tally's Bank, the Spring Street Historical Museum is housed in one of the oldest remaining buildings in downtown Shreveport.

Directions: South on Clyde Fant to Milam, turn right, 1 block to museum

(318) 424-0964