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LSU Tigers baseball fans know Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field well. Host to some of the loyalist fans in collegiate sports, Alex Box Stadium sees thousands of people walk through the gates each season. Aside from being home to the LSU Tigers, special events and concerts have also been held at Alex Box Stadium. Alex Box Stadium has a spectator capacity of over 100,000 and is one of the largest stadiums in the United States.
The Box, as it is affectionately known around the LSU campus, was originally built in the 1930s, but the new Alex Box Stadium was opened in 2009. The new state-of-the-art stadium provides comfort, excitement, and posh amenities for fans, players, and coaches. In May 2013, the field at Alex Box Stadium was named Skip Bertman Field. Stanley “Skip” Bertman led the LSU Tigers to seven Southeastern Conference Championships and five College World Series Championships.
While the stadium itself may not seem like a tourist hotspot, it should be on your must-see list when visiting Baton Rouge. The history and championships won on the Skip Bertman Field at Alex Box Stadium are some of the most magical in collegiate sports history. You can take a tour of the stadium, run the bases, sit in the dugouts, check out the posh suites, and shop for LSU apparel and souvenirs while you are at the stadium. Grab a snack or a full meal during game day at one of the concession stands or in the lounge. The stadium was named in 1943 after Alex Box, one of the LSU Tigers outfielders in 1942. In 1943, Box was killed in action in North Africa during the Second World War.
Whether you are visiting Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field for a day of fast-paced, exciting LSU baseball or just wandering through the area, you do not want to pass up the opportunity to explore the area around the stadium and get a feel for all things Baton Rouge. Foodies will enjoy spicy, authentic Cajun cooking, historians will fall in love with the museums, parks, and monuments, and shopaholics will rejoice in the many outlets and shopping centers nearby.
Pay a visit to Mike the Tiger’s Habitat on the LSU campus, a 15,000-foot habitat created for the school’s mascot, a live Bengal Tiger, named Mike
Explore the Magnolia Mound Plantation, built in 1791 on the banks of the Mississippi River and learn about the French Creole history that heavily influenced the area
Pack a picnic and head over to the Riverfront Plaza where you can stretch out under the trees, take a stroll along well-manicured trails, or join in a spirited game of basketball
Grab tickets for the USS KIDD Veterans Museum and step aboard a Fletcher-class destroyer ship and wander through the displays honoring veterans
Head over and explore the BREC’s Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, a 103-acre conservation park dedicated to preserving the natural swampland in Louisiana
Wander through the Capitol Park Museum for a quick lesson on the culture and history of Louisiana
Stroll through the Old Governor’s Mansion, the official home of Louisiana’s governor from 1930 through 1963
Shuttle from Farr Park and the disabled patron parking lot
Capital Area Transit System (CATS) Touchdown Express
Baton Rouge is a bustling college town filled with locals, students, and tourists. Alex Box Stadium is a great place to start your tour of the city and learn more about this interesting and festive city. It can be burdensome to go exploring with luggage or large bags in tow, so pull up the Bounce app and find a location near Alex Box Stadium for a convenient, safe place to stow your bags while you are off seeing the city. Bounce is an easy service that even the locals have found helpful when out and about.
Don’t be weighed down by bulky or heavy bags while you are visiting Alex Box Stadium or exploring the neighborhood around it. Locate a Bounce partner near the stadium to drop your bags for the day. Explore without being burdened by extra weight, slowing you down.
Luggage Storage Near Old State Capitol Building
You will not want to miss seeing the Old State Capitol Building when you are in Baton Rouge at the Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field. This historic building was the home of Louisiana’s State Legislature beginning in the mid-1800s through the 1930s. While inside the capitol building, be sure to look out and marvel at the picturesque views of the Mississippi River. Being built on a bluff overlooking the river gives this building a romanticized feel. Visitors many times mistake the capitol building for a medieval castle rather than a government building.
Enjoy static and hands-on exhibits throughout drawing you into the history of the state and showcasing the rugged determination of the people in this true melting pot of cultures. Activities tailored to children, students, and adults are found throughout, making it a fun experience for all instead of just another stuffy museum. Be sure to sign up for the Ghost of the Castle Show, where you may come face to face with Sarah Morgan, the resident ghost of the Old State Capitol Building. Leave your bags are a nearby Bounce location so you can stroll through the building with ease.
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No visit to the area is complete without heading to the Baton Rouge Zoo filled with over 2,000 different animals. Located just 15 minutes outside of Baton Rouge and operated by the Recreation and Park Commission of East Baton Rouge Parish. Spend a sunny day strolling through the zoo or catch a ride on the zoo’s train to get you from place to place.
The reptile house is an absolute fan favorite with its native and exotic reptiles on display and education center, where you learn more about these scaly, slithering creatures. The primate house is another favorite spot for visitors to catch glimpses of apes, orangutans, gorillas, and various monkeys. Drop by Otter Pond or Parrot Paradise for animal shows and exhibits. Grab refreshments throughout the zoo at snack bars and trendy food courts. Be sure to drop in at the gift shop for some fun and funky souvenirs to commemorate your trip to the Baton Rouge Zoo. Bulky bags will make your zoo experience less than stellar, so drop your bags with Bounce for safekeeping.
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Take an afternoon and nab tickets for the LSU Rural Life Museum. This is not your typical stuffy museum but an actual plantation where visitors can tour historic buildings and see history come to life right before their eyes. Located on the Burden Plantation, the LSU Rural Life Museum sits on 40 acres. It has 30 different historically significant buildings portraying the life and history of Baton Rouge. The buildings take you back to the 1800s and lead you through the everyday life of the people living and working on the plantation.
Tours are offered where you can learn from your guide more about the significance of each building and artifact found throughout. Spend the day imagining the daily life of the plantation workers and owners as you immerse yourself in period-centric furnishings, tools, and textiles.
Bring your camera but use the Bounce app to find a location close by to drop your bags so you can freely wander through the LSU Rural Life Museum.
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