From the Gothic Revival Architecture of Baton Rouge’s Old State Capitol to the quaint and colorful city of Natchitoches; from the prehistoric earthworks of Poverty Point to the unforgettable experience at The National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana Travels makes the rounds to these unique locations, showcasing sites no one should miss!
Episode 101: Avery Island; Natchitoches, LA; Poverty Point
• In this premiere episode, Charlie heads to Avery Island, the birthplace to Tobasco, visits Natchitoches, LA - recently named Best Small Southern Town by USA Today readers, and tours Poverty Point – the 3,500 year old earthen mounds historical site named a United Nations World Heritage Site in 2014.
Episode 102: Atchafalaya Basin with C.C. Lockwood; Global Wildlife; Eddie Robinson Museum
• LPB’s Charlie Whinham is hitting the road again in a vintage 1966 Chevy Suburban to showcase some of Louisiana’s top travel destinations. Charlie explores the Atchafalaya basin on a photography field trip with C.C. Lockwood, catches a Safari wagon ride at the Global Wildlife Center, tours the Eddie Robinson Museum in Grambling, LA., and taste tests some award winning spirits at the Bayou Rum Distillery.