1001 Gould Drive
Bossier City, LA 71111
Phone: (318) 747-6220
Fax: (318) 747-3424
Tuttle Park is located on Preston Boulevard, towards the northeast of Bossier City, LA. The neighborhood green spot is roughly shaped like a pentagon and is situated near important attractions and popular hotels of the city. Take some time out of your schedule, sit and relax here. You can also grab a to-go from one of the many nearby restaurants and enjoy a relaxed lunch at Tuttle Park.
The main parish library service site, Bossier Parish Library features a major collection of reference and research books. They have 16 internet and 6 word processing computers located within the building.
Resources at the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center include church records, newspapers, maps, books, census records, collections, and manry genealogy files.
This fun center offers visitors an arcade, laser tag, gymnastics, pizza and birthday parties.
This garden honors local and national firemen and policemen who sacrificed their lives.
Five murals within six blocks of Barksdale Boulevard.
A family entertainment center that features popular video games, prize redemption games, a prize gallery, fun promotional activities, and more.
If you're into the history of war and nuclear power, the Barksdale Global Power Museum is a must-visit. It showcases some of the most powerful machines used during wars and explains how they function. It is an engaging site to learn about the machines used throughout the ages.
Featuring the Rose Plaza with 35-foot tall steel roses, a 300-foot long floating dock, and a 200-foot long interactive water plaza.
"One of the few combined art and garden centers in the Southwest", this horticulture and art facility features a domed botanical garden conservatory that contains native plantings, tropical plants, and seasonal plants. A sculpture garden is also on site that features a walkthrough bronze sculpture and a fragrance garden.
Nestled on the the scenic Red River's banks, Shreveport Festival Plaza remains a buzzing venue for a range of cultural events and performances. Holiday in Dixie, MudBug Madness and Let the Good Times Roll occupy the plaza premises. The striking blue tower situated in the heart of the plaza calls on spectators and art enthusiasts to participate in the festivals and concerts held here.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Caddo Parish Courthouse sits on 2.5 acres which was the original site of a courthouse which was used as the State Capital of Louisiana the Civil War. Special features of the courthouse include Rosatta marble walls, pink and gray Tennessee marble with a border of Belgian black marble floors, and bronze lamps.