Natchitoches Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

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780 Front St., Suite 100 Natchitoches, LA 71457

Natchitoches, Louisiana is the destination for groups! Perfectly positioned off interstate 49 and easily accessible from Interstates 20 and 10 it is only 4 hours from New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, Natchez, Jackson and Little Rock. Natchitoches has that quaint Southern charm and is known as Louisiana’s Bed & Breakfast Capitol and features two boutique hotels in the historic district and 11 national chain hotels.

Top group experiences include:

  • Trekking through the National Historic Landmark District, a historic hub, full of Creole architecture; historic homes; Louisiana’s oldest general store; walking tours; kayaking; Steel Magnolia movie sites; and culinary delights;
  • Exploring the Louisiana State Museum featuring award-winning modern architecture, Louisiana sports legend exhibits, and 3,000 years of distinctive regional culture.
  • Discovering Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site, a full-scale replica of the fort built by adventurer and founding father, Louis Juchereau de St. Denis.
  • Traveling the Cane River Heritage Trail, a Louisiana Scenic Byway featuring the most intact French Creole cotton plantations in the U.S. at Cane River Creole National Historical Park and Melrose Plantation a National Historic Landmark, showcasing the African House (a National Treasure) and a collection of work by folk artist Clementine Hunter.
  • Celebrating with us all throughout the year at arts and crafts; food; folk-life; historic homes and music festivals and don’t miss the Christmas Festival of Lights, six weeks of activities featuring over 300,000 lights illuminating the district beginning the week before Thanksgiving.

We Offer:

  • Sample Itineraries
  • Fam Trips
  • Welcome Reception/Greeting
  • Discounted Group Rates
  • Motorcoach Parking
  • Welcome Packets

Adventures continue at a recreation center featuring an 80-foot bluff, civil war history including a buried submarine and a pre-historic whale skull; and panoramic vistas at a national forest. Plan your trip today!

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