Bossier City is home to more than 66,000 people and is closely associated with Shreveport. There are a lot of attractions in the city that you can visit on a charter bus in Bossier City, Louisiana.
When it comes to adult entertainment, the city has several riverboat casinos that are open 24 hours. There is Boomtown Casino and Hotel, where you have 30,000 square feet of gaming space that houses more than 1,100 slot machines and more than two dozen table games. You can also enjoy live thoroughbred racing at Harrah's Louisiana Downs, and the more than 1,300 slot machines and close to four dozen table games at Margaritaville Resort Casino. You should also check out Diamondjacks Casino and Resort, and Horseshoe Casino and Hotel.
Visual arts lovers should trek to East Bank Gallery where the works of regional artists are promoted, as well as to the Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Museum where you can find the second most extensive collection of Mardi Gras royalty costumes in the world. Meanwhile, you can catch the performances of the Academy of Children's Theatre at the East Bank Theatre.
Further, you should get on a charter bus in Bossier City, Louisiana and tour the city's downtown murals by going the six blocks of Barksdale Boulevard and seeing the works of such notable artists as Abby Kent and Buddy West. Or check out the three major sculptures: Dignitas, Red River Blues, and Three Fold Unity.
There are several shopping malls that you can go to in Bossier. There's the Airline Plaza Shopping Center, the Louisiana Boardwalk Outlets, The Stirling Bossier Shopping Center, and the Pierre Bossier Mall. You should also check out the shops on Villaggio Main Street.
Then you have the city's must-try restaurants, including Sabores Dominican Restaurant, Cascio's Market Bistro, 2Johns Steak and Seafood, L'italiano Restaurant, and Don Juanz Baja Beach Tacos.
The Golf Club at StoneBridge has 18 holes and close to 6,900 yards at the longest tees, giving it a par of 72. The golf course was designed by Gene Bates and Fred Couples and opened in the 1990s. It has a 72.6 course rating and a 136 slope rating.
Visit the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center where you can learn more about the culture, history and heritage of Bossier Parish through books, exhibits and photographs. Meanwhile, the Talbot Museum gives you a glimpse into the history of more than 150 years of medicine.
Visit Liberty Garden, which serves as a memorial to the men and women who were in the police and fire service and who lost their lives in the line of duty. Admire the beautiful landscaping, check out the fountain, and rest at the benches in the park.
Then head out to Red River National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center where you can appreciate the natural beauty of the river, view wildlife, and see interpretive displays. This is also an ideal place for hiking, fishing and photography.
You should also check out the city's many parks, including Arthur Ray Teague Parkway, Bicentennial Neighborhood Park, North Bossier Park, Hooter Neighborhood Community Park, and Mike Wood Memorial Park, among many others. You could enjoy playing sports, having a picnic, swimming and other outdoor activities at these parks. You can also play tennis at Bossier Tennis Center, and baseball at the Field of Dreams Park.
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