Shreveport-Bossier COVID-19 update: Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has instituted a gradual reopening of many businesses with occupancy restrictions, enhanced sanitation, social distancing, personal protection equipment and other appropriate protection measures necessary to protect the health and safety of the people in Louisiana.  The statewide mask mandate has been lifted. However, mask policies in Louisiana will be set by local leaders and business owners. Under the Governor’s new public health order, masks will still be required on public transit and in state government buildings, K-12 schools, early childhood education centers, colleges and universities, and healthcare facilities. Before you visit a business, please call to confirm that they are open, and to find out what restrictions are being enforced at that location.

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Spring Street Museum


Enjoy free admission at the Spring Street Museum. Learn about the history of Shreveport's oldest days with new interactive exhibits and old artifacts documenting Shreveport's infamous Red Light District, Civil War history, and more than 2,200 relics that tell bits and pieces of Shreveport's history. This Civil War-era building with its New Orleans-style cast-iron grillwork was originally a bank. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Take a look at the Spring Street Museum in these 360°-view videos:
View from Spring Street
First-floor view from entry
First-floor view from center of room
First-floor view from back of room
Second floor
View from balcony