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. Although many businesses have been approved for limited reopening, some nonessential businesses will remain closed to the public. Before you visit a business, please call to confirm that they are open, and to find out what restrictions are being enforced.
The Fairfield Historic District boasts some of Shreveport’s oldest and most beautiful homes. Situated just a couple of miles from the bustling Shreveport downtown area, the area was one of Shreveport’s most prosperous neighborhoods in Shreveport’s early days. It continues to be a popular destination with its unique variety of architectural styles including Victorian, Queen Anne, Eclectic Revival, American Four Square and charming bungalows. The district is recognized in the National Registry of Historic Places. You might even recognize some of the homes that were locations in Hollywood movies!
The district is bounded by Fairfield Ave. and adjacent streets and roughly bounded by Olive and Dalzell streets., Line Ave., and Kings Hwy. in Shreveport.