See what local bloggers have to say about Shreveport and Bossier City

Local bloggers have their fingers on the pulse of the community and through their blogs and vlogs have searched out the most unique, interesting, and crazy good times in Shreveport and Bossier City. Those blogs are amazing resources when you are looking for things to do in Shreveport and Bossier City.

Check out their videos and subscribe to their blogs to stay up-to-date about fun things to see and do in Shreveport and Bossier City.

Start planning your next vacation by requesting an Official Shreveport-Bossier Visitor Guide.

Chris Jay, www.20x49.com

Chris Jay is the public relations/social media manager for the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau. The 20X49 blog is a project of the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau. Chris explores new restaurants, concerts and new happenings in the sister cities.

Watch Chris's video about Food in Shreveport-Bossier

Jada Durden, www.lovingthislifejada.com

Jada Durden is a local freelance writer for The Times of Shreveport and blogger. She is often seen around town at all of the events sharing her passions for food, culture, arts and entertainment and #lovingthislife through her blog.

Watch Jada's video welcoming the Women in Travel Summit to Shreveport-Bossier

Her Travel Tribe, www.hertraveltribeboutique.com  

Lani Bailey-Lowe founded Her Travel Tribe Boutique in order to curate bespoke experiences for ladies. Bailey-Lowe has created a "travel tribe" for women around the globe to travel together in intimate groups, create organic friendships and networks, and experience excursions of a lifetime enriched by culture, the camaraderie of new friends, and the magic of foreign places. 

The Life of a Fabulous Nobody, http://tloafn.blogspot.com/

LaShina Mitchell created The Life of a Fabulous Nobody to share her newfound love all things food, travel and life. Check out her blog for write-ups of Louisiana Food Prize experiences, thoughts on life in Shreveport-Bossier, and more.  

That Just Happened, ThatJust.com

Robin Rials Williams created That Just Happened to celebrate and promote the good stuff #ThatJustHappened in the Northwest Louisiana community and surrounding areas.   

Free Attractions

Artspace

Artspace, located in downtown Shreveport, features art…

Barksdale Global Power Museum

See vintage aircraft and U.S. Air Force memorabilia at…

Betty Virginia Park

The 23-acre Betty Virginia Park offers a walking trail,…

Boom or Bust Byway

The Boom or Bust Byway follows Highway 2 and is defined by…

Bossier Parish Library Historical Center

Learn about the people and culture of Bossier Parish.…

C. Bickham Dickson Park

C. Bickham Dickson Park sits on 585 acres and offers…

David Raines Community Center

David Raines Community Center and Park sits on 17 acres…

East Bank Gallery

Walk around art exhibitions featuring regional artists and…

Elvis Presley Statue

A bronze statue of Elvis Presley stands tall in front of…

Free Things to Do

Visiting Shreveport-Bossier doesn't have to cost a lot of…

J. Bennett Johnston Waterway Regional Visitor Center

Learn about the Red River, past and present. The center…

James Burton Statue

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist James Burton's…

Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

Explore the world’s largest private holding of original…

Louisiana State Exhibit Museum

Tour more than 20 unique dioramas in a building noted for…

Louisiana State Exhibit Museum - Free Admission

Visit the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum. Free admission…