Louisiana GeauxVernor Tom Michaels
Any LSU fan can be a GeauxVernor, but if you want to speak at the podium, you’ll have to do it in the beautifully restored Old Louisiana State Capitol Building. My family has made it down to Baton Rouge for some LSU home football games, and when we’re in the area, we’ve visited…
- T J Ribs – where you’ll see LSU’s only Heisman Trophy (Billy Cannon -1959)
- Louisiana State Capitol Building – go behind the elevators & you’ll see the bullet holes in the wall where “The Kingfish”, Huey Long, was gunned down in 1935.
- Tin Roof Brewing (near the campus)
- Restored Old Louisiana State Capitol Building
…& many other places of interest that we cover at TomsMaHauL.com . The view from the top of the Louisiana State Capitol Building is so cool, because you walk all the way around and see for miles and miles! It’s the tallest state capitol building in the U.S. The LSU game at Tiger Stadium is the icing on the cake. The other stuff to go see, is… the cake. More photos and descriptions of places we’ve been during our family journeys to LSU games in Baton Rouge, on my TomsMaHauL website Geaux Tigers page HERE