Tourists to Louisiana can visit some of the important military history sites, such as the Fletcher-class destroyer the U.S.S Kidd, or explore the unique cuisine of the region by going on one of the popular food tours. Additionally, tourists can visit the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve or take a tour of the Honey Island swamp.
The U.S.S Kidd was named after Isaac C. Kidd, Sr., a Medal of Honor recipient who was killed while serving on the U.S.S Arizona during the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. She is one of only four Fletcher-class destroyers left in existence as of 2015 and the only one that is preserved in her World War II configuration. She now serves as a floating museum that people can visit.
Food tours are another popular option, as Louisiana is home to many unique styles of food, including Cajun and Creole. Travelers can experience different parts of the same cuisine through a food tour or experience them all at once.
Another popular attraction is the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Tourists to this part of Louisiana can learn about Cajun culture from the people who were the first to live it. Or, tourists can take a tour of the Honey Island Swamp, which is considered one of the least-altered and purest examples of what a swamp is really like, and they can take pictures of the various wild animals, such as wolves and deer.