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The total driving distance from San Antonio, TX to New Orleans, LA is 543 miles or 874 kilometers.
Your trip begins in San Antonio, Texas. It ends in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Beaumont is the halfway point between San Antonio and New Orleans. It’s about 284 miles from San Antonio and 262 miles from New Orleans.
There are 4 roadside attractions along the highway in Beaumont:
1. Visit Lucas Gusher at Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum, located close to Highway 69, Highland Avenue Exit. This roadside attraction is a replica gusher. It blows water into the sky just like how it was done on January 10, 1901.
2. Another famous roadside attraction is the Beaumont 135-foot alligator – Big Beau. Big Beau is located off I-10, exit 838. He is made of wood, metal siding, metal framing and rubber. Besides Big Beau, the park has over 300 alligators and other reptiles including crocodiles, turtles and snakes.
3. Happy Half Wit, Beaumont’s muffler man stands at 25 feet tall in front of Ken’s Muffler. Located off I-10 exit 851.
4. Beaumont’s Giant Fire Hydrant known as the Dalmatian Hydrant is located at the Beaumont Fire Museum of Texas (off I-10 exit 855A).
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