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New Orleans is a storied city known for boisterous celebrations, vibrant nightlife, world-class cuisine, and music legends. A historically rich location, NOLA is home to sprawling parks surrounded by large plantations, colorful buildings, and longstanding dining establishments. A true fusion of French, African, and Southern American cultures creates a unique destination unlike any other.

Enjoy a drink or few in any of the bars on infamous Bourbon Street, taste the beignets at Café Du Monde, or listen to the live music on Frenchmen Street. A trip to the “Big Easy” is not complete without tasting the spicy delicacies of the area. Dine on classic Creole gumbo, enjoy boiled crawfish, alligator pie, and stop in at one of the many restaurants that serve a New Orleans po' boy. Don’t forget to check the calendar for which festival is taking place while you are in town. The city hosts over 100 events a year, including the legendary Mardi Gras, the French Quarter Fest, and the Essence Music Festival, as well as Festigals and the Running of the Bulls.

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Mercedes Benz Superdome

Mercedes Benz Superdome
1500 Poydras Street LA New Orleans, 70112
1 504 587 3810
Home of the New Orleans Saints, as well as host to the AllState Sugar Bowl, the Superdome is a legendary stadium. In addition to hosting historic Super Bowls, boxing matches, and concerts, the

Commander's Palace

Commander's Palace
1403 Washington Avenue LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 899 8221
Since 1880 Commander’s Palace has been a local landmark in the city’s Garden District. Enjoy phenomenal brunch, lunch, and dinner menus that offer a fresh take on Creole classics.

Elizabeth's

Elizabeth's
601 Gallier Street LA New Orleans, 70117
1 504 944 9272
Real southern hospitality and “real food, done real good” is served at Elizabeth’s. The comfortable, low-key atmosphere welcomes guests to come, dine, mingle with others, and just enjoy the food.

Cane and Table

Cane and Table
1113 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 581 1112
Cane and Table presents an innovative menu perfect for a sharing long meal with great friends. Make sure to pair your dinner with the original cocktails from award-winning mixologists.

Nola Restaurant

Nola Restaurant
534 Saint Louis Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 522 6652
As one of Emeril's three restaurants in the city, Nola celebrates the best of New Orleans cuisine. The eatery boasts a menu with one-of-a-kind dishes that pull together Creole, Southern, and global influences and flavors.

RiverWalk Outlets

RiverWalk Outlets
500 Port of New Orleans LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 522 1555
Find premium outlet discounts right in the heart of downtown New Orleans. The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk features over 50 retail outlets including Coach, Gap, Loft, Fossil, Steve Madden, Kenneth

Domilise's Po-Boy & Bar

Domilise's Po-Boy & Bar
5240 Annunciation Street LA New Orleans, 70115
1 504 899 9126
Domilise’s is a must-try family-operated restaurant with their giant po-boys sandwiches that are unlike anything you’ve ever had before.

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

French Quarter

French Quarter
LA New Orleans, 70116
The “Quarter” or Vieux Carr&eaacute; is the quintessential symbol and neighborhood of New Orleans. Home to the infamous Bourbon Street, lined by colorful row houses with cast-iron balconies, and

Louis Armstrong Park

Louis Armstrong Park
901 North Rampart Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 658 3200
Walk under the grand arched entrance of the Louis Armstrong Park and enjoy the great outdoors in NOLA. Dedicated to the jazz great, the park is a 35-acre park with walking paths, sculptures, duck

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
1 Canal Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 565 3033
As part of the Audubon Nature Institute, but located across town on the Mississippi River, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americans presents a deep understanding of underwater animals and nature. The

Acme Oyster House

Acme Oyster House
724 Iberville Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 522 5973
Seafood is the focus at the New Orleans staple. Acme is a casual, no frills just great food, eatery. A must-have is the namesake oysters, which come raw, chargrilled, or as shooters.

Preservation Hall

Preservation Hall
26 St Peter Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 522 2841
Preservation Hall was established in the 1960s to preserve, enjoy, and teach traditional New Orleans Jazz. Today, Preservation Hall is a music venue, a touring band, and a non-profit organization. The

Audubon Nature Institute

Audubon Nature Institute
6500 Magazine Street LA New Orleans, 70118
1 504 581 4629
The Audubon Nature Institute is a collection family-friendly museums and parks sure to dedicated to nature, wildlife, and preservation. Surrounding the Nature Center is the beautiful park with walking

Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World

Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World
1380 Port of New Orleans Place LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 361 7821
Looking to celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans anytime in the year? Then Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World is a must-see. Blaine Kern Studios has been the lead creator of the elaborate, colorful, and

French Market

French Market
1235 N. Peters Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 522 2621
Originally a Native American trading post, The French Market is an expansive shopping center in the French Quarter that dates back to 1791. Sprawling six blocks near Jackson Square, the market is home

New Orleans Botanical Garden

New Orleans Botanical Garden
1 Palm Drive, located within City Park LA New Orleans, 70124
1 504 483 9386
The New Orleans Botanical Garden, located in City Park, is lovely retreat in the city. The garden is filled with over 2,000 varieties of plants and flowers, a butterfly walk, lily pond, and year-old

City Park

City Park
1 Palm Drive LA New Orleans, 70124
1 504 482 4888
A sprawling green space with 1,300 acres of land, attractions, and activities, City Park is a New Orleans landmark. The park includes two football stadiums, 12 soccer fields, a tennis center with 26

Tulane University

The Civic Theatre

The Civic Theatre
510 O'Keefe Avenue LA New Orleans, 70113
1 504 272 0865
The Civic Theater was built in 1906, making it the oldest music venue in New Orleans. The intimate theater offers a wide variety of performances from local favorites to popular touring acts. While the

Creole Queen River Boat

Creole Queen River Boat
1 Poydras Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 529 4567
Experience the sights of the Mississippi River on an authentic paddle wheeler boat, the Creole Queen River Boat, which hosts two different tours on a daily basis for guests to enjoy. The Mississippi

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)

National WWII Museum

National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 528 1944
The National WWII Museum in New Orleans is an award-winning, official Smithsonian Institution. The four-atrium museum houses ground level tanks and transportation, WWII airplanes, and a Higgins PT-305

Old Absinthe House

Old Absinthe House
240 Bourbon Street LA New Orleans, 70112
1 504 523 3181
Sitting on the corner of Bienville and Bourbon Street, Old Absinthe House is a storied city tavern, dating back to 1807. With 200 years of history, the decor in the house is reminiscent of the years

The Spotted Cat Music Club

The Spotted Cat Music Club
623 Frenchmen Street LA New Orleans, 70116
Experience the live music that the Big Easy is known for at this Frenchman Street nightclub. Three live sets by local artists range from the essential Jazz, blues, Latin, Funk, and more are performed

Beauregard-Keyes House and Garden Museum

Napoleon House Bar & Café

Napoleon House Bar & Café
500 Chartres Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 524 9752
Napoleon House Bar & Café is an authentic New Orleans dining experiences. Housed in a home once offered to Napoleon for refuge, the national landmark was converted into a bar welcoming writers and

New Orleans Museum of Art

New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Circle LA New Orleans, 70124
1 504 658 4100
Established in 1911 with just 9 pieces of artwork, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) now boasts a collection of 40,000 works of art. Presenting fine works of photography, glass, Japanese art, and

Galatoire's

Galatoire's
209 Bourbon Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 525 2021
Dining at Galatoire’s, specifically a Friday Lunch, is a New Orleans tradition. Be patient, wait in line, talk to those around you, and then finally enjoy the succulent Creole-French cuisine.

Lilly's Café

Lilly's Café
1813 Magazine Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 599 9999
Located in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans, Lily’s Café is a local favorite for Vietnamese cuisine. The restaurant is praised as “the best pho in the city.”

Jackson Square

Jackson Square
700 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 658 3200
Set in the center of the French Quarter and surrounded by city landmarks such as St. Louis Cathedral, The Lower and Upper Pontalba Apartments, and the 1850 house, Jackson Square is a picturesque town

Café Du Monde

Café Du Monde
800 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 525 4544
You cannot go to New Orleans and not make a stop at Café Du Monde. Located in the French Market, the coffee shop has been serving New Orleans-style coffee and the sought-after beignets since 1862.

New Orleans School of Cooking

New Orleans School of Cooking
524 St. Louis Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 525 2665
After falling in love with the flavors of New Orleans, learn how to make local favorites at the New Orleans School of Cooking. Choose between the demonstration classes where you sit back, learn, and

Magazine Street

Magazine Street
LA New Orleans,
A stop anywhere on the six-miles stretch of Magazine Street is guaranteed to warrant some serious purchases. Known for the countless shops, the site offers everything from antiques to home furnishings

Aunt Sally’s Pralines

Aunt Sally’s Pralines
810 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 524 3373
Nowhere else can you find authentic New Orleans Creole Pralines made with a family recipe that has been passed down for four generations. Find the classic pralines, cookbooks, gift baskets, and more

Voodoo Authentica

Voodoo Authentica
612 Dumaine Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 522 2111
Learn about the deep spiritual beliefs of Voodoo at this cultural center and shop. Voodoo Authentica offer a variety of voodoo dolls, potion oils, and spiritual arts and crafts to purchase. The

St. Louis Cathedral

St. Louis Cathedral
615 Pere Antoine Alley LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 525 9585
The undeniable landmark of New Orleans, the beautiful white chapel with three steeples that overlooks Jackson Square is the St. Louis Cathedral. The magnificent building, which was completed in the

The 1850 House

Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits

Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
600 Poland Avenue LA New Orleans, 70117
1 504 948 9111
Originally a charming wine shop, and still operating as one, Bacchanal offers small sharing plates, tasty cocktails and spirits, and live jazz music.

Bienville House

Hotel Monteleone

Windsor Court Hotel

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Landmarks

Louis Armstrong Park
901 North Rampart Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 658 3200
Walk under the grand arched entrance of the Louis Armstrong Park and enjoy the great outdoors in NOLA. Dedicated to the jazz great, the park is a 35-acre park with walking paths, sculptures, duck
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
1 Canal Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 565 3033
As part of the Audubon Nature Institute, but located across town on the Mississippi River, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americans presents a deep understanding of underwater animals and nature. The
Preservation Hall
26 St Peter Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 522 2841
Preservation Hall was established in the 1960s to preserve, enjoy, and teach traditional New Orleans Jazz. Today, Preservation Hall is a music venue, a touring band, and a non-profit organization. The
Audubon Nature Institute
6500 Magazine Street LA New Orleans, 70118
1 504 581 4629
The Audubon Nature Institute is a collection family-friendly museums and parks sure to dedicated to nature, wildlife, and preservation. Surrounding the Nature Center is the beautiful park with walking
Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World
1380 Port of New Orleans Place LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 361 7821
Looking to celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans anytime in the year? Then Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World is a must-see. Blaine Kern Studios has been the lead creator of the elaborate, colorful, and
French Market
1235 N. Peters Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 522 2621
Originally a Native American trading post, The French Market is an expansive shopping center in the French Quarter that dates back to 1791. Sprawling six blocks near Jackson Square, the market is home
New Orleans Botanical Garden
1 Palm Drive, located within City Park LA New Orleans, 70124
1 504 483 9386
The New Orleans Botanical Garden, located in City Park, is lovely retreat in the city. The garden is filled with over 2,000 varieties of plants and flowers, a butterfly walk, lily pond, and year-old
City Park
1 Palm Drive LA New Orleans, 70124
1 504 482 4888
A sprawling green space with 1,300 acres of land, attractions, and activities, City Park is a New Orleans landmark. The park includes two football stadiums, 12 soccer fields, a tennis center with 26
The Civic Theatre
510 O'Keefe Avenue LA New Orleans, 70113
1 504 272 0865
The Civic Theater was built in 1906, making it the oldest music venue in New Orleans. The intimate theater offers a wide variety of performances from local favorites to popular touring acts. While the
Creole Queen River Boat
1 Poydras Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 529 4567
Experience the sights of the Mississippi River on an authentic paddle wheeler boat, the Creole Queen River Boat, which hosts two different tours on a daily basis for guests to enjoy. The Mississippi
National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 528 1944
The National WWII Museum in New Orleans is an award-winning, official Smithsonian Institution. The four-atrium museum houses ground level tanks and transportation, WWII airplanes, and a Higgins PT-305
Old Absinthe House
240 Bourbon Street LA New Orleans, 70112
1 504 523 3181
Sitting on the corner of Bienville and Bourbon Street, Old Absinthe House is a storied city tavern, dating back to 1807. With 200 years of history, the decor in the house is reminiscent of the years
The Spotted Cat Music Club
623 Frenchmen Street LA New Orleans, 70116
Experience the live music that the Big Easy is known for at this Frenchman Street nightclub. Three live sets by local artists range from the essential Jazz, blues, Latin, Funk, and more are performed
Napoleon House Bar & Café
500 Chartres Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 524 9752
Napoleon House Bar & Café is an authentic New Orleans dining experiences. Housed in a home once offered to Napoleon for refuge, the national landmark was converted into a bar welcoming writers and
New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Circle LA New Orleans, 70124
1 504 658 4100
Established in 1911 with just 9 pieces of artwork, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) now boasts a collection of 40,000 works of art. Presenting fine works of photography, glass, Japanese art, and
Jackson Square
700 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 658 3200
Set in the center of the French Quarter and surrounded by city landmarks such as St. Louis Cathedral, The Lower and Upper Pontalba Apartments, and the 1850 house, Jackson Square is a picturesque town
New Orleans School of Cooking
524 St. Louis Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 525 2665
After falling in love with the flavors of New Orleans, learn how to make local favorites at the New Orleans School of Cooking. Choose between the demonstration classes where you sit back, learn, and
Magazine Street
LA New Orleans,
A stop anywhere on the six-miles stretch of Magazine Street is guaranteed to warrant some serious purchases. Known for the countless shops, the site offers everything from antiques to home furnishings
Aunt Sally’s Pralines
810 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 524 3373
Nowhere else can you find authentic New Orleans Creole Pralines made with a family recipe that has been passed down for four generations. Find the classic pralines, cookbooks, gift baskets, and more
Voodoo Authentica
612 Dumaine Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 522 2111
Learn about the deep spiritual beliefs of Voodoo at this cultural center and shop. Voodoo Authentica offer a variety of voodoo dolls, potion oils, and spiritual arts and crafts to purchase. The
St. Louis Cathedral
615 Pere Antoine Alley LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 525 9585
The undeniable landmark of New Orleans, the beautiful white chapel with three steeples that overlooks Jackson Square is the St. Louis Cathedral. The magnificent building, which was completed in the
Mercedes Benz Superdome
1500 Poydras Street LA New Orleans, 70112
1 504 587 3810
Home of the New Orleans Saints, as well as host to the AllState Sugar Bowl, the Superdome is a legendary stadium. In addition to hosting historic Super Bowls, boxing matches, and concerts, the
RiverWalk Outlets
500 Port of New Orleans LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 522 1555
Find premium outlet discounts right in the heart of downtown New Orleans. The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk features over 50 retail outlets including Coach, Gap, Loft, Fossil, Steve Madden, Kenneth
French Quarter
LA New Orleans, 70116
The “Quarter” or Vieux Carr&eaacute; is the quintessential symbol and neighborhood of New Orleans. Home to the infamous Bourbon Street, lined by colorful row houses with cast-iron balconies, and

Restaurants

Acme Oyster House
724 Iberville Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 522 5973
Seafood is the focus at the New Orleans staple. Acme is a casual, no frills just great food, eatery. A must-have is the namesake oysters, which come raw, chargrilled, or as shooters.
Galatoire's
209 Bourbon Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 525 2021
Dining at Galatoire’s, specifically a Friday Lunch, is a New Orleans tradition. Be patient, wait in line, talk to those around you, and then finally enjoy the succulent Creole-French cuisine.
Lilly's Café
1813 Magazine Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 599 9999
Located in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans, Lily’s Café is a local favorite for Vietnamese cuisine. The restaurant is praised as “the best pho in the city.”
Café Du Monde
800 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 525 4544
You cannot go to New Orleans and not make a stop at Café Du Monde. Located in the French Market, the coffee shop has been serving New Orleans-style coffee and the sought-after beignets since 1862.
Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
600 Poland Avenue LA New Orleans, 70117
1 504 948 9111
Originally a charming wine shop, and still operating as one, Bacchanal offers small sharing plates, tasty cocktails and spirits, and live jazz music.
Commander's Palace
1403 Washington Avenue LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 899 8221
Since 1880 Commander’s Palace has been a local landmark in the city’s Garden District. Enjoy phenomenal brunch, lunch, and dinner menus that offer a fresh take on Creole classics.
Elizabeth's
601 Gallier Street LA New Orleans, 70117
1 504 944 9272
Real southern hospitality and “real food, done real good” is served at Elizabeth’s. The comfortable, low-key atmosphere welcomes guests to come, dine, mingle with others, and just enjoy the food.
Cane and Table
1113 Decatur Street LA New Orleans, 70116
1 504 581 1112
Cane and Table presents an innovative menu perfect for a sharing long meal with great friends. Make sure to pair your dinner with the original cocktails from award-winning mixologists.
Nola Restaurant
534 Saint Louis Street LA New Orleans, 70130
1 504 522 6652
As one of Emeril's three restaurants in the city, Nola celebrates the best of New Orleans cuisine. The eatery boasts a menu with one-of-a-kind dishes that pull together Creole, Southern, and global influences and flavors.
Domilise's Po-Boy & Bar
5240 Annunciation Street LA New Orleans, 70115
1 504 899 9126
Domilise’s is a must-try family-operated restaurant with their giant po-boys sandwiches that are unlike anything you’ve ever had before.

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Jazz on Frenchmen Street

Stray from the touristy spot of Bourbon Street and visit the two-block stretch of Frenchmen Street in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood for the best live music in town. Hear the classic sounds of the city including jazz, blues, Latin, and more at one of the dozen music clubs that line the street, which generally do not charge a cover.

Pedicab Trips

For a fun and convenient form of transportation around the French Quarter, flag down one of the pedicabs to give you a lift. Many of the pedicab drivers double as licensed tour guides and often stop to allow passengers to get out and take pictures.

What Came First?

Bourbon Street is not named for the famous whiskey, but after the French royal house of Bourbon. The whiskey actually got its name because buyers were looking for "the whiskey served on Bourbon St."

Hot and Humid

Weather in NOLA is often hot and humid, with temps often making it to the triple digits with humidity at 100%. The best time to visit the city is in early spring for mild temperatures, cool evenings, little rain, and the start of music festival season.

Mississippi River Scenery

The expansive Mississippi River can be explored by several ferries or the Creole Queen River Boat. However, a must-see is the scenery at Crescent Park in Bywater, which hosts bike paths, picnic areas, and views of the water.

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