TOP 10 Things to do in NEW ORLEANS
Known as “the Crown Jewel of New Orleans”, the French Quarter is a high-energy neighborhood known for its rich history.
10: BOURBON STREET &
THE FRENCH QUARTER
Also located in French Quarter, this public space spanning 2.5 acres gets its name from the bronze statue of Andrew Jackson.
JACKSON SQUARE WITH MISSISSIPI RIVER
City Park has been a part of New Orleanians since 1854 and is among the oldest and most beautiful urban parks in the country.
8: CITY PARK
The Garden District is best known for its grandiose mansions and elegant landscaping.
7: GARDEN DISTRICT
Honoring the jazz legend Louis Armstrong, this 32-acre (130,000 m2) public park is famous for its entrance arch, sculptures, duck ponds, and open spaces.
6: LOUIS ARMSTRONG PARK
Speaking of jazz - with its intertwined European, Latin American, and African-American cultures, New Orleans has always been an important center for music.
Canal Street serves as the French Quarter’s upriver boundary, separating the colonial-style neighborhood from the modern Central Business District.
There's art everywhere you go in New Orleans. Walking around, you'll find not just historic architecture, but also different forms of public art like sculptures and murals.
Plantations play a vital role in the history of the Southern United States, specifically the pre-American Civil War era.
OAK ALLEY PLANTATION
Head outside New Orleans to explore Louisiana's intricate network of swamps that are home to unique flora and exotic wildlife.
1: SWAMP TOURS
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