New Orleans is a city rich in culture and traditions. Here is just a sample of local attractions that can be enjoyed during your stay in the Crescent City.
NEW ORLEANS AREA PLANTATIONS
Each plantation offers its own snapshot into the region's agrarian history and most are within easy driving distance from New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS CEMETERIES
Burying the dead in a place built below sea level was a problem that faced the earliest residents of the French settlement that became New Orleans. The solution agreed upon, to the entomb the departed in elaborate crypts.
Streetcars are a charming and convenient way to experience the many moods of New Orleans. Four distinct lines, each originating Downtown, will take you through the French Quarter and beyond.
From Southern Art to World War II to Mardi Gras Indian Culture, New Orleans has some of the most unique museums in the country.
The door's open. Come in, sit a spell. Discover the portal into New Orleans history by touring the homes, drawing rooms, gardens and courtyards of some of the nation's oldest original homes.
A DAY IN THE PARK
Whether you bicycle through Audubon Park, picnic at New Orleans City Park or walk the Mississippi River at Woldenberg Riverfront Park, New Orleans nature will not disappoint.