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The French Quarter
Bourbon Street is in the French Quarter, true. But, it is only one street in the French Quarter. So, when you visit, go beyond Bourbon Street. If you do you will find great shopping, music, food, and hotels. The French Quarter is also a vibrant neighborhood with its own school. Most importantly, the French Quarter is a living history museum not to be missed.
New Orleans Cemeteries
The above-ground cemeteries in New Orleans have been a must-see for visitors to New Orleans for the past 100 years. Called the "Cities of the Dead," their hauntingly beautiful tree-lined streets and incredible architecture provides a unique experience.
City Park in New Orleans
City Park in New Orleans is a 1300 acre park in the heart of the city. A natural bayou runs through it and at its edge. With an antique carousel and miniture train, it's a great place for kids. City Park also encompasses the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Bestoff Sculpture Garden, the Botanical Gardens and one of the largest stands of live oak trees in the world.
Audubon Park and Zoo
Audubon Park and Zoo is a must-see for any visitor to New Orleans. It's conveniently located in Uptown New Orleans and accessible on the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar. With its lagoons, live oak trees, world class golf course, running course, Audubon Park is now an oasis in the middle of a densely populated area of New Orleans.
Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras, the biggest free party in the world is something everyone must experience at least once. If you've only seen it on TV, you know nothing about Mardi Gras. Come see for yourself.
New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
Now that you've been to Mardi Gras, get down to New Orleans for Jazz Fest, the other major event that is not to be missed. The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May and attracts artists and visitors from all over the world.
The Garden District
Walking through the Garden District with its gracious mansions and Magnolia trees is a great way to spend a spring day. Built by the Americans who moved into New Orleans after the Louisiana Purchase, this neighborhood is 10 minutes, but worlds apart from the French Quarter.
The Warehouse/Arts District
The Warehouse/Arts District, a short walk from the French Quarter is the home of many art galleries, museums and trendy restaurants.
Magazine Street
Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans is a shopper's dream. It runs for six miles and along the way are locally owned boutiques with clothes, furniture, affordable antiques, and of course, restaurants. Plan to spend the whole there.
New Orleans Food
When you come to New Orleans, leave your diet at home. It'll be there when you get back. When the time comes to review you're life, I'll bet you will not say, "I wish I had eaten less when I was in New Orleans." So, come and enjoy our fantastic food!
New Orleans Arena
The New Orleans Arena is an indoor arena in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is located in the city's Central Business District, adjacent to the Louisiana Superdome.
It has been home to the New Orleans Hornets of the NBA since 2002, and is also home to some Tulane University basketball games as well as some high school basketball games and other special events. The now-defunct New Orleans Brass of the ECHL played in the New Orleans Arena their last three seasons before their demise in 2002. Since February 2004, the New Orleans VooDoo, of the Arena Football League (AFL), has played their home games in the arena.
Louisiana Superdome
The Louisiana Superdome, often informally referred to simply as the Superdome, The Dome or even the New Orleans Superdome is a large, multi-purpose sports and exhibition facility located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana. The Superdome is the current home of the NFL's New Orleans Saints.
The Superdome is the largest fixed domed structure in the world, but it lost its title as the largest domed structure when the Georgia Dome in Atlanta was completed in 1992. (Both the Superdome and Georgia Dome were surpassed in size by London's Millennium Dome in 1999.)
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