New Orleans

Top Places to visit in New Orleans



It is one of America's most unique cities where you can find food, cuisine, music, language and architecture with diversity. The city is wrapped with so many amazing things and vibe that you simply can't find anywhere else. Tradition and culture of New Orleans are reflected in every bit of its attractions and destinations. The city has many worth exploring areas, from the Frenchmen Street to the New Orleans Museum of Art. It is a great city to walk around the Garden District, French Quarter and Royal Street. New Orleans experiences the humid climate with mild winters and humid, hot summers. Transportation of city depends on street cars, buses, roads, bicycles, rails, ferries, and airports.

The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum

Founded in 2000, The National WWII Museum is the high-rated tourist destination in New Orleans. It is the finest place for an unforgettable way to experience World War II. The Museum features an expansive collection of artifacts, immersive exhibits and various multimedia experiences behind the story of the war. In addition, the museum also offers the galleries, online collections, educational outreach, travel programs, virtual field trips, webinars and many more to explore. It also reveals a period dinner theatres and restaurants. The National WWII Museum opens seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.



St. Louis Cathedral

St. Louis Cathedral

It is the oldest cathedral in the United States that fronts a major public square. The cathedral is one of the most notable landmarks in New Orleans with ongoing conservation and restoration. St. Louis Cathedral is considered as the most historic building which opens daily from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm with Daily Mass being at 12:05 pm. Guided tours for groups are only available with prior reservations. At the entrance of the St. Louis Cathedral, shops offer a large selection of religious and spiritual items including prayer cards, medals, rosaries, statues and giftware. Explore St. Louis hotels which provide you the best value at the lowest price.







Frenchmen Street

Frenchmen Street

The place is a New Orleans entertainment and live music venue which also comprises of cities premiere bars, shops, restaurants and galleries. Here, you will find about every style of music as well as musicians from all the world. No doubt, Frenchmen Street is a must see which offers a lively street culture creating an experience of music and fun. Meet performers, artists and neighbourhood characters. Feel free to wander, stroll and dance with your family and friends.



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Royal Street

Royal Street

Based in New Orleans, Royal Street is one of the original streets of the city which is also known for art galleries and antique shops. The area is world’s most expensive place to purchase the rare items as pieces of fine furniture owned by royalty of past centuries. Here, jazz musicians can be heard in the vicinity with well-preserved street architecture and vivid flora varieties. From 11 a.m.to 4 p.m. each day the street is a pedestrian mall with the amenities of cafes and restaurants. You can book Royal Street hotel to experience royalty of past centuries under one roof.



Beauregard-Keyes House

Beauregard-Keyes House

The Beauregard-Keyes House is a historic residence of an American author Frances Parkinson Keyes and Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard. The home features twin curved staircases, leading to a Tuscan portico. The interior features a large parlor and ballroom, a rectangular dining room leading to a porch and many fine details. Beauregard-Keyes House comprises of a gift shop that sells a number of Keyes books and other attractive souvenirs. The museum opens from Monday to Saturday at 10 to 3 pm.



French Quarter

French Quarter

Being the oldest section of the city of New Orleans, the French Quarter is designated as a historic landmark both as a prime tourist destination and attraction for local residents. Filled with rich history, high energy, music, street performers, lively nightlife, finest art galleries, diverse architecture, renowned jazz clubs; French Quarter is a must see place located in the heart of the city. Explore French Quarter hotels with excellent meals, live music, domestic goods, and unique attractions.



Garden District

Garden District

The Garden District is an area which is considered for the preserved collections of historic mansions in the United States. Here, you can spend hours eyeing the beauty and snapping pictures. The eating and shopping that take place here is unrivaled. This is a great place to enjoy a classy dinner with a special someone. You can book the world renowned Garden District New Orleans hotels for browsing nearby shops, restaurants and bars.







New Orleans Museum of Art

New Orleans Museum of Art

The New Orleans Museum of Art is the oldest art museum in the city. It has become the latest cultural destination for locals and a must-see for visitors. The Museum is available for rental for large private parties, weddings and receptions and corporate functions. The New Orleans Museum of Art is committed to preserve and enrich its collections and renowned sculpture garden. Museum remains closed on Monday and opens Tuesday to Thursday (10 am to 6 pm), Friday (10 am to 9 pm), Saturday (10 am to 5 pm) and Sunday (11 am to 5 pm).



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