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The French Quarter has something for everyone – from beautiful architecture to art galleries, museums and restaurants. The newly renovated Streetcar stops outside the hotel at Canal and Carondolet. Take a nostalgic tour of the Big Easy, visit the beautiful garden districts and take in the antebellum mansions. Enjoy live performances from dozens of stages, taste unique food from local establishments. Take a stroll down to the riverfront to see the Mississippi and visit historic Jackson Square or the Aquarium of the Americas.
Highlights from the official New Orleans tourism guide are listed below. Go toNewOrleansOnline.com for more information on things to do, where to eat, and more.
2 French Market Pl., New Orleans, LA 70116
Description: Founded in 1791, New Orleans’ French Market is the oldest public market in the country. This open-air mall features shopping, dining and music in a tradition that is uniquely New Orleans, yet still reminiscent of some European markets.
Le Petit Theatre
616 St. Peter St., New Orleans, LA 70118
Description: This community theatre dating back to 1916 is the oldest continually-operated theatre in the country.
The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
916 North Peters St., New Orleans, LA 70116
Description: The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park was created in 1994 to commemorate this musical legacy. The park’s purpose is to preserve information, resources, and sites related to the beginnings and progressions of jazz in New Orleans.
Bottom of the Cup Tea Room
327 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130