Top Attractions In Louisiana's New Orleans

French Quarter

Historic center of the city famed for its jazz clubs, Bourbon Street, and lively ambiance is the French Quarter.

Jackson Square

The St. Louis Cathedral, famous structures, and street artists around the iconic Jackson Square park.

Bourbon Street

well-known for its clubs, exciting nightlife, and exuberant atmosphere during Mardi Gras.

Café du Monde

Savor café au lait and beignets at this famous outdoor French Market coffee shop.

Garden District

Wander down lanes along trees and take at the beautiful ironwork on antique houses.

National World War II Museum

Entire museum dedicated to commemorating the efforts and losses made by the World War II generation.

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

historic cemetery renowned for its above-ground graves and the last burial place of voodoo queen Marie Laveau.

Mardi Gras World

See the intricate floats and costumes of Mardi Gras behind the scenes.

Audubon Park and Zoo

Visit the exotic animal zoo and unwind in the lovely parkland.

The Presbytère

Jackson Square is home to the Presbytère Museum, which displays the history and culture of Louisiana.