New Orleans

Find everything from street performers to Honored Louis Armstrong Jazz in the Crescent City.

Take in cool architecture in the French Quarter along the Mississippi River. The oldest & most famous neighborhood in New Orleans. Visit Jackson Square & the Historic French Market.

The French Quarter

Mardi Gras World

Your ticket (which is roughly $20 per adult) includes a short movie about Mardi Gras, a guided tour, and then free time to roam around all the floats and props.


New Orleans has some very famous & fascinating cemeteries where you can walk amongst the stone crypts & mausoleums or try a creepy Haunted House Ghost Tour.

The Garden District

Try a a Garden District walking tour which will cover the history and famous residents of this neighborhood, as well as allow you to visit the oldest cemetery in New Orleans.

New Orleans is famous for its jazz music. And while you can find it on Bourbon Street, the best “local” place to go for live music is Frenchmen Street in Faubourg Marigny.

Live Music

City Park

Wander the sculpture garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art, then enjoy the park which has nice walking & biking trails plus tons of trees covered in Spanish moss.


Oak Alley is possibly the most photogenic of the Old River Road plantations because of the avenue of 28 live oaks that lead up to the plantation house.

The food is incredible. I recommend the oysters at Drago's, the softshell crab po'boys at Stanley Restaurant, or Sunday brunch at Cafe du Monde where you can enjoy a beignet & coffee.

Where To Eat