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New Orleans

New Orleans is a major port in the United States and the largest city in Louisiana. New Orleans took its name from another city located in France by the Loire River. Although it took a hard hit with Hurricane Katrina, that's not going to keep this city down. It is still alive with great music, and year round celebrations including the world famous Mardi Gras.


What to Do in New Orleans

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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas was opened in 1990. It is one of the finest aquariums In the USA. The Audubon Aquarium contains about 15,000 underwater...
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Your price: $76
Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
It’s a museum of entomology and Insectarium. This Butterfly Garden and Insectarium measures 23,000 square feet in area and is considered the largest...
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Your price: $33
Audubon Nature Institute
The Audubon Nature Institute is a group of 10 museums and parks devoted to nature. It is a venue for great family entertainment and serves as a great educational...
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Your price: $33
Audubon Zoo
The Audubon Zoo is one of the ten components of Audubon Nature Institute. It has an area of 58 acres which contains about 2,000 animals. The zoo and the...
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Your price: $35
Beauregard-Keyes House
The Beauregard-Keyes House is one of the famous historical sites in New Orleans. It was constructed mainly for Joseph LeCarpentier, an affluent auctioneer....
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Your price: $56
Confederate Memorial Hall Museum
It was previously known as the “Memorial Hall”. The museum is a showcase of historical artifacts connected to the American Civil War and the Confederate...
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Your price: $16
Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots
The Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots is a racino and a horse race track. It is under the management of Churchill Downs Louisiana Horse Racing Company,...
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Harrah's New Orleans
Harrah’s New Orleans is a casino located just a few minutes away from the foot of Canal Street. This casino was made possible through the creative mind...
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Haunted History Tours
The Haunted History tours have a reputation that will invite you to experience the most thrilling entertainment ever. The bestselling book, “New Orleans...
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Historic New Orleans Collection
The Historic New Orleans Collection is a publisher, research center and a museum. It is devoted to the study and conservation of the culture and history...
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House of Broel
The House of Broel started as a two story home constructed in 1850. And it was 1884 when the first floor was added for a fascinating venue for private...
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Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop was constructed between 1722 to 1732 by Nicolas Touze. It is a tavern located in the French Quarter. It is considered to be the...
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Library of Congress
The Library of Congress is the biggest library in the world with millions manuscripts, maps, photographs, recordings and books. It is the longest running...
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Louisiana Childrens Museum
The Louisina Childrens Museum was opened in 1986. It has a measure of 30,000 square feet land area. Since its opening it has been the premier venue for...
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Your price: $32
Louisiana State Museum
The Louisiana State Museum was established in 1906. The museum is composed of a group of National historic landmarks. There are five properties that the...
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Maple Leaf Bar
The Maple Leaf Bar is a venue for live musical performances which is also a bar that hosts other special events and occasions. It was initially opened...
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Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo
This House of Voodoo represents the well renowned Voodoo practitioner, Marie Laveau. It is believed that she was born in the French Quarter on September...
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Mercedes-Benz Superdome
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is a stadium for exhibition and sports situated in the Central Business District of New Orleans. It was previously named as...
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Musee Conti Wax Museum of New Orleans
Your vacation in New Orleans will never be complete without a visit to the wax museum. See Napoleon Bonaparte in his Bathtub. It will be a thrilling experience...
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New Orleans City Park
Founded in the mid 19th century and measures with a land area of 1,300 acres. It is the 7th most visited and the 6th largest urban park in the USA. The...
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New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is located along the district of Vieux Carre. It is recorded as a historic building in the Narional Register of historic...
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Your price: $26
New Orleans School of Glassworks & Printmaking Studio
The New Orleans School of Glassworks & Printmaking Studio was opened in1990. It has a studio space with an area measuring 25,000 square feet. It is considered...
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Oak Alley Plantation
It is a plantation with historic significance located in the Vacherie community on the Mississippi River. It was originally established for sugar cane...
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Your price: $40
Ogden Museum
The Ogden Museum is located near Lee Circle within the Central Business District. It is affiliated with the University of New Orleans. The main focus of...
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Your price: $36
Pitot House
The Pilot House was initially built by Don Bartolome Bosque in 1799 as a national retreat. It is considered as a historic landmark in New Orleans and is...
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Your price: $44
Preservation Hall
The Preservation Hall was founded in 1961 and located in the heart of French Quarter. It is dedicated to the protection,conservation and perpetuation of...
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Quarter House
The Quarter House was opened in 2009. It has a dynamic auditorium which can accommodate up to 250 seats or 450 standing capacity and 100 guests for a cabaret...
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Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro
The Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro is located just outside the French Quarter. This bistro was originally owned by Glenn Menish. It provides a great venue for...
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St. Louis Cathedral
The St. Louis Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France. There are three churches standing on the site since 1718....
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St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
The St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 was opened in 1789 as a replacement to a former burial ground, the St. Peter Cemetery. It is the oldest and the most famous...
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WTC New Orleans
The World Trade Center New Orleans is the founder of the World Trade Centers Association, that is composed of more than 300 World Trade Centers in nearly...
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