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New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park

A US National Historical Park established on 31st October 1994, the New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park celebrates the origin & evolution of Jazz. Covering a land area of 4 acres, the park focuses on the history of people & places involved in the development of Jazz in New Orleans. The park also acts host to numerous interesting activities and events like musical performances, self-guided tours of historical jazz sites & other such events.

New Orleans Museum of Art
New Orleans Museum of Art

NOMA or the New Orleans Museum of Art is one of the oldest institutes of fine arts in the city. Featured at the museum is a magnificent permanent collection of over 40,000 objects including French, American & Japanese artworks, photographs, etc. One of the key attractions of the museum is the 5-acre Sculpture Garden, one of the most significant sculpture installations of US. Featured here are about 50 beautiful sculptures nestled amidst mature pines, reflecting lagoons, magnolias, meandering footpaths, pedestrian bridges & 200 year old live oaks.

Mardi Gras World
Mardi Gras World

One of the most unique attractions of New Orleans, Mardi Gras World is truly a world of wonders created by the artists of Blaine Kern Studios. This is the only place where you can see these world-famous masters of floatbuilding & Carnival sculptures weave out wonders. Walk past towering fantasy figures or get a peak into the history & culture of the Carnival & take back cherishing memories of the magic that beholds the Mardi Gras World.

St. Louis Cathedral
St. Louis Cathedral

Located within French Quarter in the heart of New Orleans, the St. Louis Cathedral is a beautiful piece of architecture. What was established as a parish in 1720 was formerly a minor basilica. Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, St. Louis Cathedral is one of the greatest symbols of Catholicism in New Orleans. The cathedral is open 7:30am onwards on Monday to Saturday.

New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum

One of the most interesting & unique museum’s of New Orleans, the Historic Voodoo Museum is located right in the heart of the French Quarter. The museum is intended towards preserving the Voodoo history of New Orleans while also entertaining visitors. A must-visit attraction of New Orleans, the museum is open from 10:00am to 6:00pm seven days a week.

Aquarium of the Americas
Aquarium of the Americas

Recognized as one of the leading aquariums in US, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is a popular New Orleans gulf coast attraction. Opened in 1990, the aquarium is located on the edge of French Quarter along the banks of Mississippi River. The aquarium exhibits are primarily focused on the aquatic life of South & North America. Housed here are over 10,000 animals from 530 species categorized into different sections like Amazon Exhibit, Gulf of Mexico Exhibit, Caribbean Reef Exhibit & the Mississippi River Gallery.

Audubon Zoo
Audubon Zoo

The Audubon Zoo in New Orleans is listed amongst the top ranked zoos in the country. The zoo houses an exotic diversity of over 1,300 animals from across the globe together with lush gardens, mystic Louisiana swamp, innovative natural habitats & resting spots. A visit to the Audubon Zoo offers you a chance of hands-on encounters with the likes of white tigers & unique white alligators. This amazing animal collection, exhibits & presentations make it one of the Gulf South’s top family destinations.

The River Walk
The River Walk

New Orleans’ premier retail attraction, the Riverwalk Marketplace opened way back in 1986. Overlooking the beautiful Mississippi River, this amazing shopping mall houses a selection of some of the best local & nationally-known stores like, Foot Locker, Clarks, The Body Shop, Brookstone and others. Savor food options like Café du Monde’s sushi or the famous beignets, or enjoy a view of the Mississippi River while you shop your way at the Riverwalk Marketplace.

Audubon Insectarium
Audubon Insectarium

Since time immemorial, insects have played an important role in the ecosystem. The Audubon Insectarium lets you explore the amazing world of insects. Located in downtown New Orleans on Canal Street, the Insectarium offers hands-on insect encounters, exotic insect cuisine, latest pest control techniques, animated insect film, butterfly garden & much more.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

The newly renovated Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is a significant building contributing to the success of New Orleans business events. Covering an exhibit space of 1.1 million square feet, the convention center is the 6th largest in the nation and is known to host the maximum number of tradeshows & conventions annually.

  • Museums
Musee Conti Wax Museum
Musee Conti Wax Museum

One of the most popular attractions of New Orleans, the Musee Conti Wax Museum is renowned for its costumed, life-sized figurines. Featured at the museum are numerous wax figurines of famous personalities like musicians Pete Fountain & Louis Armstrong, Jean Lafitte and others. In addition, the museum also displays a spectacular collection of costumes like the famous Mardi Gras attire. An interesting & must visit section of the museum is the Haunted Dungeon occupied by “Masters of the Macabre”.

The National World War II Museum
The National World War II Museum

A must see New Orleans attraction for patriots & history buffs, The National World War II Museum was opened for public on June 6, 2000. A dynamic educational resource, the museum features endless world-class collections, artifacts & exhibits that relate to the World War II period. In addition, two movies covering the entire war-time period from 1914 through 1919 are screened at the museum’s Malcolm S. Forbes Theater several times a day. Besides, special exhibitions related to World War II are also frequently sponsored at the museum.

Louisiana Children's Museum
Louisiana Children’s Museum

A great fun & educational resource, the Louisiana Children’s Museum offers 30,000 square feet of interactive displays & exhibits for children & families. Ranked amongst the top-rated children’s museum, the place offers children hands-on experience in a range of fields & subjects. Few of the star attractions of the museum include Kid’s Café, Team Turtle Training Camp, Little Port of New Orleans & many others.

Cabildo
Cabildo

Once the seat of colonial government, Cabildo today, is renowned as a popular New Orleans museum. A significant historic building of the state, the museum has been visited by five American presidents that has contributed to its historic importance. Some of the permanent exhibits at the museum include historic paintings of explorer Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d”Iberville, artifacts from the battle of New Orleans & the Iberville Stone dated 1699 that marks the discovery of the first French settlement in the state of Louisiana.

Louisiana's Civil War Museum
Louisiana’s Civil War Museum

Formerly known as Confederate museum, Louisiana’s Civil War Museum houses the largest collection of Confederacy-related memorabilia & artifacts. The cathedral-like exterior sandstone construction of this museum built in 1891 is a total contrast to its much recent surroundings. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the museum features a large Columbiad cannon of civil-war era mounted on its front terrace. Also featured at the museum are uniforms, weapons, flags, paintings, documents & exhibits related to the Civil War period.

 
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