New Orleans, United States

There’s Plenty to Do in New Orleans

New Orleans loves to throw a party! Nicknamed the “Big  Easy”, it’s known for its vibrant live music, round the clock night life, and spicy cuisine. There’s more than just Mardi Gras to experience when you come to New Orleans. 

Within New Orleans you will always find plenty to do for the foodie, the family, solo traveler, and festival lovers. And with over 1,400 restaurants, you are bound to whet your appetite with a variety of culinary delights day and night. 

New Orleans Tours

  • Walking Tours
  • Sightseeing Tours
  • Historical & Heritage Tours
  • Private Tours
  • City Tours
  • Cultural Tours
  • Ghost, Voodoo & Vampire Tours
  • City of the Dead Cemetery Tours
  • New Orleans Swamp Tours from Houston, Texas to Mobile, Alabama
  • Kayak-It Tours

Must-See Destinations in New Orleans:

  • The French Quarter
  • Bourbon Street
  • Garden District
  • Jackson Square
  • St. Louis Cathedral
  • The Cabildo Museum
  • New Orleans Museum of Art
  • The National WWII Museum
  • Backstreet Cultural Museum 
  • Louisiana Children’s Museum
  • City Park
  • The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden
  • Audubon Nature Institute
  • Mardi Gras World
  • Steamboat Natchez

Specialty Spots:

  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
  • Old New Orleans Rum Distillery 

If you’re a shopper who’s always looking for something different, the New Orleans is the place to be. Checkout the antique stores along Magazine Street in the Garden District. 

New Orleans offers plenty of festivals all year round, with an array of colorful events almost every weekend, and most are free to enjoy. 

And of course, there’s always music to enjoy in New Orleans. Enjoy a series of free outdoor musical performances at Louis Armstrong Park, or just sit back and savor the sounds of jazz from anywhere in the city. 

New Orleans is a treat for even the most discerning tourist. Bring your appetite and sense of discovery because you are in for a treat when you visit New Orleans along the Mississippi River.