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The destructive forces of Hurricane Katrina and Rita drew precisely the wrong kind of attention to New Orleans in 2005. The Crescent City soon became the poster child for federal government neglect and perhaps ultimately, poor urban development and incompetent levee construction. As Hurricane Gustav hit land in 2008, the evacuation of 2 million additional inhabitants of New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico area again put the city in world focus. ... Read more »

Lost in the tropical storm coverage however is the singular fact that as a cultural city, New Orleans is a crucial component in the fabric of the United States. The Big Easy has a musical and culinary heritage with influence the world over and from Cajun to Creole culture, Mardi Gras to fusion architecture, the city is peerless.

New Orleans History

  • National World War II Museum – See historic exhibits and artefacts from the battles of Normandy and D-Day.
  • Steamboat Natchez – Take a ride on an authentic Louisiana steamboat.
  • LaFayette Cemetery – See the final resting place of many historic Garden District residents.
  • Beauregard-Keyes House – Tour the historic French Quarter residence that is nearly 200 old.
  • St Louis Cathedral – The oldest active Catholic cathedral in the United States.

New Orleans Art & Culture

  • Satchmo Summerfest – This August festival commemorates the music and memory of famous New Orleans resident Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong.
  • Mardi Gras – New Orleans’ biggest festival, Mardi Gras, is the city’s signature celebration, featuring parades, floats and extravagant costumes.
  • New Orleans Museum of Art – More than 40,000 works of art are on display at this museum located in City Park.
  • Backstreet Cultural Museum – A facility dedicated to all things New Orleans.
  • Contemporary Arts Centre – Hosts art shows, live performances and dance companies regularly during the year.

New Orleans Shopping

  • French Market - A combination of several outdoor markets, including a farmers’ market, a flea market, restaurants and independent vendors.
  • Magazine Street – New Orleans’ biggest shopping destination, Magazine Street is home to both eccentric shops and high-end boutiques.
  • French Quarter – Browse through unique bookstores and clothing stores or enjoy a meal at one of the quarter’s traditional Cajun restaurants.
  • Royal Street – Antique lovers will find the city’s best vintage shops and resellers on this street near the French Quarter.
  • Arts District – The hub of New Orleans’ cultural attractions.

Gay & Lesbian New Orleans

  • Napoleon’s Itch – One of the most popular gay nightclubs on Bourbon Street.
  • Mardi Gras Bourbon Street Awards – Celebrated on Mardi Gras Day each year, this drag queen competition has been held for more than 40 years.
  • Café Lafitte in Exile – The oldest bar and nightclub for gay individuals in America.
  • Gay Easter Parade – An annual celebration of LGBT culture in the French Quarter.
  • Southern Decadence – More than 100,000 people a year come to this festival, nicknamed the “Gay Mardi Gras”.

New Orleans Outdoor

  • Audubon Zoo – The city’s only zoo features exotic animals such as white tigers, whooping cranes and white alligators.
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas – Stop by this world-class aquarium that sits directly on the Mississippi River.
  • City Park – Enjoy a picnic in this centrally located historic park.
  • Neighbourhood Walking Tours – Book a guided tour through one of New Orleans’ historic neighbourhoods.
  • Armstrong Park – Named after jazz great Louis Armstrong, this green space is adjacent to the French Quarter.

New Orleans Sport

  • Take a ride on a classic horse and carriage tour.
  • See a New Orleans Saints football game at the Superdome.
  • Book a chartered fishing excursion.
  • Buy tickets to a New Orleans Hornets NBA basketball game.
  • Watch a horse race at the New Orleans Fair Grounds.

Attractions

The French Quarter

The central hub of tourist interest in New Orleans is without a doubt, the French Quarter. The famous district is home to iconic Bourbon Street, the node of Mardi Gras revelry and notable party spot. With 18th century landmarks in close proximity to historic Jackson Square, a walk through the French Quarter is a virtual step back in time and conjures the prose of Tennessee Williams in A Streetcar Named Desire.

The Garden District

A streetcar ride on St. Charles Avenue offers superb looks at one of the most historic and exceptional areas in urban America. Home to the best collection of 19th century plantation estates in the country, the Garden District of New Orleans is a special place.

Confederate Museum

A must for Civil War buffs, the Confederate Museum dates back to 1891 and contains one of the most comprehensive collections of war memorabilia from the era.

New Orleans Museum of Modern Art

A location in City Park provides the New Orleans Museum of Modern Art with cushy environs. The beautiful facility has a vast and eclectic collection of art from every corner of the globe.

Warehouse District

The area familiar to many as the Arts in addition to Warehouse District is a vibrant, hip part of New Orleans where loft art studios and jazz clubs jostle for space with small bars and restaurants.

Events

Mardi Gras

The premier Mardi Gras celebration in North America is what New Orleans is famous for. A number of pre-Lent events that begin in January culminate with the massive party and parade on Mardi Gras, held in the French Quarter sometime between February or early March.

Black Heritage Festival

Held in February as part of Black History Month, the annual Black Heritage Festival celebrates the special African-American heritage of New Orleans with a slew of concerts, exhibits and other events.

Jazz and Heritage Festival

In what may be the best jazz festival in the world, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival draws colossal crowds to the Fair Grounds Race Course every April and May. The site becomes a veritable village for the duration of the festival, with food stalls, crafts vendors and a line-up of musical acts that reads like a Hall of Fame of jazz and popular music legends.

Climate

New Orleans has a humid subtropical climate with brief, mild winters. With hurricane season the main concern for everyone, the late summer months of August and September is the time to avoid the city.

  • Winter (December to February) 6-18°C
  • Spring (March to May) 12-29°C
  • Summer (June to September) 22-33°C
  • Fall (October to November) 11-27°C
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Omni Royal Orleans Hotel New Orleans
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5.0
out of 51 Reviews
621 Saint Louis Street New Orleans LA 70130

The Omni Royal Orleans Hotel New Orleans offers luxury accommodations right in the heart of the historic French Quarte... More hotel details

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Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans
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4.8
out of 51 Reviews
300 Bourbon Street New Orleans LA 70130

Offering warm welcome, high standards of comfort as well as excellent service, this modern style property is an oasis ... More hotel details

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Prince Conti Hotel French Quarter New Orleans
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4.8
out of 51 Reviews
830 Conti Street New Orleans LA 70112

Combining classic elegance with modern comforts, Prince Conti Hotel French Quarter New Orleans makes for an ideal retr... More hotel details

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Lamothe House Hotel New Orleans
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0
out of 50 Reviews
621 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans LA 70116

Housed in an 1830's townhouse set in a tranquil neighbourhood amid old oak trees in central New Orleans, Lamothe House... More hotel details

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Hyatt Regency New Orleans Hotel
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4.1
out of 53 Reviews
601 Loyola Avenue New Orleans LA 70113

Hyatt Regency New Orleans Hotel offers an urban base with elegant accommodations suited for chic business and leisure ... More hotel details

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Historic French Market Inn New Orleans
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4.4
out of 51 Reviews
501 Decatur Street New Orleans LA 70130

French Market Inn invites tourists to charming accommodations with an old-world colonial ambience in the heart of the ... More hotel details

Hotel Mazarin

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Hotel Mazarin
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4.6
out of 51 Reviews
730 Rue Bienville New Orleans LA 70130

Secluded in privacy, yet very easily accessible, Hotel Mazarin is a luxury French Quarter hotel offering you well-appo... More hotel details

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Bourbon Orleans Hotel New Orleans
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5.0
out of 51 Reviews
717 Orleans Street New Orleans LA 70116

The Bourbon Orleans Hotel New Orleans combines the charms of Louisiana with the comfort of modern accommodations. Gues... More hotel details

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Hotel Monteleone New Orleans
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5.0
out of 52 Reviews
214 Royal Street New Orleans LA 70130

Hotel Monteleone New Orleans welcomes travellers to a historic and stylish retreat set in the heritage-rich French Qua... More hotel details

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Omni Royal Crescent Hotel New Orleans
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4.6
out of 51 Reviews
535 Gravier Street New Orleans LA 70130

Presenting a unique blend of the old and new, Omni Royal Crescent Hotel is a luxurious, full-service boutique hotel re... More hotel details

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