Arts and Cultural
With balconies and wrought-iron railings much like those seen in Paris, New Orlean's French Quarter is the oldest part of the city with numerous restaurants, antique shops, museums, bars and nightclubs.
New Orleans Museum of Art
Located in City Park, this collection of artwork features pieces from France, America, Africa and Japan as well as works in photography, glass and sculpture.
Points of Interest
This historic park in the French Quarter is surrounded by 18th century architecture and has been the focal point of the city since its inception.
Running thirteen blocks from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue, this street runs through the heart of the French Quarter and is infamous for its bars, strip clubs and wild nightlife.
One of the best-preserved collections of historic Southern architecture, this residential area is full of massive mansions and opulent 19th century properties.
Home to 140 stores and restaurants, this retail complex is near the French Quarter and the Convention Center.
The Shops at Canal Place
The only mall in New Orleans, The Shops features retail rendezvous for fashion, jewelry, shoes and accessories and is located at the foot of Canal Street.
Sports & Entertainment
Now officially known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, this massive sports arena is the largest fixed-dome structure in the world and is home to the New Orleans Saints NFL team.
Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots
This race course provides horse racing and gaming excitement and is the home of the Louisiana Derby.
- Children’s Hospital
- Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
- Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base
- Tulane Medical Center
- Tulane University