Go to New Orleans for an Exciting 3-Day/2-Night $149* Vacation Package Getaway!
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New Orleans is multidimensional and one of a kind, a flawless balance between party reveler and gracious historian. From the pure excitement and splendor of Bourbon Street to the educational wonders of Audubon Park, this city offers a little something for everyone.
Perhaps nothing defines the city of New Orleans better than the sounds of jazz. Born in the late 1890s to a spicy blend of African, Creole and European-influenced rhythms, jazz took center stage in the bars and has been headlining ever since. If you’re into the sultry, soulful and impeccably smooth sounds of jazz, there are plenty of clubs where you can get your groove on.
Follow the Old River Road out of the city and visit some of Louisiana’s great plantation homes like Oak Alley, San Francisco, Nottoway, Evergreen and Houmas. For visitors looking for a little extra thrill, a day trip to The Myrtles might bring you face-to-face with a ghost.
Discover New Orleans!
Whether you’re just curious or an all-night partier, the flashing neon lights and the atmosphere is simply intoxicating. Throw yourself into the mix with these must-see attractions.
Experience New Orleans at night, any time of year, on this famous street. Where else can you walk past and indulge in live music, incredible dining, bustling bars, world-class casinos and top-notch opera and theater. Bourbon Street can be as wild as you’d like, or as relaxing as you want.
Mardi Gras World
Mardi Gras World is the most unique attraction in one of America's most unique cities. Come see how Mardi Gras is made and get a close up look at Mardi Gras' grandest floats and sculptures.
National WWII Museum
The mission of this museum focuses on the remembrance and celebration of the American spirit, teamwork, courage and sacrifice of the men and women who served during World War II.
Eclectic collectors and professional browsers will love this six-mile long street, which starts at the French Quarter and is known worldwide for its antiques and art.
Satisfy Your Palate with Cajun Cuisine!
If you’ve eaten in the French Quarter before, you have a better understanding of what a true Cajun cuisine tastes like—rich meals somehow taste richer and spicy meals somehow taste spicier. If you haven’t eaten in the French Quarter before, meals will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.
Court of Two Sisters
With the only daily jazz brunch in town, Court of Two Sisters is famed for its beautiful wisteria-blanketed courtyard and soothing fountains. Serving up traditional New Orleans recipes for brunch and dinner inside and out, this history-rich, two-centuries-old restaurant is a must-try for any first-time visitor to the Crescent City.
Café Du Monde
A famous New Orleans landmark, this French Market coffee stand serves a variety of tasty delights like café au lait, coffee and chicory, and the original beignet for a French Quarter breakfast—anytime of the day.
If you want ambience, history and menu versatility, consider stopping by Mother's. You can order dinner, lunch or all-day breakfast at a place that epitomizes New Orleans, in all its quirk and color. Enjoy classic New Orleans fare, plus tasty items that pay tribute to the restaurant’s lore.
Family Fun and Then Some!
New Orleans isn’t all nightlife and soulful jazz. There’s history and grandeur too. Experience everything that makes the Big Easy a one-of-a-kind destination.
This 19th-century house offers demonstrations of what life was like for a typical Creole family in the 1800s.
Haunted History Tour
These tours will take you through New Orleans' freaky past, from voodoo to ghosts, all with an offbeat, theatrical presentation that makes it lively and fun.
Cruise down the mighty Mississippi River and enjoy an educational tour of the French Quarter from the comfort of a classic paddle-wheeler boat.