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Make the most of it by taking in the best of it in just one day.
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City Park is one of the largest urban greenspaces in the country, offering visitors a number of activities to choose from. Stroll through the Botanical Garden or New Orleans Museum of Art, take the kids to play mini golf and ride on the famous antique carousel or just enjoy a bag of fresh beignets from Café Du Monde’s City Park location. 

1 Palm Dr., New Orleans, LA 70124

Shop under the stars and to the sound of live music at Palace Market Frenchmen. You’ll find an array of unique crafts, jewelry, prints, paintings, clothing and more from rotating vendors and local artists at this open-air night market located on the famous Frenchmen Street.

619 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, LA 70116

Dance into the wee hours at Maple Leaf Bar, the historic late-night venue that regularly hosts both up-and-coming artists as well as GRAMMY®  award-winning musicians including Rebirth Brass Band and the George Porter Jr. Trio. 

8316 Oak St., New Orleans, LA 70118
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The Backstreet Cultural Museum is home to the world’s most extensive archive of New Orleans’ African American community-based traditions like jazz funerals and second lines, in addition to the city’s largest collection of Mardi Gras Indian costumes. Visitors will be dazzled by the elaborate designs and histories behind each colorful costume. In addition to its permanent collections, the museum also hosts music and dance performances.

1116 Henriette Delille St., New Orleans, LA 70116
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Pythian Market, Auction House Market and St. Roch Market

Pythian Market, Auction House Market and St. Roch Market are all food halls to try when you can’t quite agree on where to eat! Choose from a variety of local purveyors serving up fare that ranges from fresh oysters to Haitian street food—plus, a full bar and coffee too.

Multiple Locations in New Orleans, LA
For the Kids: French Quartour Kids

French Quartour Kids offers several different themed tours around the city tailored to different age groups. These tours give hands on learning experiences about various topics, including early Louisiana history, music and kid-friendly stories of local urban legends. 

15 Henry Thomas Dr., New Orleans, LA 70124
Plan your Louisiana Trip, but be sure to confirm with local businesses before you hit the road!