St. Louis Cemetery #1
Visit the tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau or of Civil Rights Leader, Homer Plessy, here in St. Louis Cemetery #1, the oldest above ground cemetery in New Orleans. This is what we call in New Orleans, the Cities of the Dead, because of the unique above ground architecture in New Orleans, where you feel you are in a city unto itself.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
White alligators, suited penguins, playful otters, tranquil turtles, glowing jellyfish and sharks living together in one of the top five Aquariums in the US. Be impressed by the 400,000-gallon Gulf of Mexico Exhibit and the newest exhibit, Parakeet Pointe: Treats for Tweets, an interactive aviary featuring more than 800 colorful, free-flying birds! Here, the whole family will enjoy!
Harrah's New Orleans Casino
Try your luck at Harrah’s New Orleans Casino, where 104 table games and a world-class 23-table poker room offer card players several types of games including no-limit Texas Hold ‘Em, 7 Card Stud and Pot-Limit Omaha. Located in the center of downtown New Orleans, at the foot of Canal Street, Harrah's Casino is nearly impossible to miss!
Historic French Market
6 Blocks of Shops, Restaurants, and Culture; 3 centuries of History, and Endless fun -- The French Market is a wonderful place to bring the kids and enjoy a beautiful day in New Orleans. Have fun strolling around the Farmers Market, Flea Market, Dutch Alley, and Shops!
Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World
You must see where the magic of Mardi Gras is made and take a tour of the most fascinating Mardi Gras design studio on earth! See artists and sculptors as they work year-round on the world's largest fleet of floats, and you will get to experience the history and royal traditions of Carnival Time, in any season!
Cafe Du Monde
Since 1862, Café Du Monde has been serving steaming café au lait and hot beignets from New Orleans' original French Market Coffee Stand. Beignets are the fabulous hot, French and square doughnuts & café au lait is a long-time local treat - an original New Orleans pleasure.
Take a Might Mississippi River Cruise on New Orleans’ most luxurious steamboat, the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen! There was a time when the Mighty Mississippi River was crowded with steamboats, but none of this luxury and comfort. This great tradition is at attraction you cannot miss! Plus, there are few better views of the city than from the great waters of the Mississippi - Enjoy the daily excursions and dinner cruises, offered to you by the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen.
This invigorating corridor of bars and restaurants in the Faubourg Marigny is most acclaimed for the wealth of live music, mainly jazz, blues, funk, but there is much more! You’ll find live entertainment 7 nights a week, both early and late shows. The prized local musicians will surely impress!
Louisiana Children's Museum
Learning has never been more fun! Discover electrifying fun and dynamic hands-on exhibitry at the Louisiana Children's Museum ... this is not your ordinary playhouse.
Most know the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, previously known as the Louisiana Superdome, because it is home to the Super Bowl XLIV Champions, the New Orleans Saints. However, not many know about the significance of “The Dome”, largest fixed dome structure in the world, nor the amazing events it has hosted since 1967. Learn more about the Dome on the City Sightseeing of New Orleans Guided Bus Tour!
The National World War II Museum
Celebrate the American spirit. Appreciate the teamwork, optimism, courage and sacrifice of the men and women who won World War II for the nation. The National World War II Museum promotes the exploration and expression of these values to future generations. In addition to the Museums exhibits, visit The Solomon Victory Theater, featuring "Beyond All Boundaries," executive-produced by Tom Hanks, the Stage Door Canteen featuring entertainment from the WWII-era, the American Sector, a Chef John Besh Restaurant, and the Soda Shop!