Café Du Monde
Cafe au lait and New Orleans’ famous beignets make this stop a must for anyone visiting the Big Easy. Start off your first day of touring at the iconic Cafe Du Monde for a delicious breakfast and a relaxing look at the New Orleans community. Take note of the welcoming hospitality that denotes the Deep South!
Wind along the Mississippi River for an amazing view, including a great photo op of the antique style steamboats that cruise along the riverfront. Located in the Upper French Quarter and across from Jackson Square, Woldenberg Park is just a stone's throw from many of New Orleans' premiere attractions.
From Woldenberg Park, hop on over and take a stroll through Jackson Square where there’s always an artisan showcasing their craft or perhaps a fortune teller, human statues, or street performers. Be enchanted by the stunning St. Louis Cathedral and the history of the area or take a guided tour to learn more!
St. Louis Cathedral
Step inside one of the oldest cathedrals in the U.S., one that claims the surrounding landscape with its stunning architecture. Named for Saint Louis IX, a patron saint of France, the cathedral opened in 1794 and continues to operate as an active Catholic church. They welcome people of all faiths to tour the church and visit the Convent Museum on site.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas/ IMAX
Discover underwater delights and the Mississippi River Valley in this aquatic excursion. Part of the Audubon Nature Institute, the Aquarium of the Americas has exhibits ranging from the Amazon Rainforest to interactive touchpools, the Great Maya Reef, and much more. Visit the famous sea otters, African and Rockhopper penguins, green sea turtles, and more then sit back and enjoy a five and a half-story IMAX film experience.
Algiers Ferry/Algiers Point
Board the historic ferry at the base of Canal Street, right next door to the Aquarium of the Americas. This awesome Mississippi River experience takes you on a ferry ride around the most perfect views of the New Orleans skyline and St. Louis Cathedral. It's an incredibly affordable ride and one that will not disappoint as you enjoy the sunset over New Orleans.
St. Charles Streetcar
Ride along St. Charles Avenue and beneath a canopy of oak trees, in a streetcar with old-world style and charm.
Audubon Park/Audubon Zoo
Visit all your favorite exotic animals, the Louisiana Swamp exhibit, and Monkey Hill. Cool off in the Cool Zoo splash park, and enjoy a stick of hand-made taffy by the Roman Candy Man.
Casual dining under a canopy of oak trees in a beautiful local favorite.
Stay uptown for some shopping, dinner, and dessert from the sweetshop, Sucre
Haunted History Tour
Choose from a variety of spooky yet educational tours on New Orleans history and legend.
National World War II Museum
A video narrated by Tom Hanks, an aircraft exhibit, artifacts from D-Day, and much more tell the story of the heroic American role in the war that changed the world.
Mardi Gras World
Put on authentic costumes and explore warehouses filled with official MARDI GRAS FLOATS (pictured). Learn the intricacies of designing and building the massive vehicles, discover Mardi Gras traditions, and enjoy king cake and coffee while you tour.
Shopping in French Quarter or The Riverwalk