Local Attractions

There are plenty of things to see and do. Most are within walking distance of our doorstep

Bourbon Street ~ In the French Quarter. See it in the day and again at night.

Frenchmen Street ~ Just two blocks away. Favorite local clubs, restaurants and coffee houses

The French Market ~ North Peters St. between Barracks St. and Gov. Nichols St.

Jackson Square ~ Bounded by Chartres St. and Decatur St. between St. Ann St. and St Peter St.

Saint Louis Cathedral ~ Facing Jackson Square, this is the oldest continuously functioning church in the country. The present building dates to 1790.

Cabildo Museum ~ Facing Jackson Square. On the left side next to the St. Louis Cathedral. The Louisiana Purchase was signed here.

Presbytere Museum ~ Facing Jackson Square. On the right side next to the St. Louis Cathedral

Aquarium of the Americas/IMAX Theater ~ Iberville St. at the Mississippi River.

Canal Place Mall ~ Upscale shopping. Canal St. at the Mississippi River.

River Walk Mall ~ Between Spanish Plaza and the Convention Center. A mile long mall overlooking the Mississippi River.

St. Louis Cemetery #1 ~ Basin St. at Bienville St. oldest cemetery in New Orleans.

Harrah's Casino ~ Canal St. at South Peters St.

Morial Convention Center ~ On the other side of River Walk Mall on Convention Center Blvd.

Riverfront Street Car Line ~ Begins 3 blocks away at the foot of Elysian Fields Avenue at the Mississippi River

The Old U.S. Mint ~ 400 Esplanade

Voodoo Museum ~ 724 Dumaine St.

Ogden Museum of Southern Art ~ 925 Camp St.

Confederate Memorial Hall ~ 929 Camp St.

National World War II Museum ~ 945 Magazine St.

Historic New Orleans Collection ~ 533 Royal St.

Mahalia Jackson Theater ~ 1419 Basin St.

New Orleans Museum of Art ~ One Collins C Diboll Circle - City Park

And the list goes on .....