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NEW ORLEANS POINTS OF INTERESTCrescent City BrewhouseLocated inside a legendary French Quarter building on historical property is New Orleans’ and Louisiana’s first brewpub. The property was included in the earliest known city plan signed in 1722. Its design has been recognized and awarded with the Vieux Carré City Council Award for maintaining the integrity of the historic property and outstanding renovation.527 Decatur Street, New Orleans(504) 522-0571 • crescentcitybrewhouse.com

Hermann-Grima and Gallier Historic HousesTwo of the most significant residences in New Orleans because they were de-signed during the Golden Age – an era of wealth, prosperity and lavish lifestyles. Visitors can learn about local architecture, the Golden Age of New Orleans, the people who lived and worked on the property and the women that preserved it.Hermann-Grima House – 820 Saint Louis Street, New OrleansGallier House – 1132 Royal Street, New Orleanshgghh.org

The Historic French Market DistrictThree centuries of history on six blocks of shops. Experience festivals, music events, children’s events and holiday events. It even has its own flea market and farmers market. Dine out or shop till you drop, open every day!New Orleans(504) 522-2621 • frenchmarket.org

Louisiana Children’s MuseumOne of the city’s premier attractions where children, families, caregivers and school groups can learn a diverse set of skills through fun and engaging interactive play and exhibits. The museum’s 30,000 square feet of space educates visitors through a range of activities – from reading to math skills to architectural ideas.420 Julia Street, New Orleans(504) 523-1357 • lcm.org

Old New Orleans Rum CompanyBorn on the backstreets of the legendary Ninth Ward neighborhood, Old New Orleans Rum Company makes nearly everything in-house on French-men Street. The molasses is sourced from Louisiana sugar cane and ages in American Oak that is charred and used only once by whiskey purveyors. Take a tour at Celebration Distillation, producer of Old New Orleans Rum, for a taste of New Orleans.2815 Frenchmen Street, New Orleans(504) 945-9400 • oldneworleansrum.com

The Outlet Collection at RiverwalkThis is the nation’s first upscale outlet center in a downtown setting. It features over 75 retailers and restaurants and is located right on the bank of the Mississippi River. With unbelievable discounts and your favorite brands, The Outlet Collection is a must see attraction.500 Port of New Orleans Place, New Orleans(504) 522-1555 • riverwalkneworleans.com

New Orleans Plantation CountryExperience history and even hauntings at some of Louisiana’s most celebrated plantations. Each of the ten homes in New Orleans Plantation Country offers unique experiences and an insider’s look at the wealth it took to build these lavish estates. Explore the elaborately decorated, antique-filled rooms, expan-sive landscaping and learn the stories of those who lived and worked there.(985) 359-2562 • neworleansplantationcountry.com

The New Orleans School of CookingExplore the wonderful food and rich culture of New Orleans and Louisiana with entertaining cooking classes held in the heart of the French Quarter. Learn to make the Louisiana basics, including Gumbo and Jambalaya, in a way you won’t forget.524 Saint Louis Street, New Orleans(800) 237-4841 • neworleansschoolofcooking.com

Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras WorldExperience firsthand the behind-the-scenes work that goes into Mardi Gras with a tour of Mardi Gras World. See where those massive floats are created and learn about the celebration’s unique history and festive tradition. Tours are held year-round and give you an authentic look into New Orleans culture. 1380 Port of New Orleans Place, New Orleans(504) 475-2056 • mardigrasworld.com

French QuarterVieux Carré is the oldest neighborhood in the city and a National Historic Land-mark. The neighborhood is heavily influenced and developed by the French, Spanish, Sicilians, Italians, Africans, Irish and others. The French Quarter is unique because it represents the melting pot of America and offers a party vibe on Bourbon Street and the sophisticated ambiance of Royal Street. The French Quarter is a place full of excitement and surprises. Bourbon Street is legendary.frenchquarter.com

Frenchmen StreetKnown as the “locals’ version of Bourbon Street,” Frenchman Street is your music destination in New Orleans. Located within walking distance of the French Quarter, Frenchmen Street offers an amazing variety of nightlife and music ranging from jazz to reggae to rock. Don’t miss the nocturnal French Art Market featuring amazing works by locals.frenchmenstreetlive.com

Garden DistrictOriginally laid out in 1832, this charming neighborhood offers a view of Old-World charm with its well-preserved mansions and lavish gardens. The heart of the neighborhood is the corner of Prytania Street and Washington Avenue. In this area you will find shopping, cafes, and the historic Lafayette Cemetery #1. Guided tours are available. And directly across the street is Commander’s Palace Restaurant.neworleanscvb.com

The Historic New Orleans CollectionLocated in the French Quarter, see a showcase of more than one million items from more than three centuries. It’s not just a museum, but also a research center and publisher dedicated to the preservation of New Orleans and the Gulf South history and culture. A variety of tours of the Royal Street complex are available.533 Royal Street, New Orleans(504) 523-4662 • hnoc.org

The National WWII MuseumOnce voted the #1 tourist attraction in New Orleans by TripAdvisor, this expansive and multi-faceted museum gives you an inside perspective on WWII. Learn through immersive exhibits, an expansive collection of artifacts and first-person accounts. It is designated by Congress as the official WWII museum of the United States.945 Magazine Street, New Orleans(504) 528-1944 • nationalww2museum.org

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New Orleans Cemetery TourDeparts 10 am Daily

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New Orleans Voodoo Tour7:30 pm - Fri./Sat./Sun.

New Orleans Scandal Tour5:30 pm Every Night

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723 St. Peter Street

GARDEN DISTRICT TOURDeparts 11:30 am Daily

Garden District Ghost & LegendsDeparts 2:30 pm Daily

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1400 Washington Avenue

New Orleans Vampire Tour8:30 pm Nightly

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Audubon Aquarium ofthe Americas1 Canal Street (at the River)New Orleans(504) 565-3033auduboninstitute.org

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Haunted History ToursTours meet at various locations.New Orleans(504) 861-2727HauntedHistoryTours.com

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