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Go see all the history and enjoy all the local artists and performers that populate this age-old city square where New Orleans meets the river!
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Built in 1721, Historic park located in the French Quarter. Louisiana was made United States territory in 1803. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960.
Jackson Square is a historic park in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960, for its central role in the city's history, and as the site where in 1803 Louisiana was made United States territory pursuant to the Louisiana Purchase
You can see the beautiful river, eat a Beignet at Cafe Du Monde and watch street musicians all at once.
The heart of the heart of the city, and while it resembles Disney at first glance, it's far more interesting than the Magic Kingdom. Go inside the St. Louis Cathedral and view the interior, especially after a Sunday mass just to a bit of the magnificent pipe organ. Relax on the lawn in the square,…
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“You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go! ”
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“Discover the most impactful event of the 20th century and the legacy of the WWII generation in thought-provoking exhibits—including our permanent exhibit, The Arsenal of Democracy: The Herman and George R. Brown Salute to the Home Front—and explore the American experience in the war that changed the world. From D-Day galleries and the 4D cinematic experience Beyond All Boundaries to the soaring US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center and the groundbreaking Campaigns of Courage, this world-renowned history museum is designed to inspire visitors of all ages in the lessons of World War II and the stories of heroism, tragedy, and liberation.”
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“Located on the Mississippi River adjacent to the French Quarter, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is consistently top ranked, voted as one of the top five in the country in the USA Today “10Best” reader poll and ranked as one of the top things to do in New Orleans. The Aquarium transports visitors to an underwater world from the Caribbean, to the Amazon Rainforest, to the waters that give New Orleans its lifeblood: the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. With more than 3,600 animals from more than 250 species, including endangered species, such as African penguins, and rare animals, such as white alligators, the Aquarium offers you an experience you'll never forget.”
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“Serving as New Orleans' largest outdoor attraction since 1854, City Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. With its iconic oak trees and picturesque moss canopies, this 1,300 acre green space brings in millions of visitors each year. People come from near and far to enjoy the beautiful trails and scenery, as well as the endless amount of vendors, museums and activities within the park itself. With multiple themed gardens, biking and walking paths, live concerts, an amusement park and the World's largest grove of mature live oak trees, City Park has something for everyone!”
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“Frenchman is a great option instead of bourbon for live music. Great music venues everywhere. The street vendors have great food if they are out, and we love stopping at 13 for a bite to eat as well.”
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