You'll start your day at the WWII museum by getting a dog tag and boarding the "train." During the rest of your journey, you'll get updates about your soldiers' story.
St. Louis Cathedral is one of the defining landmarks of New Orleans. It is an impressive 18th-century church bounding Jackson Square in the French Quarter.
Bourbon Street could very well be considered the Nightlife Capital of America, and it’s one of the things New Orleans is best known for.
The steamboat Natchez is one of only two real sternwheelers operating under steam on the Mississippi River today. Families River, Engine Room.
Café du Monde is a famous open-air café in the French Quarter near Jackson Square. This cafe dates back to 1862 and makes visitors feel like it.
Frenchmen Street is the main New Orleans thoroughfare for live music venues - mostly local jazz clubs. It's a short car ride or long walk from the French Quarter.
Mardi Gras season in New Orleans is arguably the biggest party in the country. The season begins on 6 January and ends the day before Lent begins.
Ghost tours are a great way to spend a night in New Orleans. In a city known for its eerie history and alleged ghosts.
The New Orleans Jazz Fest is a world-renowned and multi-coveted experience. New Orleans can get a little crowded during Jazz Fest and tickets are expensive.
Magazine Street is a main Uptown New Orleans thoroughfare. It follows the bend of the Mississippi River and was named for an ammunition magazine located there.