WHERE TO VISIT
During your trip to New Orleans, don’t miss out on these amazing attractions and awesome establishments located within this stunning city!
The National WWII Museum—Inside this beautiful and enormous building you’ll find interesting exhibits, interactive and informative displays, actual artifacts and restored places from the war, and much more! Get your tickets ahead of time to explore this museum which offers comprehensive coverage of WWII.
Frenchmen Street—While Bourbon St. might be better known, Frenchmen St. is the real place to go for an authentic New Orleans experience. In this lively jazz district you’ll find a thriving music scene with an eclectic vibe and a contagious energy. Grab a drink from the bar, browse the art markets, and let the sounds serenade you!
Jackson Square—This picturesque and mellow park is the perfect place to spend a laid-back afternoon in the city. Here you can learn about the local culture, watch live music from street performers, and pick up some souvenirs from the shops which surround the square.
Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World—If you miss the actual Mardi Gras celebration, the second best thing is Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World. This warehouse workshop stores the floats and costumes of past, present, and future parades so you can get a taste of what Mardi Gras is really like, even when Carnival isn’t taking place.
Parkway Bakery & Tavern—After exploring the city, you’re likely to work up an appetite, which means it’s time to head to Parkway Bakery & Tavern! Their legendary Po’Boys are likely to be the best you’ve ever had. They also serve a variety of other foods that are both cheap and delicious.
Cemetery Tours—Because of the high water table in the city, they don’t bury their dead underground. Instead, they put them in above-ground mausoleums and elaborate tombs which make for an interesting tour experience. French Quarter RV Resort is located right across from the St. Louis Cemetery, so be sure to take a walk through during your stay!