Check out some Local Attractions!

Riverwalk New Orleans

The Riverwalk is an outlet mall with nearly 75 stores overlooking the beautiful Mississippi River. Being directly adjacent to the Convention Center, this is the place to indulge in your favorite clothing brands after your favorite competition!

Take a look!

The French Market

Merchants from all over the world bring their wares to an open-air shoppers paradise in the French Market's Flea Market everyday of the year from 9 am-6 pm. Traditional items such as clothing and antiques, combined with art, jewelry, candles and crafts to make this a market of diversity and a community of culture!

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The Audubon Nature Institute

The Audubon Nature Institute includes the Aquarium, Audubon Zoo, and the Butterfly Garden & Insectarium. With these amazing exhibits theres no end to the learning you and your children can get!

come play!

National WWII Museum

Come experience the story of America in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn

Come learn!

Preservation Hall

Preservation Hall is a musical venue in the French Quarter established in 1961 to protect, preserve, and perpetuate traditional New Orleans jazz. It is now also a house band, record label, and non-profit organization. With shows every night, you are sure to appreciate a little bit of history with a little bit of music. Open for jazz lovers of all ages!

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Harrah's Casino

The first gambling casino in American opened in New Orleans in 1822; in 1999, Harrah's brought back the action! With more than 1,500 slots, 20 poker tables,  130 table games, gaming courtyards, a Steakhouse, HooDoo Lounge, and Masquerade Nightclub, you are sure to have a great time!  Because let's be honest, sometimes you just need some adult time!


Mardi Gras World

Mardi Gras World is where Mardi Gras is made! Come take a tour and learn the history of this unique and festive tradition. You get to see behind the scenes- the floats, the masks, the costumes, and of course, the king cake!

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