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The 1850 House
523 St. Ann St., Lower Pontalba Bldg., Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 524-9118, (800) 568-6968

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Historic Home

Description: Faithfully furnished with domestic goods, decorative arts and art of the period, the 1850 House depicts middle class family life during the most prosperous period in New Orleans' history.
Academy of the Sacred Heart Chapel
4521 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 891-1943

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Church/Cathedral of Interest, Historic Building
Algiers/Canal Ferry - Algiers Terminal
1 Morgan St., New Orleans, LA 70114 [Map It]
(504) 250-9110

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Unknown

Description: Used by locals on their daily commutes, the ferry also serves as a fast, scenic way to navigate from one end of the city to the other. See why New Orleans is called the Crescent City as you make your way from the foot of Canal Street to historic Algiers Point on the West Bank. During the day you can see the legendary, muddy waters of the Mississippi. And at night, watch the city skyline sparkle in the distance. Whenever you make your journey, the ferry is a great place to get tips and recommendations from true New Orleanians.
All Ways Lounge and Theatre
2240 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117 [Map It]
(504) 218-5778

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater
Attraction Type/s: Theatre (Performance)

Description: All Ways Lounge and Theater is a burlesque venue with live, local music and entertaining shows almost every night. If you are looking for a local spot with a loud, and very active audience, All Ways is the place to stop. All Ways Lounge and Theater is an exciting place to visit for music and drinks any night, just be sure you’re ready to dance!
American Italian Cultural Center
537 S. Peters St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 522-7294

Neighborhood: Arts District/Convention Center
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Research Facility

Description: The American Italian Cultural Center in the heart of downtown New Orleans is a repository of priceless information and memorabilia celebrating the contributions of the sons and daughters of Italy to the city’s cultural life.
Amistad Research Center
6823 St. Charles Ave., Tilton Memorial Hall,Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 862-3222

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Research Facility

Description: Located on the beautiful campus of Tulane University in uptown New Orleans, the Amistad Research Center houses the country's largest collection of manuscripts about African Americans, race relations and civil rights. This center is the focal point of research by historians, nonfiction authors, novelists and those pursuing information about their family's history.
Anthony Bean Community Theater
1333 S. Carrollton Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 862-7529

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Theatre (Performance)
Archdiocesan Archives
1100 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 529-2651

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attraction Type/s: Research Facility

Description: The Archdiocesan Archives serves as the official research facility and repository for the records of the New Orleans Archdiocese. The organization’s ultimate goal is to serve and support the mission of the Archdiocese, which is to collect, organize, and document the records of Catholicism in Louisiana. The Archdiocese of New Orleans includes eight civil parishes in the surrounding area.
Ashe Cultural Arts Center
1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70113 [Map It]
(504) 569-9070

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Museum

Description: Aiming to revive and reclaim a historically-significant corridor of in Central City, Ashé Cultural Arts Center is a gathering place for emerging and established artists to create and present their works.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
1 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 581-4629, (800) 774-7394

Neighborhood: Central Business District/Downtown
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Aquarium

Description: Discover a world filled with 15,000 water-loving creatures, like graceful seahorses, neon-colored frogs and jaunty penguins. Come face to face with a white alligator. Pet a baby shark. And feel like an undersea explorer as you walk through the 30-foot-long Caribbean Reef tunnel. With so much to explore, you could spend all day at this amazing, state-of-the-art museum.
Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
423 Canal St., Custom House, New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 581-4629, (800) 774-7394

Neighborhood: Central Business District/Downtown
Attraction Type/s: Museum

Description: Dedicated to over 900,000 species of insects and their relatives, the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium gives you a glimpse into the beautiful, exciting world of these curious creatures. Inside you’ll find a Hall of Fame showcasing amazing specimens, a recreated swamp habitat, a café with insect-themed fare, and a Japanese garden with free-flying butterflies. Bring your camera for incredible photo-ops in this interactive, 23,000-square-foot space.
Audubon Park
6500 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 861-2537

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Park/Square (Recreational)

Description: Audubon Park opened in 1898 and was the site of the World Cotton Centennial in 1884. People travel from near and far to marvel at and enjoy the ever-beautiful oak trees, lagoons, and expansive green space located within the park. For the millions who use the park for picnics, relaxing, walking, running, cycling and special events there is no better place in New Orleans for recreational fun and relaxation.
Audubon Park Golf Course
6500 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 212-5290, (866) 248-4652

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Sporting Venue, Golf Course

Description: Golfers find beautiful greens, lush landscaping and four lagoons brimming with geese and duck in this 81-acre, 4,189 yard, par-62 course with 12 par 3s, four par 4s, and two par 5.
Audubon Park Tennis Courts
6320 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70113 [Map It]
(504) 895-1042

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Tennis Court
The Audubon Zoo
6500 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 581-4629, (800) 774-7394

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Zoo

Description: Audubon Zoo is a New Orleans landmark and a living museum filled with some of the rarest and most beautiful creatures of nature. There have been animals at this site since the 1884 World Exposition in Audubon Park. Today, Audubon Zoo is 58 acres of animals in their natural habitats. The Zoo consistently ranks among this country's best.
AWF All Star Lanes
3640 Williams Blvd., Kenner, LA 70065 [Map It]
(504) 443-5353

Neighborhood: Jefferson Parish
Attraction Type/s: Bowling Alley
The Backstreet Cultural Museum
1116 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 522-4806

Neighborhood: Treme
Attraction Type/s: Museum

Description: At The Backstreet Cultural Museum, visitors can find an amazing assortment of memorabilia indigenous to Mardi Gras, jazz funerals and other traditions found only in New Orleans. The museum houses the city’s largest collection of brilliantly colored and elaborately designed Mardi Gras Indian costumes hand made by local artisans costing upwards of $10,000 a piece. In this simple setting, the museum also houses an enormous collection of still photos and video footage of Mardi Gras Indians, jazz funerals and second lines.
Bayou Kayaks
1101 Florida Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 814-0551

Neighborhood: Mid-City
Attraction Type/s: Other Attraction, Boat/Yacht Charter

Description: We’re a little outfitter with a big outfitter attitude. We’ll get you in the water and paddling on Bayou St John so you can enjoy a little piece of the Sportsman’s Paradise right here in the Big Easy. Paddle from our launch site up the bayou to Orleans Ave and down to Robert E Lee Blvd, and experience the city from a new perspective.
Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge
(985) 882-2000

Neighborhood: Gentilly/New Orleans East/Chalmette
Attraction Type/s: Fishing/Hunting/Wildlife

Description: The largest urban National Wildlife Refuge in the United States is located only 15 minutes from the French Quarter. Bayou Sauvage supports over 340 bird species, including wading and secretive marsh birds dependent on the refuge for survival. There are also healthy populations of alligators, turtles, otters, fish, and other wild animal species. Try your hand at canoeing, hiking, or birdwatching as you take in Lousiana's natural beauty.
Beauregard-Keyes House
1113 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 523-7257

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Historic Home

Description: Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant (P.G.T.) Beauregard was a New Orleans native who ordered the first shots of the Civil War fired on Fort Sumter, South Carolina in April 1861. Frances Parkinson Keyes was a noted author of more than fifty books and short story collections. Built in 1826, the Chartres Street house they lived in at separate times nearly a century apart bears both of their names and is today a French Quarter landmark.
Besthoff Sculpture Garden
1 Collins Diboll Cir., City Park, New Orleans, LA 70124 [Map It]
(504) 488-2631

Neighborhood: Lakefront/Lakeview
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Garden

Description: With over 50 priceless sculptures set on five acres, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is a true New Orleans treasure. Located next to the magnificent New Orleans Museum of Art, this outdoor space includes modern and contemporary pieces meant to inspire art lovers of all kinds. Take your time wandering the grounds and soaking in the beautiful scenery - there's something to delight you at every turn.
Big Lake at City Park
Big Lake Trail, City Park, New Orleans, LA 70124 [Map It]
(504) 482-4888

Neighborhood: Mid-City
Attraction Type/s: Park/Square (Recreational)

Description: Take in the natural beauty of NOLA by floating through the historic bayous and lagoons of City Park. Slow down and you’ll notice ducks, swans, geese and other aquatic wildlife, plus a fountain that shoots water about 30-40 feet in the air. With pedal boats that seat 4 and rowboats that seat 3, it’s fun for the whole family.
Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World
1380 Port of New Orleans Pl., New Orleans, LA 70114 [Map It]
(504) 361-7821, (800) 362-8213

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attraction Type/s: Museum

Description: See another side of Mardi Gras at this museum that also serves as the largest float-building facility in the world. Guided tours give a history of the festival, from the mule-drawn carriages of the past to the sophisticated mega-floats of today. Along the way you'll see colorful floats and costumes in all their splendor, plus get to sample Mardi Gras treats like king cake and coffee.
Bocage Plantation
39050 Highway 942, Darrow, LA 70725 [Map It]
(225) 588-8000

Neighborhood: Outside Metro Area
Attraction Type/s: Historic Home, Plantations

Description: Considered a jewel of the River Road plantations and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bocage Plantation is an original, historic treasure of Louisiana. The antebellum mansion, with tree-lined path, two-story columns and elegant decor, has deep historic ties to the early colonization of the Southern United States. The mansion hosts daily tours, private events, and Bed & Breakfast stays. Bocoage Plantation is located just an hour outside of New Orleans and is a perfect day-trip excursion for visitors looking to experience the rich history of Louisiana.
The Botanical Gardens
1 Palm Terrace, City Park, New Orleans, LA 70124 [Map It]
(504) 483-9386

Neighborhood: Lakefront/Lakeview
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Garden

Description: The New Orleans Botanical Garden at City Park offers a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Nature lovers of all ages wander around the lush foliage, play in the open gardens or relax near the tranquil fountains. Surrounded by the nation’s largest collection of mature live oaks, patrons enjoy a sensual walk past 2,000 varieties of plants. Most of the vegetation is native to Louisiana, but there are many other more exotic species.
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