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New Orleans for Families

 
Family fun starts in New Orleans with a visit to our many attractions. Plan where your crew will pop in today!
New Orleans attractions for kids
Think the French Quarter is just for adults? Think again. There are plenty of fun things for kids, too, in the Vieux Carré.
National World War II Museum
The National World War II Museum welcomes history lovers and patriots to America’s official World War II Museum.
Audubon Zoo in New Orleans
This New Orleans zoo is a treasure trove of animal life is consistently ranked among the country’s best.
New Orleans City Park
This 1,300 acre New Orleans park is filled with recreational activities, the New Orleans Museum of Art, Storyland, and much more.
New Orleans Children's Museum
Bring the whole family to one of America’s best children’s museums to experience a day of learning and fun!
New Orleans Park
Lay beneath the hundreds of oak trees or take a stroll around the walking path in the heart of Uptown.
Mardi Gras - New Orleans Festivals
Mardi Gras is a great time for families and kids. Here are tips on how to enjoy parades and activities with little ones.
 
New Orleans Family Itineraries
Even parents will feel like kids again as they discover the one-of-a-kind family fun New Orleans has to offer.

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Audubon Aquarium
More than 15,000 sea life creatures inhabit the extraordinary Audubon Aquarium of the Americas.
Mardi Gras World
They've entertained parade watchers since 1837. Learn how they are made at the world's largest float facility.
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