Make Your Way to New Orleans: Good Times and Nightlife
Experience some of the main attractions and lively streets of Bourbon, New Orleans with plenty of music clubs! Have a tour of the Garden District or the French Quarter and if you are into history, you can check out the Chalmette Battlefield and The National WWII Museum. If you want to know a little bit of the city’s culture, you can drop by the Backstreet Cultural Museum or explore one of the famous cemeteries, how about signing up for a plantation tour? Go and pack your things, together let us visit New Orleans!
Frenchmen Street is a well-known area for locals. It is packed with live music, restaurants, bars, night clubs and art galleries. In Frenchmen Street you can encounter cheaper drinks, food and better music. And if you want to shop, try Palace Market, it is a spot where you can find some locals who sell homemade arts and pieces of jewelry. What are you waiting for? Come and enjoy the great food, music and shopping!
Recent visitors to the French Quarter said that the neighborhood here is lively and you can have plenty of choices of what to do and see. Vieux Carré is what they also call this neighborhood. It is known as the heart and soul of this city, aside from that it is considered as a National Historic Landmark. You can find attractions like Faulkner House Books, Cabildo and Jackson Square on the narrow streets in this area.
The Cabildo was constructed in 1799 when New Orleans was under Spanish rule and later this Spanish-style building served as city hall and the Supreme court. Today it is home to a three-floor branch of the Louisiana State Museum where you can find Native American objects, some Colonial-era paintings and even the death mask of Napoleon Bonaparte. If you want a more recent history, you can also spot it in Cabildo too!