Travel and Visit NOLA’s Oldest Attractions
NOLA is not only known for its festival called Mardi Gras, but there are also many old attractions that are recommended to visit in the city! These attractions will make you fascinated with the amazing stories about how they came to be. Visit the oldest attractions in NOLA and learn about their history!
The Cabildo is a museum in NOLA that was once a city hall of the Spanish government. Today, the Cabildo is known as a historical building and at the same time, a museum that exhibits artifacts, documents and images from history. The Cabildo also offers Educational Programs that include Field Trips, Scavenger Hunts, Free Books and Lesson Plans. Have an educational and historical tour when you visit the Cabildo in NOLA!
Visit the neighborhood of NOLA and you will find the Garden District. Garden District was developed in 1832 until 1900 that is now one of the tourist destinations in NOLA. It was where wealthy Americans lived during the mid-1800s who avoided to live with the Creoles in the French Quarter. The beautiful mansions and villas are still present in the Garden District that is popular with the locals and tourists today.
When you visit the French Quarter in NOLA, you will find a live music venue called the Preservation Hall. It is located on St. Peter in NOLA that is 3 minutes away from St. Louis Cathedral. The Preservation Hall was founded in 1961 and they have been performing good jazz music until today. Buy your tickets and have a fun listening experience with the performances at the Preservation Hall.