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French Quarter No matter what time of year you visit, the French Quarter is a must-see. The Vieux Carre is home to beautiful architecture, history, food, and music, as well as longtime residents, chatty tour guides, and talented street artists.
National WWII Museum There are award-winning exhibits on the facade of the National WWII Museum, which tell stories of WWII veterans.
City Park There is a 1,300-acre green space filled with moss-drenched oaks, quiet walking paths, and native birds in City Park.
Café du Monde The best cafe de monde with hot, fresh beignets has always been available in this French Quarter since 1862.
Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience New Orleans' newest museum explores the South. The Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience (MSJE) traces the unique history of Jews in thirteen Southern states from the earliest days of slavery to the present.
Studio Be There is a huge, vibrant mural on the front of this large warehouse in Bywater that welcomes guests. The artwork there is by local artist Brandon Odums, better known as BMike.
Jazz Fest One of the biggest annual festivals in the Crescent City, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival honors the distinctive music, arts, culture, and heritage of the city.