There are always fun things to do in the French Quarter. Start your day by indulging in delicious beignets at Cafe du Monde before admiring historic Creole townhouses. After, take a relaxing stroll through Jackson Square and visit the St. Louis Cathedral and the Cabildo.
New Orleans is truly a haven for sports enthusiasts. Guests can venture to the state-of-the-art Smoothie King Center to watch the New Orleans Pelicans take on their opponents. Football fans can make their way to Caesars Superdome to cheer on the New Orleans Saints and enjoy a fantastic stadium atmosphere.
Board the Steamboat Natchez and take a two-hour scenic cruise down the mighty Mississippi in an authentic grand paddle wheeler. Listen to live jazz as you sip on handcrafted cocktails and take in beautiful views of some of New Orleans' most iconic sites. Toast with friends and family on a brunch cruise or admire the sunset as the jazz band plays on the dinner cruise.
From lively jazz clubs to popular bars to chic restaurants, there are countless things to do near Bourbon Street. Dive into the history of Jazz at the New Orleans Jazz Museum. Explore interactive exhibits and see great musical performances year-round. Later, head to Harrah's New Orleans Hotel & Casino to try your luck and enjoy exciting entertainment.
Venture to the charming Garden District to see magnificent homes before visiting the antique shops and art galleries on Royal Street. Once you've worked up an appetite delight in Cajun specialties the Big Easy is famous for. Then, head to the National World War II Museum to hear accounts from those who fought in the war and observe the artifacts collections.
1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130
At the Aquarium penguins, stingrays, sharks and other deep-sea creatures await your visit. See new animals and old favorites, too including the beloved sea otter Emma! You can also relax in front of the 400,000 gallon Gulf of Mexico exhibit, grab a bite to eat in the Aquarium's food court and then take home a souvenir from the gift shop.
The hotel is located at the start of the world-famous Bourbon Street, known for its dining, entertainment, and nightlife options.
1500 Sugar Bowl Drive, New Orleans, LA 70112
The Caesars Superdome is a world-class venue for Saints football games, bowl games, concerts, and conventions. Our guests enjoy a short walk to NFL games on game days.
700 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116
One of New Orleans’ most recognizable landmarks, Jackson Square is a National Historic Landmark nestled in the center of the French Quarter and welcomes over 2 million visitors and locals each year and hosts a number of city events and celebrations, weddings and photography sessions. Jackson Square has even served as a backdrop in a number of popular feature films and television shows. The landmark earns its name for the bronze statue of Andrew Jackson located in the center of the square.
The National WWII Museum, formerly known as The National D-Day Museum, is a military history museum that tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world, why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today. Located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., on Andrew Higgins Drive between Camp Street and Magazine Street
Café du Monde is the world's most famous coffee shop and a New Orleans institution. Found at the end of the French Market and the corner of Jackson Square in New Orleans' French Quarter, Café du Monde has been serving up their crispy beignets and creamy cafés au lait since 1862.
Harrahs New Orleans is a non smoking establishment with more than 1,500 of the hottest slots and more than 130 table games including blackjack, roulette, baccarat, craps, and three card poker. The poker room boasts more than 20 poker tables, offering several exciting varieties of poker that are suited to the recreational poker players and seasoned veterans.