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Explore New Orleans

Explore the charming French Quarter. Enjoy beignets at Café du Monde, catch a game at Caesars Superdome, stroll Bourbon Street and enjoy the vibrant New Orleans nightlife.

Featured Attractions

French Quarter

French Quarter

New Orleans French Quarter, New Orleans, LA, 70116

Step out of our front door and into the enchanting world of the French Quarter. Nestled in the heart of the city, this historic neighborhood is a captivating blend of old-world charm and modern vibes. Meander through cobblestone streets lined with centuries-old architecture, where each building tells a story. Discover jazz echoing from vibrant clubs, indulge in delectable Creole and Cajun cuisine, and embrace the lively atmosphere that defines the soul of the city.

Audobon Aquarium

Audubon Aquarium

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.

Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street is the iconic heart of New Orleans' nightlife and entertainment. Located within the French Quarter, this historic thoroughfare is a bustling hub of activity day and night. As the sun sets, the street comes alive with the sounds of jazz and blues. Explore an array of bars, clubs, and restaurants offering a taste of the city's spirited culture. Sip on handcrafted cocktails, savor delectable Creole dishes, and immerse yourself in the vibrant ambiance that sets Bourbon Street apart. 

Cafe Du Monde

Cafe Du Monde

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.

Caesars Superdome

Caesars Superdome

1500 Sugar Bowl Drive, New Orleans, LA 70112

Standing tall as a testament to the city's rich history and passion for football, this legendary venue has witnessed countless thrilling moments and unforgettable events. Home to the New Orleans Saints and host to numerous Super Bowls, the Superdome is a hallowed ground where champions are crowned, and the roar of the crowd reverberates through its immense structure. Beyond football, it's a stage for world-class concerts, conventions, and electrifying performances that captivate audiences. 

The National World War II Museum

The National World War II Museum

From the gripping D-Day landings to the tales of bravery on the Pacific front, The National WWII Museum, is a tribute to the heroic men and women who shaped the course of history during one of the most significant events of the 20th century. This world-class museum takes you on an immersive journey through the American experience in World War II including why this war was fought, how it was won, and the enduring impact it has on our world today. 

People raising their hands in a conference center room

New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, 900 Convention Center Blvd, New Orleans, LA, 70130

The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center stands as a beacon of innovation and collaboration in the heart of the Crescent City. With its prime location along the Mississippi River, this world-class venue hosts conferences, trade shows, and events that shape industries and bring people together. 

Bowling balls on a rack

Harrah's New Orleans

Harrah's 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.

Other Things To Do in New Orleans

Things To Do

Jackson Square

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.

Local Tips

Local Tips

Must See

Endless fun awaits in the vibrant French Quarter! Begin your day with a beignet from Cafe du Monde. Embark on a journey through time as you admire the architectural wonders of historic Creole townhouses. Stroll leisurely through the enchanting Jackson Square, where the magnificent St. Louis Cathedral and the iconic Cabildo beckon you to explore their rich history and timeless charm.

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New Orleans is a haven for sports. Discover the exhilarating atmosphere of the state-of-the-art Smoothie King Center as you watch the New Orleans Pelicans take on their opponents. If football is your passion, head to the iconic Caesars Superdome to cheer for the New Orleans Saints and savor the electric stadium experience. Get ready for a sports-filled adventure in the heart of the city!


Board the Steamboat Natchez, a magnificent grand paddle wheeler, for a two-hour scenic cruise, a brunch cruise or dinner cruise, along the majestic Mississippi River. Let the enchanting notes of live jazz serenade your senses as you savor handcrafted cocktails and soak in breathtaking views of New Orleans' iconic landmarks.

Must Do

Immerse yourself in the rich history of Jazz at the New Orleans Jazz Museum, where interactive exhibits and musical performances bring the spirit of Jazz to life year-round. Then, venture to Harrah's New Orleans Hotel & Casino for a thrilling night of gaming and captivating entertainment. Whether you're into jazz, gaming, or exquisite dining, the excitement near Bourbon Street knows no bounds!

Don't Go Home Without

Explore the charming Garden District filled with magnificent architectural homes. Stroll Royal Street and discover antique shops and art galleries. Indulge in renowned Cajun specialties that the Big Easy is famous for. Visit the National World War II Museum and hear firsthand accounts from those who lived through the war and explore a remarkable collection of wartime artifacts.