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#2 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Just a short walk from Bourbon Street, you can learn some history, behold the beautiful and breathtaking sights of The Cathedral, take a walk or relax in the Plaza, and stroll to little shops or eateries.
Views of the Mississippi River, the Moon Walk, Andrew Jackson on horseback statue, old cannons, fountains, hundred year old trees, and of course the beautiful gem that is the St. Louis Cathedral.
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#3 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
We thoroughly enjoyed strolling the French Quarter and taking in the sights and sounds: the Spanish-style architecture, music by street musicians, the market, shops, cafes, excellent restaurants, Cathedral and fam...
Street vendors, artist, horse & carriages, restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, markets, adult entertainment venues (if you know what I mean), amazing landmarks and the most superb picturesque views...take it all in.
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#5 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Well preserved and exceptionally beautiful, the Hermann-Grima house provides an incredible view of nineteenth century French Quarter living.
It's sister site, the Gallier House, are must-sees for anyone who is interested in what it was like to live in the Quarter in days gone by.
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#6 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Stop by for mass or light a candle and visit view the Gorgeous surrounding, Historic, Amazing, and Peaceful within a party city
St Louis Cathedral is the oldest Roman Catholic Cathedral in the United States.....it is one of the most picturesque sites in New Orleans and is a must see....when inside you can almost feel the history of the Fre...
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#8 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Wow. Loved this authentic, old school, traditional jazz in such a historic site.
Intimate with terrific views of the performers.
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#16 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Was able to catch a live performance for Sunday Brunch and enjoy the sights and sounds of New Orleans in this very casual but insightful spot.
Great entertainment, great food with many sites to see due to the proximity to Bourbon St.
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#17 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
It is located across the street from thevOld Ursuline Convent so it is easy to see both of these historic sites.
Some antebellum houses are listed as National Landmarks and others aren't.
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#23 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
This dark old bar makes great Hurricanes and is a great place to post out for a bit and watch groups gather for a night on Bourbon St. Close to many landmarks and galleries has lots of room for larger groups and v...
Unique site, one of the oldest (some claims are the oldest) bars in the U.S. You’re treading on property with history dating back to the early 1700’s.
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#24 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Fascinating site of early Southern American history!
Our visit to this historic site greatly helped our appreciation of NOLO's history and the place of the nuns in it.
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#26 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Seems like National park Rangers in additionto enjoying history and nature are mutli-talented with their musical and dramatic skills (as exhibited at the Longfellow National Historic Site).
Lots of info, but they could use some video presentations like most park service sites
#28 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Practitioners on site
#31 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
This restored house built in 1859 provides a fascinating view of life in pre-Civil War New Orleans.
#37 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
It was a fun atmosphere and we sat outside on the patio overlooking bourbon street which was a great way to sit back and enjoy the sites while enjoying our drinks!
#38 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
This Mansion was once the tallest building in the French Quarter and the site of many social events in the early 1800's thanks to the evil owner Delphine LaLaurie.
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#43 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
... NOLA - but, in the spirit of the place, it is very colorful and is designed in a way that encourages you to stop and contemplate as you slowly walk around it and view the changing faces of it from several angles.
Yet out of the chaos a rainbow appears, symbolizing hope and renewal, which then leads to a blue sky which symbolizes holiness The next view is a double Menorah/rainbow which symbolizes faith, restoration of relig...
#44 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
When you are staying in New Orleans you just have to do the Bourbon Street experience and take in at your own pace, the sights and sounds of New Orleans ,There are lots of places of entertainment and fun and to ea...
Great sites, fun trolleys & wonderful weather.
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#54 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Coffee shop/bar on site.
#56 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Touching site.
#59 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
What a wonderful treat to visit this historic site and find this display of pottery.
Site of scenes in Interview with a Vampire, Jonah Hex, and many more.
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