St. Louis Cathedral
Stunning cathedral in our beloved French Quarter! Just outside you’ll see live music and performances.
Simply gorgeous inside and out! Walk around it, go inside and visit the park in front of it and all the art displayed.
In the heart of the French Quarter by the world famous Jackson Square. It is the oldest continuously active Roman Catholic Cathedral in the United States,originally built in 1795 and dedicated to King Louis IX of France.
Oldest Catholic Cathedral in the United States, dominates the city with its beauty and history.
Right across the street from Cafe Du Monde. There's also art market surrounding this Cathedral.
“The Cabildo is a Louisiana State Museum with some terrific artifacts from New Orleans' past. I love seeing an old K&B pharmacy signs and Pontchartrain Beach amusement park memorabilia. Experience a full Mardi Gras Indians suit and marvel at the intricate, year-round, hand sewing.”
“You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go! ”
“This is easily one of the most incredible and thought provoking places to spend your day—especially if it’s a rainy one! You can enjoy the 4D movie Beyond All Boundaries and watch performers dance 1940s style! ”
“ One of the most fun bars. Locals and tourist go. It’s one of the oldest in the quarter at the very end of Bourbon street. The purple drink is surprisingly good and is sure to help you catch a buzz and sing along to the piano player!”
“One of the few Jazz venues you can bring children, buy your tickets online, 3 shows a night. This a beautiful historic place where greats like Louis Armstrong played. Watch the film A Tuba To Cuba to learn the full story about this special place. ”