In French, New Orleans' original language, the word “reveillon” means “awakening.” Today dozens of New Orleans restaurants offer Reveillon Dinners all December long with menus inspired by those enjoyed by the Creole families who began the tradition.
Part playground, part performance space, the Music Box Village in New Orleans' Bywater offers a unique aural experience for those who visit. Ready to plan your trip?
Spend the day on one of Uptown’s hippest thoroughfares with Freret Street Festival! This free festival takes place every spring and spans six blocks featuring live music, great food and true New Orleans culture.
This artsy neighborhood boasts distinct architecture, dozens of galleries, museums to expand your mind, and plenty of incredible food to fuel you through a day of exploring.
Explore City Park, a 1,300-acre green space that stretches from Mid-City to the base of Lake Pontchartrain. Nature trails and boat paths make enjoying time outside in City Park easy. And if you want to take the activities indoors, the New Orleans Museum of Art sits at the foot of City Park and is the oldest art museum in New Orleans.
The National World War II Museum engages visitors by creating experiences. It focuses on individual stories of the people who were integral in the war and connects visitors with the past.
Some describe it as the best kept secret in New Orleans. Take the ferry across the Mississippi River to visit Old Algiers.
Tag along as we explore some of the city's top rooftop bars, offering awesome drinks and even better views.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, enjoy fresh, seasonal produce grown by local farmers while having a true New Orleans cultural experience at the Crescent City Farmers Market.
New Orleans is a cultural hub for great works of art. Virtually visit Studio BE, a warehouse in the Bywater neighborhood that is home to works from black artists and captures the black experience like no other.
Here in New Orleans, we have a festival for everything including the Po-Boy. That's right, we celebrate NOLA's most famous fare every November with a one-day-only event on Oak Street in the Riverbend.
The French Market is one of those New Orleans experiences you just can't miss. Actually, it's a lot of different experiences rolled into one: six blocks of shopping and dining along the riverfront.