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    New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum

    15 reviews

    With a unique collection of voodoo-related items from the mysteries, secrets, histories, folklore, rituals, zombies, gris-gris, and famous practitioners of the religion, this has to be one of the most interesting small museums in the country. It’s intended to be an educational and entertaining experience designed for preserving the legacy of the New Orleans flavor of Voodoo and meant for ...

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    St. Louis Cathedral

    63 reviews

    Wonderful place for a little peace and quiet and reflection.

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  • 3

    Saint Louis Cemetery #1

    31 reviews

    All the the St Louis Cemeteries are amazing bits of history that you can touch and photograph freely. I love walking around these lovely, empty places and thinking about the people who lie there.

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    Jackson Square

    84 reviews

    My favorite part of going here (other than the historical significance and beautiful scenery) is that local artists set up shop all around the perimeter of Jackson Square, so it's a great place to buy and view the great work of the local artists.

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    Crescent City Books

    2 reviews

    I recently received an email from Yelp HQ, advising me that I needed to keep my reviews real. There's a story here of which I'm happy to explain offline, especially for my online friends who know better. But in the meantime, I needed to take this advice to heart and up my authenticity game. Crescent City Books was one cool ...

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    Lafayette Cemetery

    28 reviews

    If you haven't taken a guided tour, and learned the culture of how they bury, and the traditions, be sure to read up on it, or find a tour . Bloody Mary Tours has a guided night time cemetery tour. Its a lot of fun, and a little freaky. You will learn ALOT! We really enjoyed it.

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    Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop

    52 reviews

    Built in 1772, this building is one of the oldest, if not THE oldest, continually-run bar in New Orleans, and perhaps in the entire United States. It looks like a dingy pirate haven, and, apparently, Jean Lafitte himself owned it for some time, using it until 1791 as his base for his Barataria smuggling operation, and he’s been reported to ...

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  • 8

    New Orleans City Park

    37 reviews

    The park was built during the Great Depression by the Works Progress Administration and is one of the largest and best urban parks in the US. The sculpture garden is free and a must see if you need a restful escape or peaceful stroll. The massive, Spanish moss draped Live Oaks, some over 800 years, now shade walkers and joggers ...

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  • 9

    Abandoned Jazzland / Six Flags New Orleans

    2 reviews

    Maybe you’re an urban adventurer looking for a real-life Zombieland experience (sans Twinkies) of your own. Or maybe you’re a budding photographer looking for some really strange/unique subjects and backgrounds to practice shooting on. Either way, even though it may technically be considered as trespassing, this is one hell of a spot for those who want to get in touch ...

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  • 10

    French Market

    57 reviews

    The quality of the goods has deteriorated over the years but this is still a staple of the New Orleans experience. My favorite part of visiting here is getting fresh oysters and listening to some live music. Worth a visit when in town.

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    The French Quarter

    121 reviews

    To me there are two sides to the French Quarter. The one with great restaurants, a rich history, and deep reflection of NOLA culture. And the other that is a reflection of all that is wrong with the world while you walk down Bourbon Street and breath in the stench of vomit, urine and hot garbage. I tend to focus ...

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  • 12

    Magazine Street

    40 reviews

    Staying at a hotel on this street during this visit. We're finding it to be the perfect location, as we're still walking distance to the Quarter and all of the sites, but also have a good buffer from some of the madness. Also very close to the river and museums and art galleries.

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  • 13

    Mardi Gras World

    31 reviews

    One of a kind! Blain Kern's Mardi Gras world! This is where many of the floats are made and Mardi Gras comes to life! It is open for tours and special events! Even if you can't make it for Mardi Gras come see the floats!!!

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  • 14

    Bourbon Street

    145 reviews

    I recently completed a busy and satisfying business trip near Baton Rouge that finished up on a late Thursday afternoon. My plane back to Oakland wasn't leaving until Friday morning, and my hosts suggested that I drive down to New Orleans, and enjoy the evening there before heading out. Great Idea! I've been to Bourbon Street before, and whenever I ...

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  • 15

    Pat O'Brien's Bar

    53 reviews

    My boyfriend worked there. Ha. Many, many years ago

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  • 16

    Maple Leaf Bar

    8 reviews

    It's about a 10-15 minute cab ride from downtown Chicago. It's a little out of the way for travelers, however it is SO worth it. Take away the tourists and add really awesome big band live jazz and a comfy neighborhood vibe and you have the Maple Leaf bar. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here!!

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  • 17

    Frenchmen Art Market

    8 reviews

    The Frenchmen Art Market is an outdoor nightly art market, where local artisans sell unique paintings, arts and crafts, and jewelry. The cute little light bulbs strung throughout the market gives the place an authentic, magical vibe. There's also a basket of chalk where visitors can show off their artistic skills on the open pavement and cool brightly lit couches.

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  • 18

    Tipitina's

    22 reviews

    One of the most historic and classic music venues in America. Try and see a local band there and you won't regret it. Was fortunate enough to see Michael Franti and Spearhead play a show there all night 3 years ago.

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  • 19

    New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

    38 reviews

    It's not just the music I love but the people that come to this festival. One of the best ways to experience New Orleans! If you are a lover of music, especially jazz, this festival is an absolute must. I mean, come on, this is the city where jazz was born!

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  • 20

    Preservation Hall

    26 reviews

    Sure, it's touristy, but it's one of the most fun things to do in New Orleans. Just try to listen to the Dixieland jazz without tapping your toes. Plus, it's open to all ages and the shows aren't too long, so it's a great place to bring kids in the evening.

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