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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA AREA ATTRACTIONS


The Parisian Courtyard Inn Bed and Breakfast is located on Prytania Street in the Lower Garden District one street over from St. Charles Ave. and within walking distance to Convention Center, CBD, French Quarter and Magazine Street in New Orleans.
New Orleans is one of the most interesting cities in the world. With rich historical influences from Europe, the Caribbean, and Africa, it hosts a diverse culture, a variety of amazing food and terrific music. Below are a few of our favorite New Orleans attractions.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Located on the Mississippi River adjacent to the French Quarter Audubon Aquarium of the Americas immerses you in an underwater world. The colors of a Caribbean reef come alive in our walk-through tunnel, while our penguins and Southern sea otters enchant you with their antics. Touch a stingray, feed a parakeet, and marvel at our gigantic sharks, tarpon, and rays in the 400,000 gallon Gulf of Mexico Exhibit. Watch for sea turtles throughout the Aquarium—as coordinator of the Louisiana Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Rescue Program, we prepare many of them for release to the wild. Phone: (504) 565-3033

Leisure
Audubon Park
Audubon Park

Located in historic uptown New Orleans Audubon Park is a favorite spot for recreation, picnics or enjoying a beautiful day. For more than a century, people have visited the Park to take full advantage of this urban oasis offering alleys of ancient live oaks, a tranquil 1.8-mile jogging path, a lagoon, picnic shelters, playgrounds, tennis courts and soccer fields. Audubon Park is open to the public and also features Audubon Clubhouse Cafe and Audubon Golf Club, a premier public Golf Course. Phone: (504) 861-2537


Book a Tour
Book a Tour

Our innkeeper, Kim, can help you book the tour of your choice. Just call us for details! Swamp Tour Driving City Tour Plantation Tour A Full Day Swamp & Plantation Tour Cemetery Tour Garden District Tour

Frenchmen Street
Frenchmen Street

Frenchmen Street is the thriving epicenter of New Orleans music, culture, and food. The street's eclectic mix of people, clubs, restaurants, and venues come together like a gumbo to form one of the most energetic and vibrant cultural hot spots in the entire world.


Harrah's New Orleans
Harrah's New Orleans

Come out and play and win at Harrah's New Orleans Hotel and Casino, the fun, friendly place to stay and play in New Orleans. Experience a fun atmosphere at Harrah's New Orleans casino with friendly dealers and servers who ensure your total comfort. Phone: (800) 427-7247

Magazine Street
Magazine Street

Magazine Street is one of New Orleans' premier shopping and entertainment districts with a diverse array of businesses, shops, restaurants and hot spots. Phone: (504) 342-4435


National WWII Museum
National WWII Museum

The John E. Kushner Restoration Pavilion features glass exterior walls that allow the public a permanent, behind-the-scenes view of the restoration and preservation of priceless World War II artifacts. Visitors are able to see first-hand the techniques that conservators use to repair and restore boats, vehicles, weapons, military equipment and other artifacts which played an important role in winning World War II for the Allies. Phone: (504) 528-1944

Dining
New Orleans Dining Experience
New Orleans Dining Experience

Experience the amazing gastronomy that NOLA has to offer, the potpourri of cultures and traditions are present in the local gastronomy. Let Kim guide you to what it is that New Orleans has to offer in the culinary world. Ask innkeeper Kim about NOLA Phone: (504) 581-3880


Attractions
The French Quarter
The French Quarter

The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carre, is the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans. After New Orleans was founded in 1718 by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, the city developed around the Vieux Carre, a central square.

Gallery
The Ogden Museum of Southern art
The Ogden Museum of Southern art

The mission of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is to broaden the knowledge, understanding, interpretation, and appreciation of the visual arts and culture of the American South through its events, permanent collections, changing exhibitions, educational programs, publications, and research. Phone: (504) 539-9650


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