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This city is called home by about 340,000 people.
Louisiana's capital, Baton Rouge, sits 75 miles away from New Orleans, while Barataria lies 15 miles away.
If your holiday is all about the whole family, outings to Audubon Insectarium and the Prytania Theatre will most definitely put big grins on everyone's faces! Are the kids still full of energy? Keep the excitement going with a visit to the Louisiana Children's Museum and John P Lyons Memorial Center.
Stepping into Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is like taking a dive into the ocean, but without having to get wet! Here you'll get up close to all kinds of fascinating aquatic life.
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy the Audubon Zoo! Both young and old will have loads of opportunities to meet its fascinating animals through a variety of well-thought-out exhibits.
Feel your seat vibrate as the skilled drivers at the NOLA Motorsports Park fight it out for the top prize. These mighty engines are truly a sight to behold.
Bright lights, high-stakes tables and buzzing crowds are things you can expect to witness at the Boomtown Casino and the Treasure Chest Casino. Place a bet or simply order a beer and take in the atmosphere! Not ready to call it a night just yet? The Harrah's New Orleans Casino is your next best bet!
Whether you're curious about local plant and flower species or just want to take the time out to stroll through the winding pathways, you'll be sure to enjoy the New Orleans Botanical Garden and the Botanical Gardens.
Like the idea of an alfresco lunch? Grab some sandwiches and crisps and stop at Jackson Square or Audubon Park for a picnic. You can also settle back with a newspaper and let the world pass you by at City Park and Lafayette Square.
Whether you want to discover the most popular cafe or where to venture after dark, you'll find the information you're looking for at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve Visitor Center or Basin St. Station Visitor Information Cultural Center. Gretna Green Blacksmith Shop and New Orleans Folklife and Visitor Center are two more excellent places to get the inside scoop on things to see and do around town.
We're all looking for a heightened sense of well-being, right? Forget about sweating at the gym and juice cleanses. Discover it among the natural surrounds of Bayou Segnette State Park and Pondicherry Wildlife Reserve instead.
Try out the New Orleans Museum of Art or the Mardi Gras World if the weather's looking less-than-perfect. Study the eye-opening displays or just take a moment in the tranquil settings. Museum enthusiasts should also pencil in stops at the National World War II Museum and the Contemporary Arts Center.
Head out on a voyage across the seven seas at the Louisiana Maritime Museum, a valuable repository of the region's seafaring history.
Challenge your mind with a morning at Rivertown Museum & Kenner Planetarium. When you're there, don't forget to ask about any temporary exhibitions. Trust us, you won't want to miss a single thing!
You don't need to be an explorer to experience all of the incredible wonders of the world, especially when you've got the Louisiana Wildlife Museum. The rooms here are jam-packed with fascinating specimens and interesting artefacts.
Whichever style of art floats your boat, there's a good chance you'll find it in New Orleans. Why not start your day of exhibition hopping at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the Callan Contemporary? Also enquire into what exhibitions are on at the Berta’s & Mina’s Antiquities and the Cole Pratt Gallery.
Take a journey back through time and learn about the people and events that have helped shape this region at the Cabildo and the Historic New Orleans Collection. The Louisiana State Museum and the Backstreet Cultural Museum are also worth dropping by for an even greater insight into yesteryear.
Time spent exploring history is never wasted. Let the Tulane University and the Loyola University New Orleans help you form a deeper understanding of New Orleans' past. The Dillard University and Greenwood Cemetery are also worth checking out.
You don't need to be spiritual to go Saint Joseph Church and St Patricks Church, two sites noted for their spiritual and cultural value. You can experience an even deeper insight into the local beliefs at Saint Louis Cathedral and Saint Augustine Church.
They might not be at the top of your itinerary, but the Pinewood Country Club and New Orleans City Hall are still well worth an outing. You shouldn't forget to swing by Spanish Plaza and the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans either.