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You've decided where to go; now it's time to decide which cultural attractions to explore.
Discover the sophisticated side of New Orleans with a visit to the best museums, art galleries, and historic haunts. You'll soon realize why the city has become such a popular travel destination.
Laid out across five acres of parkland are more than fifty sculptures from many of the world's most respected artists.read more
New Orleans' cultural calendar is inarguably dominated by Mardi Gras, but if you can't make the festival itself then Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World is the next best thing.read more
This institution is made up of a network of national landmarks that are home to thousands of artifacts and works of art that depict the state's historical and cultural values.read more
Exhibitions here include oral histories, striking images from the front lines and at home, and extraordinary artifacts from battles across both oceans.read more
The museum consists of two dark and dusty rooms filled with a jumble of artifacts, ranging from voodoo dolls to various mummified animals.read more
Few places are more synonymous with jazz music than New Orleans, and this national historical park pays tribute to the city's role in the origin and development of the genre.read more
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art celebrates the art, history and culture of the American South.read more
French nobleman James Pitot was the first post-incorporation mayor of New Orleans, and his 18th-century Creole colonial plantation is now a museum that serves as headquarters for the Louisiana Landmark Society.read more
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