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ICafe Du Monde
1039 Decatur St.

A trip to the Big Easy is not complete without a beignet and a café au lait from this legendary coffee stand across from the cathedral. Established in 1862, this world-famous coffee shop is a must for any visitor of New Orleans. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


House of Blues
225 Decatur St.

They don’t call this place the “Home of Live Music” for nothing. The calendar at HOB is packed full of concerts and events all year long. See a spectacular show in the Music Hall, have a drink at the Memphis Bar, or enjoy some of the finest Southern cuisine in the Voodoo Garden.


Aquarium of the Americas
1 Canal St.

Go under the sea without getting wet at this world-class aquarium. Explore the Caribbean Sea and the Amazon Rainforest, marvel at the sharks and stingrays as they pass just feet in front of you, or feed a penguin. You could get lost for hours in this big fish tank.

Uptown & The Garden District
St. Charles Avenue

There's so much to see and do in and around the French Quarter, but tear yourself away for a streetcar ride along St. Charles Avenue, dotted with the nation's largest surviving number of ante-bellum mansions.