New Orleans Travel Guide

Attractions

Detailed listings of attractions are mentioned in the Districts sections listed above. Highlights include:

Historic architecture in neighborhoods
* Ornate colonial French and Spanish in the French Quarter, Faubourg Marigny, Bywater and Tremé
* Victorian mansions Uptown and other historic architecture citywide
Historic cemeteries are in the Uptown, Tremé, and Mid-City areas
the Superdome, in the Central Business District
Museums and Aquarium, Central Business District
Audubon Zoo in the Audubon & University District
New Orleans Museum of Art and City Park in Mid-City
the Mississippi River - great views from the French Quarter, the Algiers ferry, and the Audubon Zoo "Butterfly" park Uptown
St. Louis CathedralHolds regular celebrations of the Catholic Mass
Special interests

Childrens' attractions

Some top children and family friendly attractions in New Orleans include:

Aquarium of the Americas, French Quarter
Louisiana Children's Museum, Central Business District
Storyland Amusement Park, City Park, Mid-City
Streetcar rides—many children from cities without trams find riding on an old streetcar an interesting novelty in itself—and parents can enjoy the scenery and historic architecture.
Occult and Voodoo destinations
Tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau in St. Louis Cemetery #1, Treme
Alombrados EncampmentThe hosts the Gnostic Mass and frequent classes on Magick; Bywater
Island of Salvation BotanicaDistributes Voodoo goods and holds Voodoo ceremonies in the Marigny
EsotericaSupplies wares, herbs, and oils in the French Quarter.

source: Wikivoyage

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