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The National WWII Museum
9
Central Business District
11 reviews
The immersive, sensory exhibits employ state-of-the-art technology to recreate wartime experiences, and the museum's theater is truly impressive, with its '4D' movie using incredible CGI animation. — Travel + Leisure
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
8
Central Business District
8 reviews
The Gulf Coast is obviously a marine-rich environment, and some 500 species from here and further afield are collected at this impressive aquarium. — Travel + Leisure
New Orleans Museum of Art
8
Lakeview
8 reviews
Often called NOMA, this museum is located in an idyllic section of City Park. — Frommer's
New Orleans City Park
8
Lakeview
6 reviews
City Park encompasses 1,500 lush acres at the head of Esplanade Avenuea, a broad boulevard that traces an old Choctaw Indian path from the river to the headwaters of Bayou St. John. — Michelin Guide
Audubon Park
8
Uptown / Carrollton
7 reviews
This large, lush stretch of greenery... contains the world-class Audubon Zoo; a 1.7-mile track for running, walking, or biking; picnic and play areas. — Fodor's
Audubon Zoo
8
Uptown / Carrollton
8 reviews
One of the country's top rated zoos. Go on a cool day. — Not For Tourists
Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
8
Central Business District
8 reviews
The unique Audubon Insectarium exhibits an important but distinctly less cuddly selection of animals. — Concierge
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
8
Central Business District
7 reviews
The Historic New Orleans Collection
8
French Quarter
7 reviews
Anyone interested in the city’s complex and vivid past—and if you’re still breathing, that should include you—would do well to make a stop at the Historic New Orleans Collection. — Afar Magazine
Jackson Square
8
French Quarter
6 reviews
Jackson Square is surrounded by artists selling their work. Just walking around the square feels like you're at a modern art museum. — Afar Magazine
St. Louis Cathedral
8
French Quarter
8 reviews
The St. Louis Cathedral prides itself on being the oldest continuously active cathedral in the United States. — Frommer's
Beauregard-Keyes House
8
French Quarter
7 reviews
During the late 1940s beloved American author Frances Parkinson Keyes (1885-1970) restored this 1826 Louisiana raised cottage. — Michelin Guide
The Presbytere
8
French Quarter
3 reviews
Located to the right of St. Louis Cathedral, this c.1790 building-originally called the Ecclesiastical House-was constructed on the site of the 1720 residence, or presbytere, of the Capuchin monks. — Michelin Guide
Contemporary Arts Center
8
Central Business District
6 reviews
Take in cutting-edge exhibits, featuring both local artists and the work of national and international talent, at this keystone to the now vibrant Warehouse District arts scene. — Fodor's
Memorial Hall Confederate Civil War Museum
8
Central Business District
5 reviews
Established in 1891 by Civil War vets and their families, this is Louisiana’s oldest continually operating museum and the second largest collection of Confederate memorabilia in the country — Where
French Quarter
8
French Quarter
5 reviews
Evocative, romantic, and mysterious, the French Quarter (also known as the Vieux Carré) is the literal footprint of historic New Orleans — Concierge
Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World
8
Garden District
5 reviews
This float factory takes the mask off of Mardi Gras and lets visitors see where the magic happens.  — Atlas Obscura
Preservation Hall
8
French Quarter
5 reviews
Preservation Hall reigns as a mecca for fans of traditional New Orleans-style jazz. — Michelin Guide
Backstreet Cultural Museum
8
Treme
7 reviews
Part private obsession, part cultural jewel, this small facility is off the beaten path but a must-stop for anyone interested in the true history and culture of New Orleans. — Frommer's
Royal Street
7
French Quarter
3 reviews
Royal St, with its rows of high-end antiques shops, block after block of galleries and potted ferns hanging from cast-iron balconies, is the elegant yin to Bourbon St’s Sodom-and-Gomorrah yang. — Lonely Planet
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