so much fun! music pouring out into the streets from the many clubs and the nighttime art market.
Frenchmen Street is a great music hub in New Orleans. There's also incredible restaurants in the area.
For some, it has a better music scene that rambunctious Bourbon St., Jazz, blues and other types of music abound. Washington Square is a small park to soak up some sun. There's also an art market where local and traveling artists and artisans offer their creations.
Frenchmen street is a hidden gem. It offers a number of restaurants (live bands at night), bars, on-street live bands during the day and night, tattoo parlors, and bicycle shops, etc...
“This is where the party never ends in New Orleans. It gets very crowded on weekends and even more so on holidays and Mardi Gras. A lot of drunk people. And a lot of weird things happen here. Be safe, and always have a buddy system.”
“Magazine street offers a wide array of restaurants, bars and retailers. Be sure to wear sneakers or comfortable shoes if you choose to visit the area by foot. ”
“Anyone who has never been to New Orleans should take the time to see Jackson Square and the Saint Louis Cathedral Church, all the Artist that are around the surround area of Jackson Square or a horse drawn carriage ride”
“Board the Steamboat Natchez and be transported back in time! Journey along the graceful current and learn why New Orleans was founded on the beautiful crescent of the lower Mississippi River on this two-hour jazz cruise.”
“Explore what it takes to bring Mardi Gras to life year after year. Take an all-access, guided tour through a massive warehouse where artists and architects build unique Mardi Gras floats from the ground up. Enjoy an included shuttle service from Downtown.”