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Top 5 Things to do in New Orleans, Louisiana

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

THE FRENCH QUARTER
This is a neighborhood in the city that is known for being the oldest. With a long history dating back to 1718; the French Quarter is home to beautiful historic buildings. The French quarter sits at the top of the list of attraction sites in New Orleans. Its magnificence and long history have made it a national historic landmark. The French Quarter provides a unique place for visitors to learn about the history of New Orleans.


NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART
The oldest fine arts museum in the city is the New Orleans Museum of Art. It is located at the city park and is well known for its beautiful art collection of over 40,000 pieces of art. The New Orleans Museum of Art has centered its collections on French. Also American art pieces and various paintings from different parts of the world. Some of the paintings at the museum include paintings by painters such as the legendary Picasso. Art sightseeing is without a doubt one of the best activity to do while in New Orleans.
 

BIKE TOURS
Visitors to New Orleans can relax in a healthy conscious way by taking a New Orleans experience of a cycle tour. The tours are usually led by a guide so as to get the visitors to ride through different parts of the city. New Orleans offers great biking areas such as the garden district, the French Quarter and City Park. Visitors can also take bike tours as they ride through town in comfortably.
 

CITY PARK
New Orleans City Park is one of the oldest urban parks in the nation. It hosts a tennis court, an 18-hole golf course, and various event venues. The city park is the place to find fantastic moss canopies and ancient oaks. The Carousel Gardens amusement park offers visitors a unique "flying horse" rise on a wooden carousel. Visitors can also enjoy peaceful and tranquil walks in the garden.
 

THE AUDUBON NATURE INSTITUTE
The Audubon Nature Institute was created to preserve Louisiana’s natural habitat. It was also established to protect wildlife within the city and to attract visitors from all over the world. The Audubon Nature Institute celebrated nature by dedicating its museums to life itself. Visitors to the institute will not only get entertained but also get the chance to learn how to conserve nature.

 


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