Completed in 1752, it is also the oldest surviving example of the French colonial period in the United States.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas 1 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It](504) 581-4629, (800) 774-7394 French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Museum, Aquarium Description: Discover a world filled with 15,000 water-loving creatures, like graceful seahorses, neon-colored frogs and jaunty penguins. With so much to explore, you could spend all day at this amazing, state-of-the-art museum.
Steamboat Natchez 1 Toulouse St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It](504) 586-8777, (800) 233-2628 French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Riverboat Description: This classic Mississippi riverboat sails three times daily, at ll:30 a.m., p.m. Traditional New Orleans jazz is featured and the evening cruise includes dinner (reservations required).
The story of New Orleans extraordinary Mardi Gras tradition is dynamically told in a high-tech, interactive, permanent exhibition titled "Mardi Gras: Its Carnival Time in Louisiana." The exhibit traces the celebration from its ancient origins to the 19th century emergence of New Orleans parades and balls to the present-day celebration that attracts millions of visitors each year.
Old Ursuline Convent Museum 1100 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It](504) 529-3040Neighborhood: French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Museum, Church/Cathedral of Interest, Historic Building Description: Ursuline Convent is the oldest building in the Mississippi River Valley.
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And Margot Robbie is reportedly keen on starting her family back in Australia - with her sights firmly set on a Byron Bay beach house up for sale for an eye-watering .9 million.French Market 2 French Market Pl., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It](504) 522-2621 French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Specialty Experience Description: Founded in 1791, New Orleans French Market is the oldest public market in the country.This open-air mall features shopping, dining and music in a tradition that is uniquely New Orleans, yet still reminiscent of some European markets.Join up with a tour and learn more about the fascinating history of the area, or spend the entire day exploring and shopping in the area, topping everything off with an excellent meal in a world-famous restaurant and some live music.With so much culture, history, and entertainment, you’ll find a unique and exciting experience around every corner. Louis Cathedral 615 Pere Antoine Aly., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It](504) 525-9585 French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Church/Cathedral of Interest, Historic Building Description: St.There’s a reason so many visitors flock to the French Quarter every day – both locals and tourists can’t get enough of the unique area’s unique attractions.