Discover New Orleans Through the Louisiana State Museum

Most museums are buildings which house collections of historical importance.  Here in Louisiana, we do things a bit differently!  OUR State Museum isn’t just one building – it is a collection of historical locations throughout the state which hold significant … Continue reading

Great Food and Mardi Gras at Arnauds in the French Quarter

Speaking of Mardi Gras, New Orleans can mix it with just about anything. Food and Mardi Gras?  You certainly have it here in the Cresent City at Arnauds! Not quite one of the city’s Centenarian restaurants (but will be added … Continue reading

Jackson Square: an Historic Park in NOLA French Quarter

As a popular site for providing an historical backdrop for events, artists, locals, and visitors throughout the year, we thought we’d tell you a little about the pretty block of land known as Jackson Square. Jackson Square sits on the … Continue reading

Jazz National Historical Park, New Orleans Activity

New Orleans unique mix of Spanish, African, American Indian, and European immigrants created a unique environment for the development of jazz music.  The Jazz National Historical Park commemorates this music genre, and is a popular New Orleans activity for guests … Continue reading