Balcony Guest House
2483 Royal St, New Orleans, LA, United Stateshttp://www.balconyguesthouse.com(504) 945-4425
Museums and Parks
6500 Magazine Streethttp://www.auduboninstitute.org(504) 581-4629One of the premier collections of zoological museums and parks, includes the Audubon Zoo and the Aquarium of the Americas.
New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Cirhttp://www.noma.orgExplore the holdings of museum, the online photography exhibit and special exhibitions.
2247 Louisiana 18http://www.lauraplantation.com(225) 265-7690LAURA – Creole Plantation. Where Louisiana is a world apart.
Historic New Orleans Collection
533 Royal Streethttp://www.hnoc.org(504) 523-4662Promoting the study of Louisiana history through the Williams Research Center, museum exhibitions, publications and house museum; located in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans.
Mardi Gras Central: Countdown
Mardi Gras Blvd, LAhttp://www.satchmo.com/nolavl/mardigras.htmlA great site for the worlds largest free party, Mardi Gras.
Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival
938 Lafayette Street #514http://www.tennesseewilliams.net(504) 581-1144An annual event held each March in the French Quarter, with literary panels, master classes, theater events, and walking tours of Williams’ New Orleans haunts.
French Quarter Festivals, Inc
400 North Peters Street #205http://www.fqfi.org/frenchquarterfest(504) 522-5730A three day free festival that promotes the music and food of New Orleans. Includes childrens activities, jazz workshops, historic courtyard tours, and more.
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
336 Camp Street #250http://www.nojazzfest.com(504) 410-4100Showcases strong gospel, rhythm and blues, soul, and jazz acts.
Julie's Little India Kitchen at Schiro's Cafe
2483 Royal Streethttp://schiroscafe.com(504) 944-6666Schiro’s is a Community Bar & Cafe located in the Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans. Our Menu features a wide selection of both New Orleans and Indian dishes, and we are now featuring Breakfast on the weekends!
Cafe Du Monde
800 Decatur Sthttp://www.cafedumonde.com(504) 525-4544THE ORIGINAL FRENCH MARKET COFFEE STAND SINCE 1862.
http://www.steamboatnatchez.com(504) 569-1401New Orleans’ Only Steamboat. Jazz and aquarium/zoo cruises on the Mississippi.