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Abita Brewing Company      
A brewery tour with a drinking problem.
166 Barbee Rd • 985-893-3143
Algiers Ferry      
Escape the city for quaint Algiers Point.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1 Canal St
Amtrak Station      
You'll have an easier time finding beer in Arkansas on a Sunday.
1001 Loyola Ave • 504-528-1610
Annunciation Square      
Daily pick-up, but competitive soccer and basketball games.
Annunciation St & Race St
Audubon Zoo      
One of the country's top rated zoos. Go on a cool day.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
6500 Magazine St • 504-861-2537
Beauregard-Keyes House      
Fine example of a raised hall home with great guides.
1113 Chartres St • 504-523-7257
Carousel Gardens Amusement Park      
Go for a spin on a century-old carved wooden carousel.
Victory Ave • 504-482-4888
City Park      
Outdoor haven in the city. Dog park coming soon!
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1 Palm Terrace • 504-482-4888
Coliseum Square Park      
Geyser-esque fountain beneath live oaks. Clandestine dog park. Leash law?
Coliseum St
Dixie Brewery       
The Katrinafied remains of the 1907 brewery of NOLA's iconic beer.
2537 Tulane Ave
Doullot's Steamboat Houses       
Steamers chugging up river just weren't enough for the Doulluts.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
400 Egania St
Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots      
Home of the Louisiana Derby and Jazz Fest.
1751 Gentilly Blvd • 504-944-5515
Fats Domino's House      
On your devastation tour, swing by and gawk.
1208 Caffin Ave
Faulkner House Books      
Faulkner's home in this "no longer young courtesan" of a city.
624 Pirate Alley • 504-524-2940
Heiner Brau Brewery      
Tour the Northshore's Brewmaster's laboratory and sample after.
226 E Lockwood St • 985-893-2884
Huey P. Long Bridge      
Cars get 9' of wiggle room on this railroad bridge.
U.S. 90
Ignatius J. Reilly Statue      
New Orleans fabled fictional hero... valve and all.
801 Canal St
Jackson Barracks      
Post-Katrina remains of the military base come museum. Rebuilding.
6400 St Claude Ave
Jackson Square      
The gated green jewel of the quarter.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
615 Pere Antoine Alley
Jean Lafitte / Barataria Preserve      
Snakes on right. Alligators on left. A narrow trail between.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
5000 Barataria Blvd • 504-689-3690
Jewish Community Center      
Classes, pool, gym, summer camp, all for a fee.
5342 St Charles Ave • 504-897-0143
La Laurie House       
Mutilated slaves, destruction by fire, infamous Nicholas Cage foreclosure. Haunted.
1140 Royal St
Lafayette Cemetery       
Great uptown intro to the city's celebrated cemeteries.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1400 Washington Ave
Lafayette Square      
Live-Oak lined square with free spring and fall concert series.
500 St Charles Ave • 504-881-9861
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop      
The country's oldest continually operating bar.
941 Bourbon St • 504-522-9377
Lake Pontchartrain Causeway      
The world's longest bridge...until Thailand bested it.
N Causeway Blvd • 504-835-3118
Lee Circle / Robert E. Lee Monument      
Nation's 1st monument to the general. Great Mardi Gras spot.
1001 St Charles Ave
Louis Armstrong Park & Congo Square      
Home of early Jazz fests and current monuments. Daytime spot.
901 N Rampart St • 504-589-3865
Louisiana Superdome      
Home of the Saints & Hornets when not the home of storm refugees.
1500 Poydras St • 504-507-3663
Madame Mineurecanal's House      
Madame is cooped up in the chimney, to haunt no longer...
2026 Royal St
Make It Right Foundation      
Modern, eco-friendly, even floating rebuilds from Brad Pitt's coffers.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
700 Jourdan Ave
Markey Park      
Home to crust-punk kickball, art market. But mostly, a dog park.
Royal St & Piety St
Metairie Cemetery      
Home of the Confederate Monument, housing hundreds of fallen rebs.
Pontchartrain Blvd
New Orleans Botanical Garden      
Get your photosynthesis fix in the heart of City Park.
1 Palm Terrace • 504-483-9386
Oak Alley Plantation      
Iconic River Road plantation home. Think, "Run Forrest! Run!"
Landmarks    NFT Pick
3645 Highway 18 • 225-265-2487
Old Absinthe House      
More history than you can shake a wormwood stick at.
240 Bourbon St • 504-523-3181
Piazza d'Italia      
Gorgeous fountain. Dipping is discouraged, but happens afterhours anyway.
377 Poydras St
Prytania Theatre      
Oldest & only single screen theatre in Louisiana.
5339 Prytania St • 504-891-2787
St. Charles Streetcar      
Glide by historic mansions and live oaks.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
St Charles Ave • 504-248-3900
St. Louis Cathedral      
Oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
615 Pere Antoine Alley • 504-525-9585
St. Louis Cemetery No. 1      
History and Voodoo queens buried just outside the quarter.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1200 St Louis St
St. Louis Cemetery No. 2      
The bigger, shadier brother of St. Louis No. 1.
300 N Claiborne Ave
St. Louis Cemetery No.3      
Sparse, crumbling beauty in these ramshackle tombstones.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Esplanade Ave & Leda St
St. Roch's Cemeteries No. 1 & 2      
Come for the chapel, stay and pray for a husband.
1725 St Roch Ave
Statue of Andrew Jackson      
The centerpiece of this eponymously named square.
750 Decatur St
Statue of Jean Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville      
Raise a glass (or to-go cup) to our city's founding father.
400 Decatur St
Statue of Joan of Arc      
Happen upon this gleaming French gift to find an Italian one.
982 N Peters St
The Cabildo       
America put Mardi Gras on its map, here, in 1803.
701 Chartres St • 504-568-6968
The Crescent City Connection      
$1 gets you across the 5th-longest cantilever bridge in the world.
U.S. 90
The Fly      
Have a boil, tan, quaff, ships motor by.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Exposition Blvd
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