New Orleans April 24, 2018
7 Amazing Attractions That’ll Make You Fall In Love With New Orleans All Over Again
Sometimes it can be nice to play tourist in your own city. It can give you a new perspective on things that we tend to take for granted. Next time you’re looking for something unique and exciting to do, consider heading over to these 7 amazing attractions to renew your love for New Orleans.
1. Visit the Chauvin Sculpture Garden
Come take a walk and view the amazing art work of Kenny Hill. There are more than 100 sculptures on the property that’s now maintained by Nicholls State University. Learn more about the history of this unique sculpture garden
2. Relive your childhood with some Roman Candy
This iconic wagon has been a New Orleans tradition since 1915. Generations of New Orleanians have been enjoying this nostalgic treat, and whenever you see the cart you just can’t help but grab a stick or two.
3. Grab some friends and go on a nighttime bike tour
Explore the Crescent City like never before with Nola City Lights Tours. You’ll be cruising around on a fun LED light up bicycle with your best friends. Bikes include a cup holders and cell phone holders and you’ll be able to play your favorite tunes as you ride around the city.
4. Find your rhythm at The Music Box Village
The Music Box Village is a unique sculpture garden built by artists and meant to inspire experimentation, creativity, and imagination. Each structure has its own vibe and sound quality—you can make music from the windows, shutters, floors, just about everything! Learn more about this hidden gem
5. Have a drink at the Carousel Bar
Located at the Hotel Monteleone, this unique attraction has been around since 1949. It can be hard to grab a seat during peak times, so try to go early so you can get the full experience of having a drink on an actual moving carousel. Learn more about the Carousel Bar
6. Take a walk through Barataria Preserve
There’s nothing like a walk through the swamp to renew your love for Louisiana. There are several trails, each less than two miles long, and they’ll show you some of the prettiest scenery Louisiana has to offer. Learn more about Barataria Preserve
7. Visit the Pharmacy Museum
Come learn about the history of pharmacology at the site of America’s first licensed pharmacist, Louis K. Dufilho, Jr. From surgical instruments to hand-blown apothecary equipment, there are several exhibits that are worth your while.
How many of these attractions have you visited? Let us know in the comments below!