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40149 Crowe's Landing Road - Pearl River / Slidell, La. - Phone(985) 863-0820

Free Parking

Parking in New Orleans is usually pricey because land is priced high and old streets are narrow. So park on the side streets in the Famous Garden District off of St. Charles Ave. The you can take advantage of the 3 street car lines and the bus system. Adults can pay the street car conductor $3 and use any Street car or city bus at no extra coast until 4 AM

New Orleans Musum of Art

  • Excellent museum. FREE on Wednesdays
  • Occasional traveling exhibits such as Vatican or King Tut, etc Located in City Park

    1 Collin diboll Cir, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA

  • The St Louis Cathedral

  • Center focal point of the French Quarter. Self Guided tour daytime whenever no church service is in progress. Incredible ceiling art and architectual beauty.
  • Artists of Jackson Square

  • .Walk around the border of Jackson Square and view the artists works, Palm readers, Tarot card readers, sooth sayers and more. Plus eclectic shopping.

Walk Through the French Market

One of the Nations oldest Farmers Markets (Now Flea Market).

Free French Quarter Walking Tour

Visit the Tourist info on the bottom floor of the old apartment building located on the right side of Jackson Sq, facing the Cathedral. Pick up a free Brochure for taking a FREE self guided walking tour of 29 historic French Quarter buildings from the Napoleonic era in New Orleans

Free Walking tour of the Garden District

Visit the Tourist info on the bottom floor of the old apartment building located on the right side of Jackson Sq, facing the Cathedral. Pick up a Free brochure for a Free self guided walking tour of the Garden district of New Orleans. Learn about the plantation period beautiful harvest homes and more...


Walk down Bourbon Street

  • Free walk down Bourbon Street. ADULT Themed area. See Street Musicians during the day time, Walk into the art galleries for a glimpse of the beautiful New Orleans courtyards.
  • Royal Street Antiques

  • Walk down Royal Street in the French Quarter. This is the where the Wealth Early residents purchased their furnishing and more. Variety of stores... Pricey but it's free to Walk in and dream. You may also see street performers or musicians during the daytime.

Canal Street Ferry

Take the Ferry across the Mississippi River. Pedestrians are free and kids love this. The second floor is air conditioned. Drop off is in Algiers Point (Older than New Orleans). Your Innkeepers do this ride to cool of and we still enjoy the river view.

Riverwalk Market Place

The Buildings of the 1984 Worlds Fair were redesigned to become one of New Orleans more scenic shopping malls. Nice selection of shops and restaurants. The New Orleans Cruise Port is underneat the Riverwalk. Nice little River view balconies are between many of the shops. Pricey again but it's free to walk around and look.

Canal Street Shopping

Canal Street is the widest Main Street in the U.S.. Great shopping similar to Time Square in New York city, bur more charming and VERY busy year round. Eclectic - Some Good buys - Wide array of restaurants. All 3 street cars intersect Canal Street within a 4 block area.

Pontchartrain Beach

Free area for swimming and sunning. The beach beautiful and has free parking lots. The beach may be closed to swimming on occasion if dangerous coditions warrant. Adult supervision is recommended for children. College student love picnicing here. You could too. Just pick up a meal a a Subway restaurant.

Audbon Park

  • Nice park with many other features. Located between St Charles Avenue and Magazine Street. At the S.W. end of the park is the entrance to The Audubon Zoo. Rated 3rd best in the nation. Public Golf course and Horse stables are in the park

    Jackson Brewery Mall

  • The Jackson Brewey Mall was originally the Brewery location for New Orleans "JAX" beer. (No longer produced) Nice shops and restaurants.

Free Concerts or entertainment

Most days you can see free concerts or comedians, etc right in front of Jackson Square In Woldenberg Park

Free lunch-time concerts in the park

Some days you can see free concerts or comedians, etc right on St Charles in Lafayette Square park. Bring a picnic lunch.

Magazine Street Shopping

This artsy area has eclectic shopping for everything including better priced antiques. Many nice Hole In The Wall restaurants along with the shopping