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Popular Attractions near Garden District

If you're a first time visitor to Garden District, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Garden District.

What are some good attractions near Garden District?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Garden District.

The Garden District, New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, LA
Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
Washington Avenue New Orleans, LA
Lafayette Cemetery
1400 Washington Ave New Orleans, LA
Garden District Book Shop
2727 Prytania St New Orleans, LA

(504) 895-2266
2604 Magazine St New Orleans, LA
Magazine Po-boy & Sandwich Shop
2368 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

(504) 522-3107
3029 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

(504) 304-6209
The Rum House
New Orleans, LA
Derby Pottery and Tile
2029 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

(504) 586-9003
Free People
2001 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA
Lower Garden District
New Orleans, LA
Saint Bar & Lounge
961 Saint Mary St New Orleans, LA
The Delachaise
3442 Saint Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA

(504) 895-0858
Lafayette Cemetery Number 2
Orleans, LA
Mahony's Po-Boy
3454 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

(504) 899-3374


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"The Garden District, New Orleans, LA is a beautiful, scenic area."  See More

"Then walk two blocks to the restaurant, and take a peek at the Lafayette Cemetery No 1 on the way."  See More

"Or browse the cute little Garden District Book Shop."  See More

"If you want a poboy you should get a shrimp or roast beef poboy from Tracey's."  See More

"Other notable mentions would be Guy's Po-Boys and Magazine Po-boy & Sandwich Shop"  See More

"One of my favorite shops is Storyville for cool local T-shirts."  See More

"Café du Monde for coffee and beignets- the perfect Saturday morning, Borgne, Luke Restaurant, SoBou, The Rum House's nachos- the best I've ever had in my life, Lilly's Café for Vietnamese, Cochon Restaurant, Herbsaint, Jaques-Imo's."  See More

"One of my favorites for some beautiful pottery was Derby Pottery and Tile."  See More

"They have amazing shopping like Free People, Urban Outfitters, Saks Fifth Avenue, Hemline, etc."  See More

"If you don't mind walking a bit, taking short taxi rides, and using public transport (nothing is very far in New Orleans for your purposes), I would look at places to stay in the Marigny and the Lower Garden District."  See More

"So as a New Orleans native I would recommend The Delachaise if you were looking to wet your whistle with some good wine."  See More

"Get on and off and see famous houses, Lafayette Cemetery Number 2 and just walk among crepe myrtle trees in full bloom and arches of live Oak trees really soak up the city."  See More

"com The Warehouse District Mahony's Po-Boy- mahonyspoboys."  See More

Where can I find out more about Garden District?

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