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Popular Attractions near The French Quarter

If you're a first time visitor to The French Quarter, 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 The French Quarter.


What are some good attractions near The French Quarter?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near The French Quarter.

The French Quarter
New Orleans, LA
Boutique Du Vampyre
709 Saint Ann St New Orleans, LA

(504) 561-8267
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
941 Bourbon St New Orleans, LA

(504) 593-9761
St. Louis Cathedral
Orleans, LA

(504) 525-9585
Central Grocery
923 Decatur St New Orleans, LA

5045231620
Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo
739 Bourbon St New Orleans, LA

(504) 581-3751
Jackson Square
Chartres Street New Orleans, LA

(504) 658-3200
Tropical Isle Bourbon
721 Bourbon St Orleans Parish, LA

(504) 529-4109
Haunted History Tours
723 St Peter St New Orleans, LA

(888) 644-6787
Fleurty Girl
632 St Peter St New Orleans, LA

(504) 304-5529
Preservation Hall
726 Saint Peter St New Orleans, LA

(504) 522-2841
Pat O'Brien's Bar
718 St Peter St Orleans, LA
WWOZ FM
1008 N Peters St New Orleans, LA

(504) 568-1238

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

"If you're staying in NOLA for a week, definitely don't spend it all The French Quarter; venture out!"  See More

"Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop- lafittesblacksmithshop."  See More

"You have to check out St Louis Cathedral during the day and the ghost tours at night."  See More

"Beignets and chickory coffee at CafĂ© du Monde, muffalettas at Central Grocery, Bananas Foster at Brennan's Restaurant, chargrilled oysters, jambalaya, gumbo, etouffee, red beans and rice, po' boy sandwiches, pralines."  See More

"we may have booked them through Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo."  See More

"This sounds like a long but fun trip! In New Orleans you can park near the COACH RIVERWALK and walk around to see the riverboats and tour a little of the French Quarter like Jackson Square and the French Market Inn Depending on which way you choose to drive, if you go through Birmingham the New Orleans Botanical Garden is a nice stop. Beautiful gardens, free to enter, and lots of room to run and wear out kids. Atlanta also has great Botanical Gardens with a new kids area. You can also park and walk around Centennial Park which has a huge playground and fountains to splash in. World of Coca-Cola and the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas are also right there if you want to spend the time and money. Greenville and Charlotte are great small towns that are easy to navigate. Good walking cities with lots of restaurants and charming downtown areas."  See More

"Some other fun places are Krazy Korner, Tropical Isle Bourbon and Mulate's the Original Cajun Restaurant."  See More

"I really enjoyed the Haunted History Tours."  See More

"Fleurty Girl also has some cool local things as well."  See More

"Check out jazz at Preservation Hall which should be all ages."  See More

"Gumbo Pot Pat O'Brien's Bar The Maison"  See More

"Listend to WWOZ FM and get the live wire."  See More

Where can I find out more about The French Quarter?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about The French Quarter.

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