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The National WWII Museum
1. The National WWII Museum
The National WWII Museum is located in New Orleans's historic Warehouse District, on Andrew Higgins Drive. Parking is available at the museum's multilevel parking garage, located at the corner of Magazine and Poeyfarre streets.
French Quarter
2. French Quarter
The French Quarter is the beating heart of New Orleans. Most NOLA visitors will find themselves strolling through it at some point, “go cup” in hand, admiring colonial-era buildings and soaking up bebop notes blowing out of old jazz bars. This popular district is also a central starting point of many cultural tours and experiences in the city, including the hop-on hop-off bus tour, and the creepy mule-drawn New Orleans ghost tour.
Steamboat NATCHEZ
3. Steamboat NATCHEZ
The Steamboat NATCHEZ, owned by The New Orleans Steamboat Company, is the last authentic steamboat on the Mighty Mississippi River, providing guests with the unique experience of sailing aboard a grand paddlewheeler while enjoying traditional live jazz, craft cocktails and all the beautiful New Orleans sites. Cruising on the Steamboat NATCHEZ includes Steam Engine Room visitation, calliope, live jazz, and optional Creole food and local beverages.
Whitney Plantation
4. Whitney Plantation
The Whitney Plantation is a former plantation turned slavery museum. The plantation pays homage to the millions who suffered under slavery and displays the conditions endured in the Antebellum South. It is located on the Mississippi River in Edgard, Louisiana.
Laura Plantation: Louisiana's Creole Heritage Site
5. Laura Plantation: Louisiana's Creole Heritage Site
The Laura Plantation offers a trip back in time via a restored historic Louisiana Creole plantation on the west bank of the Mississippi River. Visitors can tour the plantation, browse the exhibition on slavery and discover the history of the area by exploring the main house and its rooms. It is located near Vacherie, Louisiana, USA.

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Oak Alley Plantation is a historic plantation which offers tours of the grounds to visitors. It's located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, in the community of Vacherie, St. James Parish, Louisiana, U.S. Oak Alley is famous for its picturesque alley made up of a double row of live southern oak trees which were planted in the early 18th century.
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Famous for its above-ground mausoleum-style burial tombs, in which the bodies of several noteworthy New Orleanians are interred, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also noteworthy for being the future resting place of Hollywood actor and internet meme Nicolas Cage, who purchased a pyramid in the cemetery where he intends to be buried.
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The Park at OWA is the perfect place to get a hit of adrenaline. There's 22 rides that are perfect for the whole family, including OWA's signature steel coaster, Rollin' Thunder. Located in coastal Alabama just minutes away from sugar-white sandy beaches beside the gulf coast, there's also traditional Midway games and Wacky Waters – a 10,000 square feet splash pad full of water-themed fun and interactive aquatic features.
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Live Jazz at the Court of Two Sisters
The historic Court of Two Sisters is a local family restaurant showcasing Creole cuisine and New Orleans classic food and drinks. Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, a sprawling wisteria vine covers the large open-air courtyard filled with the sounds of live jazz music during the daily jazz brunch. Three indoor dining rooms offer respite during the summer months. Named after sisters Emma and Bertha Camors, who lived at the property in the late 1800s, the Court of Two Sisters continues the three-generation tradition of entertaining in the courtyard to this day.
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Housed in the historic Old U.S. Mint building, the New Orleans Jazz Museum tells the story of the birth and evolution of jazz music, through dynamic interactive exhibits, multigenerational educational programming, research facilities and engaging musical performances. The New Orleans Jazz Museum is strategically located at the intersection of the French Quarter and the Frenchmen Street live music corridor, setting it appropriately in the beating heart of the city’s vibrant music scene.

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