Cool Things To Do in New Orleans

New Orleans is perhaps better known for hot times than cool things to do - but there are plenty of the latter as well here in the Big Easy. The New Orleans Vampire Tour is a famous 1.5-hour tour that allows you to enter the dark and mysterious world of the undead - or so they claim. Walk through New Orleans' history and experience the legends of famous New Orleans vampires, "real" and fictional. The New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour also explores the dark side, focusing on the grim and ghastly deeds of the old French Quarter. Secret and sinister, most of the events occurred a very long time ago - luckily for you. For a more refreshing time out, try the Audubon Zoo, which features habitats from the critter-filled swamps of Louisiana to the grasslands of Africa. Rated one of the top zoos in the United States, it features two rare white tigers, as well as Komodo dragons. So grab a cool drink and check out the many cool things to do in New Orleans.

New Orleans Vampire Tour

City Walk... read more

New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour

City Walk... read more

Audubon Zoo

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6500 Magazine Street

World class zoo... read more

Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World

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1380 Port of New Orleans Place
Next to Convention Center, on the Riverfront

Fudgery (The)

1 Poydras, No. 8889

Fudge and Fun... read more

Odyssey's Shipwreck and Treasure Adventure

600 Decatur Street
Suite 300

Discover the famous shipwrecks... read more

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

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1 Canal St
At the River

One Of The Top Aquariums In The Country... read more

Sam Houston Jones State Park

This wooded paradise features lagoons, rivers, abundant wildlife, boating, fishing, camping, cabins and more. Crystal clear waters, towering trees, and beautiful vistas along unspoiled rivers and streams make this area a delight for those who enjoy natura... read more

Mardi Gras Fountains

Lakeshore Drive

Colorful waterworks... read more

Tickfaw State Park

Tickfaw State Park is a unique 1200-acre park located along three miles of the Tickfaw River. The park offers diverse recreational, nature and educational opportunities... read more
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