Landmarks in New Orleans

Recent history in New Orleans has only added to the unique character that its landmarks and people identify themselves by. A hodge podge of cultures, people and architecture, the landmarks in New Orleans are ideal representations of this one-of a kind American city. Strikingly distinct and marked by colonial landmarks as well as modern fusions in architectural style, this Louisiana town is a travelers paradise.

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Lafayette Cemetery

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1400 Washington Ave
Washington Avenue

The "vampire" cemetery... read more

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Saint Louis Cemetery 1

3421 Esplanade Avenue

The famous "city of the dead"... read more


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800 N. Rampart St
At Ursulines St

Elms Mansion

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3029 Street Charles Avenue

Popular landmark home... read more

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park

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419 Decatur Street

Honoring Cajun culture and a pirate... read more

Beauregard-Keyes House

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1113 Chartres Street

Famous house... read more

Hermann-Grima House

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820 Saint Louis Street

American architecture of 1800's... read more

World Trade Center

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365 Canal Street

Consulates and world commerce... read more

Washington Artillery Park

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750 Decatur Street

War monument... read more

New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park

916 North Peters Street

Experince jazz New Orlenian style... read more

Snug Harbor

626 Frenchmen St

Cane River Creole Historical Park and Heritage Area

Preserving Creole culture... read more

Old U. S. Mint

400 Esplanade Avenue

Historic archives... read more


1 Palm Dr.
City Park

Favorite tour bus stop... read more

Mardi Gras Fountains

Lakeshore Drive

Colorful waterworks... read more

Pitot House

1440 Moss Street

A building with history... read more
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