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New Orleans is a vibrant city with an endless number of attractions. Galatoire's (left), a legendary restaurant, will not disappoint, and the New Orleans Museum of Art's 40,000 objects on display can keep visitors enthralled for hours.
Courtesy of New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau

AAOS Now

Published 2/1/2018

New Orleans Offers Something for Everyone

Top 10 things to do

  1. The National WWII Museum offers a compelling blend of sweeping narrative and poignant personal detail through thought-provoking exhibits.
  2. French Market stretches six blocks and caters to all visitors with restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, music venues, parks, and public monuments.
  3. St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 was established in the late 1700s and is the oldest cemetery in New Orleans.
  4. Preservation Hall is open nightly for intimate acoustic New Orleans jazz concerts.
  5. Galatoire's legendary restaurant started with recipes and traditions brought from France by Jean Galatoire in 1905.
  6. St. Louis Cathedral was built in 1724 and is the oldest continuously active Roman Catholic Cathedral in the United States.
  7. New Orleans Museum of Art is home to nearly 40,000 objects that appeal to casual visitors and art enthusiasts alike.
  8. Cafe Du Monde is the original French Market coffee stand, serving café au lait and beignets.
  9. The Sazerac Bar is the site of the creation of America's first cocktail—the Sazerac.
  10. M.S. Rau Antiques is the largest and most exceptional antique gallery in North America.