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Most of our guests arrive with a list of recommended things to see and do.  We can help fine tune your plans for the day, by offering suggestions on what is happening at the moment.

We always welcome our guests with a brief orientation of our area and make every effort to exceed their expectations during their stay.  However, if you need additional help when finalizing your plans to visit New Orleans, please call or email us.



New Orleans has great restaurants, featuring the area’s famous cuisine: Creole, French, Italian, Cajun, Caribbean, and Fresh Gulf Seafood.

We listed some of our guests’ favorites here, as well as our own.  Please click on the links to their websites...

Music Venues

Music Venues

If you want to hear lively music, you are only blocks away.  From the jazz strip on Frenchmen Street to the St. Claude Corridor as well as Bourbon Street, there are numerous venues to satisfy everyone’s taste.  Check out some of our favorites…

Tours & Attractions

Tours & Attractions

New Orleans has a wide variety of tours that include Swamp, Plantation, Cemetery, and City Tours.  Museums, Art Markets, the Superdome, the Convention Center and the Street-car are all within walking distance.

Walking Tours

This is the very best way to get familiarized with the city.  Put on a comfortable pair of shoes, some sunscreen and a hat for the walks.

Friends of the Cabildo Walking Tours – Two hour tour led by trained volunteers with the Louisiana State Museum System who educate on architecture and historical facts. The tour visits Madame John’s Legacy as well as the 1850 House.

Walking thru our cemeteries is a popular attraction.  Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 in the Garden District and St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 in Treme are a couple of the most visited.

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve – These popular 90-minute walks are free and led by rangers from Jean Lafitte Park. These tours are hugely informative and focus on history and architecture.

Gray Line Walking Tour - These tours meet up at the River and Toulouse St., then range throughout the Quarter visiting all the key points including Jackson Square, the Ursuline Convent and the Pharmacy Museum among many.

Carriage Tours

Every day from about 8 a.m. to midnight mule-drawn carriages line up on Decatur Street in front of Jackson Square. These tours are a staple in New Orleans tourism. Some carriages hold four people, others hold six. They roll through the French Quarter, rain or shine, pointing out all of the expected sites. For something more substantial than the standard nickel tour, carriage drivers can be engaged for private tours of the city.

Riverboat Tours

See the city from the body of water that made it all possible:

Creole Queen Paddle Wheeler - offers dinner jazz and daytime historical cruises.

Steamboat Natchez - offers dinner jazz and daytime jazz cruises.

Plantation & Swamp Tours

Tours by Isabelle   - The longest locally owned and operated Tour Company in New Orleans.  31 years of excellence in tours Reservations: 504-398-0365 or 1-888-223-2093 Email:

Cajun Encounters - Call Toll Free: 1-866-92-TOURS  (1-866-928-6877)

Graylineoffers combo tours though out the city.

Average Temperatures

January 62°F H - 45°F L July 91°F H - 75°F L

February 65°F H - 48°F L August 91°F H - 75°F L

March 72°F H - 54°F L September 88°F H - 72°F L

April 78°F H - 60°F L October 80°F H - 63°F L

May 85°F H - 68°F L November 72°F H - 54°F L

June 90°F H - 74°F L December 64°F H - 47°F L

While temperatures of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit are not normal for New Orleans, the city commonly climbs into the 90's from June to September. Most summer nights are also hot, with the thermometer remaining above 70 degrees.  Warm weather extends consistently from April to October in New Orleans. During those seven months, the city can count on daily temperatures of at least 60 °F and nights no colder than 40.

Cold weather doesn't occur frequently in New Orleans. The southern city averages just six nights a year when the temperature drops to freezing. Weather that chilly is confined to December, January or February.  But any overnight frost always thaws during the day. Even in winter, every day normally has a high of at least 40 °F. Indeed, most days get much warmer. Only on nine days a year, on average, does the thermometer in New Orleans fail to make it above 49 degrees.

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