See New Orleans for Exciting Family Adventure

Feb 24, 2014 by     No Comments    Posted under: Blog


New Orleans 2013

New Orleans 2013 from kkimpel

If you are a family of thrill seekers, art lovers or even history buffs, then New Orleans is the ideal place for you and your family to visit.

Here is just a sampling of the many exciting adventures that await you and our family on a New Orleans trip:

Visit the world class Audubon Zoo. Take an African Safari trip and watch wild animals in their habitats or hold a delicate butterfly upon the tip of your finger.

Enjoy the stunning sea life display at the Aquarium of the Americas. Tour a ran forest, enjoy watching the penguins playing or how about a visit to an aquatic petting zoo? Enjoy the new frogs exhibit with 30 species of frogs from all of the corners of the world.

Spend some time in the Louisiana Children’s Museum where science, art and education all come together for children under the ages of 12. Children will enjoy hands on exhibits and expand their minds while laughing and having a grand time.

No visit to New Orleans is complete without a visit to the Historical French Quarter. With features of Cabildo, the most important historical building in the state. Here is where the Louisiana Purchase was officially signed. Owned and operated by the Louisiana State Museum, this is full of intriguing historical artifacts like Napoleon’s death mask. Take a horse drawn carriage through the French Quarter and enjoy the art, architecture as well as the history that created this area.

Feeling a bit more adventurous? Stop on over for a Swamp Tour and see the alligators swim up to your boat. Watch and learn about the intriguing ecosystem and learn how important these coastal wetlands are to the area and the wild life that they house.

Spend some downtime on the Canal Streetcar. This bright red street car is fully air conditioned and handicap accessible. Enjoy a rumbling trip from Mississippi River to the City Park.



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