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  • 1 Warehouse District Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    USA - New Orleans, LA 70130

    The Warehouse District thrives as the center of visual arts activity in New Orleans. Warehouses that sprang up behind riverfront docks in the early 19C are now reborn as studios, condominiums and museums, while street-level storefronts along Julia St..

  • 2 Contemporary Arts Center

    Museums and art

    900 Camp St at St. Joseph St. USA - New Orleans, LA 70130

    Frequently changing temporary exhibits of modern visual art occupy the sleekly renovated gallery spaces of this former ice-cream factory and tobacco warehouse. Live performances are held in the facility's two theater spaces.

  • 3 Gallier House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1118-1132 Royal St USA - New Orleans, LA 70116

    Former home of noted local architect James Gallier Jr., who melded Creole and American style elements in his home's design.

  • 4 New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum

    Museums and art

    724 Dumaine St USA - New Orleans, LA 70116

    Voodoo is an occult religion that arrived in New Orleans with the slave trade, and continues to flourish today.

  • 5 Louisiana Supreme Court Building

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    400 Royal Street USA - New Orleans, LA 70130

    The massive white marble and granite Louisiana Supreme Court Building, completed in 1910, will house the state supreme court, offices and a court museum upon completion of its renovations.

  • 6 New Orleans Botanical Garden

    Nature and gardens

    1 1 Palm Drive USA - New Orleans, LA

    Built by WPA workers during the Depression, the botanical garden opened as the City Park Rose Garden in 1936. After years of neglect, the seven-acre site was reborn in the 1980s as the New Orleans Botanical Garden, the result of a collaboration betwe..

  • 7 Riverwalk Marketplace

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 Poydras St USA - New Orleans, LA 70130

    The same developers who brought you South Street Seaport in New York City and Harborplace in Baltimore designed this shopping and dining complex with 140 retail stores and restaurants. South Street Seaport in New York City and Harborplace in Baltimor..

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