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French Market - The French Market was originally started in 1812 and continues to be a popular open-air flea market. Almost everything you could ever want all in one place! The market offers everything from produce and souvenirs to clothing and crafts. The market is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and entry is free making it the perfect place to shop.

Canal Street Shopping District - The Canal Street Shopping District features many local shops as well as nationally recognized chains and is the home of the annual Mardi Gras parades. Three levels of shopping make for a premier and wonderful shopping experience.

The Esplanade - Shoppers will be pleased at the wide selection of stores found here at The Esplanade. Boasting more than 135 other specialty shops the mall is a shopping experience like none other. Browse through the latest products offered by Old Navy, Bath and Body Works, Banana Republic, Nine West and more.

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Aquarium of the Americas Aquarium of the Americas is a world-class aquarium home to thousands of fish, birds and reptiles. Explore the amazing underwater world first hand. Exhibits include the marine habitats of North and South America.

Audubon Zoo Rated as one of the top zoos, Audubon Zoo offers visitors a wild one-of-a kind experience. The two rare white tigers, jaguars, elephants and more will amuse and amaze. Visitors can explore some of the most exotic regions and animals of the world.

Musee Conti Wax Museum The wax figures that are found on display here look so life-like you may be momentarily fooled. The wax figures are of the many people that made New Orleans what it is today. The museum also features amazing costumes in a variety of rich and alluring textures and colors.

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New Orleans Restaurants

Emeril's - Experience a world-class dining experience at the flagship restaurant of celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. The menu offers diners fabulous Southern Cajun and Creole cooking accompanied by award-winning wines. Located in a renovated warehouse in the Arts District adding even more charm and class to the already amazing restaurant.

Commander's Palace - Garden District.The James Beard Foundation voted this venue the 'Best Restaurant in the US' The attentive wait staff will be close by to attend to your every need. The restaurant is perfectly situated inside of a 1880s Victorian home in the midst of the Garden District. This fine dining establishment requires that jackets be worn for dinner and Sunday brunch.

Red Room - Travel back in time to the 1940s-1960s when swing was the thing at the Red Room. The popular city restaurant is elegant and romantic. Enjoy the sounds of popular bands while dining on exquisite food. The show begins at 8pm nightly.

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Aquarium of the Americas Aquarium of the Americas is a world-class aquarium home to thousands of fish, birds and reptiles. Explore the amazing underwater world first hand. Exhibits include the marine habitats of North and South America.

Audubon Zoo Rated as one of the top zoos, Audubon Zoo offers visitors a wild one-of-a kind experience. The two rare white tigers, jaguars, elephants and more will amuse and amaze. Visitors can explore some of the most exotic regions and animals of the world.

Musee Conti Wax Museum The wax figures that are found on display here look so life-like you may be momentarily fooled. The wax figures are of the many people that made New Orleans what it is today. The museum also features amazing costumes in a variety of rich and alluring textures and colors.

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