New Orleans, Louisiana Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions
New Orleans is a major United States port and the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. New Orleans is located in the Mississippi River Delta on the east and west banks of the Mississippi River and south of Lake Pontchartrain. The area along the river is characterized by ridges and hollows.
The most important places to visit in New Orleans are: Mardi Gras (which means Fat Tuesday is what New Orleans is most known for. Millions take part in the carnival and enjoy its parades and balls), Saint Louis Cemeteries (historic cemeteries constructed in the 18th century, burial sites were built above ground since the city is below sea level), St. Louis Cathedral (located in iconic Jackson Square, this national historic monument is the oldest continually operating cathedral in the country), French Quarter (one of the most famous neighborhoods of America. Enjoy the historical architecture, jazz clubs and restaurants) and many more.
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Comprehensive Louisiana with Kids (Louisiana Travel Guide 2019)
This video is a compilation of our Louisiana with Kids series: Spuddy's Canjun Foods for an andouille sausage making demonstration, making pottery with Louisiana Pottery in Cajun Village, eating beignets at Coffee House, and touring Destrehan Plantation, Houmas House Plantation & Gardens in Darrow, Louisiana State Capitol, Mike the Tiger Habitat at LSU, LSU Rural Life Museum, Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, Magnolia Mound Plantation, Knock Knock Children's Museum, and Parrain's Seafood Restaurant, Cajun Country Swamp Tours in Breaux Bridge, then off to Lafayette for Acadiana Park Nature Station and Children's Museum of Acadiana, Conrad Rice Mill and Rip Van Wikle Gardens in New Iberia.
Louisiana Plantation Tour (Louisiana Plantation Country with Kids)
Visiting Louisiana Plantation Country: St. James Parish Welcome Center for information, Spuddy's Canjun Foods for an andouille sausage making demonstration, making pottery with Louisiana Pottery in Cajun Village, eating beignets at Coffee House, and touring Destrehan Plantation.
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New Orleans Cajun Swamp and Plantation Tour
Don't leave New Orleans without taking a Canjun swamp and plantation tour.
Experience Louisiana's Cajun and Creole cultures on this grand tour of Cajun country! Take a boat tour of the cypress swamps and explore the oldest plantations in the south, Oak Alley Plantation and Laura Plantation.
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Louisiana's Swamp- Jean Lafitte National Barataria Preserve
New Orleans is a city surrounded by swamps, basically making it an island. It’s easy to see why the wetlands are shrouded in just as much mystery and tales as they are in Spanish moss and cypress trees. They are shadowed, otherworldly and breathtakingly beautiful.
Jean Lafitte National Park refers to six different sites scattered across south Louisiana including a battlefield and a visitor’s center in the French Quarter.
This video is about the Barataria Preserve, which is usually what people are referring to when they talk about Jean Lafitte Park.
The swamps have been home to pirates and slaves fleeing towards freedom, as well as alligators, birds, and insects of every kind. The bayous surrounding New Orleans added to the magic of the city and should not be missed!
By the way, the park is full of larger wildlife, and you may inadvertently find yourself a lot closer to them than you would on a swamp tour too! It's also free!
Plantation San Francisco St. John's Parish Louisiana
Music background by The Assembly Kora Band's New Orleans World Fusion. The plantation is in St. John's Parish, Louisiana, and is on the banks of the Mississippi River. The style is Steamboat Gothic, and makes a very unusual look for antebellum plantation mansions. Imagery shot with a Nikon D800 camera, using a Sigma 10mm-20mm zoom lens. The extreme fisheye lens makes an unusual effect, especially when panning. The sill images were shot using a picture control setting of Vivid. The ADL setting was set to eliminate any harsh shadows and create a pleasing low shadow effect.
New Orleans Plantation Tour
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Iconic Dining in New Orleans Northshore, Louisiana
Visit Louisiana’s oldest craft brewery, dine across from Lake Pontchartrain and visit the local thriving farmers market in New Orleans Northshore, Louisiana.
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Road Trip #037 - LA-18 - River Road - Waggaman to Gretna, Louisiana
A drive along Louisiana Highway 18, which follows the Mississippi River, on the Westbank of Jefferson Parish, from Waggaman to Gretna, Louisiana. Parts of this route are on an old alignment of U.S. Highway 90 (prior to 1940).
00:10 LA-18 / Waggaman, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
01:12 Willswood Ln.
02:09 Avondale Garden Rd.
02:09 Avondale, Louisiana
02:56 Old U.S. Hwy 90
03:24 River Rd. LA-541
03:54 U.S. Highway 90
03:54 Nine Mile Point Rd. W.
03:54 Bridge City, Louisiana
04:10 Nine Mile Point Rd.
04:54 Bridge City Ave. LA-18
05:59 Westwego, Louisiana
06:18 River Rd. LA-541
06:45 Louisiana St.
07:16 Fourth St.
07:25 Avenue A
08:35 Klein St.
08:46 Marrero, Louisiana
08:52 Urbandale St.
09:38 Ames Blvd.
10:26 Barataria Blvd. LA-45
10:50 Fourth St.
11:03 Avenue D
11:19 Farrington Dr.
11:19 Harvey, Louisiana
11:46 Destrehan Ave. LA-3018
11:52 Harvey Canal
12:04 Peters Rd. LA-3017 / Bark St.
12:38 Manhattan Blvd.
12:50 Gretna, Louisiana
12:54 Dolhonde St.
12:58 Derbigny St.
13:13 Huey P. Long Ave.
13:22 Fifth St. LA-466
13:40 Lafayette St.
14:12 Eleventh St.
14:23 Westbank Expressway / U.S. Hwy 90 Business
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