City Park is truly a sight to behold and offers an entire day of great sightseeing. Encompassing 1300 acres, City Park was founded in 1854, and is home to 800-year-old live oak trees, botanical gardens, museums, a historic carousel, and much, much more.
Home to NOMA, Sculpture Garden, Kids museum and park, a great beignet stop, biking... bigger than central park in NY our City Park is an adventure you can make your own.
"Serving as New Orleans' largest outdoor attraction since 1854, City Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. With its iconic oak trees and picturesque moss canopies, this 1,300 acre green space brings in millions of visitors each year. People come from near and far to enjoy the beautiful…
Gorgeous and a place I take bi-weekly trips to ... Live oak trees and beignets and coffee!
Serving as New Orleans' largest outdoor attraction since 1854, City Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. With its iconic oak trees and picturesque moss canopies, this 1,300 acre green space brings in millions of visitors each year. People come from near and far to enjoy the beautiful…
“"The New Orleans Museum of Art is the oldest fine arts museum in the city of New Orleans. It is situated within City Park, a short distance from the intersection of Carrollton Avenue and Esplanade Avenue, and near the terminus of the "Canal Street - City Park" streetcar line."”
“The National WWII Museum tells the story of the American experience in WWII. It is ranked on Trip Advisor Travelers Choice Awards as the #2 museum in the US and #2 in the world to visit. Featuring historic aircraft, and multiple pavilions dedicated to different aspects of the war, the National WWII museum is a must-see.”
“Get the shrimp poboy dressed plus a bottle of root beer! You will thank us later. ”
“ It is approximately 350 acres. The park is approximately six miles to the west of the city center of New Orleans and sits on land that was purchased by the city in 1871. It is bordered on one side by the Mississippi River and on the other by St. Charles Avenue, directly across from Loyola University and Tulane University. ”
“The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is located on the banks of the Mississippi river, near the French Quarter. The aquarium features exhibits that focus on aquatic life in the Americas – Caribbean reef, Amazon river, Mississippi river and Gulf of Mexico aquatic life are featured in this mesmerizing attraction.”