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There is no place on earth quite like New Orleans, Louisiana. While the city is known as a town for fun times and great parties, there is so much more waiting in New Orleans. A great variety of culture, cuisine, and music are all part of why New Orleans is one of the best places in America. New Orleans is the largest city in the state, with more than 343,000 residents living here.

New Orleans is surrounded by water, with the Mississippi River to one side, and the Lake Pontchartrain on the other. Temperatures in New Orleans offer warm summers with temperatures averaging 73 degrees, and cool but mild winters with the average temperature of 56 degrees.

Things To Do In New Orleans, Louisiana

A visit to the Audubon Zoo is in order for all visitors to New Orleans. The zoo is great for children as well as adults, and offers many things to see and do. Located just three miles from downtown New Orleans, the Audubon Zoo offers a zoo, aquarium, and insectarium all rolled into one convenient location. There are more than 15,000 animals waiting to be discovered at the zoo, as well as a Swampland area and an Imax theater. Guests will also find a golf course on the zoo grounds. The zoo is located at 6500 Magazine St.

The French Quarter is well known for its great nightlife, but that is just the beginning of it. Whether you are looking for a bar or club to party the night away, or a more family-friendly activity, the heart of the city, the French Quarter offers something just for you. There are street performers as you walk, a variety of art galleries, fantastic shopping, restaurants, and great jazz music waiting in the French Quarter. Be sure to travel down Bourbon Street to experience New Orleans in its most lively of times.

Visit the Historic New Orleans Collection to learn all there is to know about the great city. A museum offers hundreds of artifacts and exhibits dating back centuries that are sure to please the history lover. Self-guided and facilitated tours are both available. The Museum is located at 533 Royal Street.