Discover New Orleans

Specialties of Louisiana city New Orleans, travel secrets needed to plan ahead for upcoming Fall events while also encouraging immediate immersion in the history and culture that New Orleans is famous for.

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New Orleans is a destination that should top every traveler’s list. And this fall, families, solo explorers, couples looking for a romantic getaway and friends looking for a good time will all find ample things to do. Whether you’re looking to taste your way through the city, experience live music, or just lay low with the locals, there’s something for every type of traveler.

Fall of 2021 is packed with events that were delayed or postponed due to the pandemic, including the highly anticipated returns of French Quarter Fest, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. Picture yourself double-fisting crawfish bread and a BBQ oyster po-boy while listening to live music for the first time in two years (and throw in a cool October breeze). If there was ever a time to book your trip to the Crescent City, the time is most definitely now.

In addition to the epic fall festival lineup, new restaurants add to an already exciting food and beverage scene. Sink your teeth into stuffed chicken wings from Thai D-Jing, or Viet-Cajun style boiled seafood at Hieux Boil Seafood House. Pick up a coffee and a book and cozy up at the recently opened Baldwin &Co., a locally owned bookstore stocking the shelves with books from Black authors. The Mill NOLA is your spot for shrimp and truffle mac’n’cheese, and Green Olives Cafe has falafel, shawarma, and all your Mediterranean favorites. Take advantage of the prime weather that fall brings to New Orleans and dine outdoors.

Enhance your visit by booking a stay at one of our many newly opened hotels. Luxury travelers can take in Mississippi Riverfront views from their suite at the Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans. Located at the foot of the French Quarter, guests will have restaurants, attractions, and live music at their fingertips.

Enhance your visit by booking a stay at one of our many newly opened hotels. Luxury travelers can take in Mississippi Riverfront views from their suite at the Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans. Located at the foot of the French Quarter, guests will have restaurants, attractions, and live music at their fingertips.

Travelers looking for a unique stay will enjoy the recently renovated Hotel Saint Vincent tucked away in the Lower Garden District, located on the quieter side of bustling Magazine Street near several hip restaurants, cafes, and bars.

Also new to the hotel scene is Virgin Hotels New Orleans located in the Central Business District in downtown New Orleans, which is also an optimal location for good eats and proximity to the city’s must-see neighborhoods.

Exploring New Orleans’ neighborhoods is key to understanding the city’s history and culture. A visit to the historically African American Treme neighborhood is essential in learning about the city’s Black culture. Groups still gather on Sunday afternoons at Congo Square for music, dancing, and community, as they have for centuries; museums like the Backstreet Cultural Museum highlight the traditions of the Mardi Gras Indians, second lines, and jazz funerals.

The Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods are located on the outskirts of the French Quarter, perfect for a day spent seeking out art markets and dining on non-traditional cuisine. Visit Uptown New Orleans for a ride on the streetcar and an impromptu architecture tour along the famed St. Charles Avenue.

Shoppers and foodies will love Magazine Street, a six-mile stretch of Uptown filled with boutiques, art galleries, casual dining, and watering holes. Venture just out of the city limits fora swamp tour, complete with alligators, racoons, and marshmallows.

The Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience is also among the exciting openings of fall 2021. The museum covers the geographical area of 13 southern states and 300 years of history—and it features exhibits, collections, and programming focused on the history of Southern Jews. This is the first museum of its kind in New Orleans and is set to draw visitors from far and wide, serving as an important educational facility for cultural exploration and understanding.

For more information on booking your trip to New Orleans, please visit www.neworleans.com and find us @VisitNewOrleans on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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