Big Shopping Adventure in New Orleans, New Orleans

Among all the other activities that New Orleans has to offer, shopping is probably one of the most popular. Antiques, art, one of a kind jewelry, New Orleans has it all. This tour will take you to the biggest and most prominent shopping spots in New Orleans.
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Big Shopping Adventure in New Orleans Map

Guide Name: Big Shopping Adventure in New Orleans
Guide Location: USA » New Orleans (See other walking tours in New Orleans)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.0 km
Author: ann
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LeMieux Galleries

1) LeMieux Galleries

Whether you are a collector or an art enthusiast, you will definitely love the Le Mieux Galleries, as you'll find here the works of Gulf Coast artists from Louisiana to Florida. Also here you will find the masterpieces of the late New Orleans abstract artist Paul Ninas.

Operation Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10 am - 6...   view more
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The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

2) The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk (must see)

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk, until 2014 Riverwalk Marketplace, is an outlet mall located in the Central Business District of New Orleans. It is located along the Mississippi River waterfront, stretching from the base of Canal Street, upriver to the New Orleans Morial Convention Center.

The mall closed for a few months after Hurricane Katrina, due to extensive wind and looting damage. It reopened in early December 2005, in hopes that Christmas shopping would jump-start the area's...   view more
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Canal Street

3) Canal Street

Canal Street is a famous street in New Orleans and, at 170 feet, one of the widest in the United States. Located in the French Quarter, this street served as a cultural dividing line for the Creoles and the new American residents.

The name of the street comes from a canal, that was never built, that would connect the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. Canal Street is the starting point for many of the major avenues and streets that run through the French Quarter. It is also a location...   view more
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Angela King Gallery

4) Angela King Gallery

Angela King Gallery represents a contemporary art gallery. Here you will find: paintings, prints, and sculptures, as well as the works of Peter Max, Ernest Trova, Leroy Neiman, M.L. Snowden, and many...   view more
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Shops At Jax Brewery

5) Shops At Jax Brewery

Once a brewery, this building is now an upscale mall filled with both local shops and national chains, along with a food court and a balcony that overlooks the Mississippi River.

Operation Hours: Monday - Sunday: 10 am - 7...   view more
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Old French Market

6) Old French Market (must see)

The Old French Market was a major food market for 180 years in New Orleans. People came from far and wide to enjoy the delicious and fresh foods, aroma, and atmosphere. It is one of the oldest public market buildings in America. The original market was located at the Café du Monde site near Jackson Square and was constructed by the Spanish during colonial times to provide a safe and clean place to purchase food. In 1811, a new building was constructed only to be destroyed by a hurricane the...   view more

Walking Tours in New Orleans, Louisiana

Create Your Own Walk in New Orleans

Create Your Own Walk in New Orleans

Creating your own self-guided walk in New Orleans is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
New Orleans' Nightlife

New Orleans' Nightlife

A city well-reputed for its never-ending party and carefree attitude, visitors to the French Quarter in New Orleans may not be surprised by the amount of great nightlife establishments found through the district but will certainly be impressed by the lively night of hot live music and ever-flowing drinks they experience once they are here. Take New Orleans’ Nightlife Tour in the French Quarter to see the best this happening district has to offer guests to its fair city after the sun goes down.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Cultural Tour in Business District, New Orleans

Cultural Tour in Business District, New Orleans

For most of the people living in New Orleans, the Central Business District is just a crowded area home to skyscrapers, malls and casinos. However the district is also home to a large number of heritage sites, including some well-known museums. The tour below takes in the cultural side of the Business District.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.5 km
Marigny Nightlife

Marigny Nightlife

A city well-reputed for its never-ending party and carefree attitude, visitors to the French Quarter in New Orleans may not be surprised by the amount of great nightlife establishments found through the district but will certainly be impressed by the lively night of hot live music and ever-flowing drinks they experience once they are here. Take New Orleans’ Nightlife Tour in the French Quarter to see the best this happening district has to offer guests to its fair city after the sun goes down.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.5 km
French Quarter Orientation Walk

French Quarter Orientation Walk

The French Quarter, one of the oldest and most popular neighborhoods of New Orleans, otherwise known as Vieux Carre, was founded in 1718. It perfectly combines the tempting, noisy and nutty nightlife of Bourbon street with important historic landmarks, art galleries, sophisticated cafes and some of the city's oldest churches. Make sure not to miss a chance to explore this area and take this orientation walk.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.9 km
Cultural Walking Tour in New Orleans

Cultural Walking Tour in New Orleans

New Orleans possesses a rich cultural and historical heritage and has a long and captivating story to tell. Whether you are interested in history and art or are intrigued by the mystical side of the world, the museums and the art galleries of New Orleans will never cease to impress you. Check out the Cultural Walking Tour below and discover the best museums the city.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.0 km
Churches in New Orleans

Churches in New Orleans

New Orleans has some of the oldest and the most beautiful churches in Louisiana. Some of them, like St Louis Cathedral, have become iconic symbols of the city, others are considered to be "fresh air" to the busy business quarters. The churches here combine different architectural styles. The tour below includes some exquisite examples of places of worship in New Orleans.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 7.4 km