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Walked to the garden district from my hotel. Enjoyed looking at the houses on the way there, and back. Shopping was enjoyable, stopped by a few antique stores. Only drawback was there was not a restroom in one of the antique stores!
There is a free walking tour brochure at the visitor centers so that you don't have to pay for a guide. The
Lafayette cemetery is very interesting. Both this district and the French Quarter are major filming locations for NCIS New Orleans, and we saw...More
About four years ago I decided to stay in the Garden District for the first time, the third area of the city I stayed in. Now I'm sold it's the only place to stay. First and foremost is the St. Charles Guest House, my home...More
Take the trolley. We got on at canal st. Road it all the way to the end. Goes right through the heart of the garden district. Get the all day pass. Well worth it. And you will know what stop to get off and walk...More
Some absolutely fabulous mansions and houses in this area. See Julia Roberts' house, John Goodman and Archie Manning. Make sure you have a guide of some sort to explain about all the houses and then catch lunch at Commander's Palace
We combined the online Garden District tour and the online tour of the cemetery that is across from Commander's Palace. It's not the greatest cemetery, but was still interesting. We also had dinner at Commander's Palace on... More
We combined the online Garden District tour and the online tour of the cemetery that is across from Commander's Palace. It's not the greatest cemetery, but was still interesting. We also had dinner at Commander's Palace on a different night; you need reservations, well in advance (I believe) and nicer than the usual tourist clothing.