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Beautiful old southern charm homes and mansions. In the spring & summer is the time to go there. Stop at Superior Seafood at the corner of St Charles & Napoleon Ave. Sit at he bar. The place will be packed.
This is a beautiful area to walk around. The exact opposite of the French Quarter. These homes are full of grandeur and indulgence of the time they were built.
If your are doing a self guided walk through here, you can get a walking map...More
New Orleans' Garden District is known for its architecture more than for its gardens. Mostly, however, it is known for who lives in what has been the city's elite residential neighborhood since the 19th century, when wealthy newcomers built opulent structures. Any given block boasts...More
We took the Hop On Hop Off Bus to the Garden District. We did a little window shopping, had lunch at the Red Dog Diner and did a self guided walking tour we had on our phone. There is a Starbucks right near the bus...More
We were staying in the French Quarter but wanted to see a different part of town. Easy to get to by the St Charles street car. Nice, relaxing change of pace from the busy Bourbon Street crowds and noise. Charming historical homes you can see...More
Take your time strolling through this neighborhood filled with beautiful homes, sprawling trees, and neat architecture! Would recommend a walking tour or self-guided tour to point out the special highlights.