19 Historic Sites in New Orleans That You Must Visit

Nicknamed the “Big Easy”, this southern city is known for many things. It’s the birthplace of jazz and has live music and a party scene that add to its overall fun appeal.

Let’s travel back in time as we explore the top historical places in New Orleans.

The French Quarter is New Orleans’ historic heart. It was founded in 1718, making it the oldest section of the city.

French Quarter


Bourbon Street is one of the most well-known streets in the US. Located in the French Quarter, it’s the life of the party in New Orleans.

Bourbon Street


From street performers to open-air artists that paint and display their works to tarot card readers and fortune-tellers, there’s always something interesting to see.

Jackson Square


Congo Square is located in Louis Armstrong Park, in the Tremé neighbourhood. This open space is well-known for its influence on African American music, most notably jazz.

Congo Square


The district is considered to be one of the best-preserved collections of historic mansions in the south.

Garden District


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