This city was built with strong French influence, which is seen in the Victorian architecture lining the bustling streets.
This historic street is home to many of the bars and nightclubs that make this area so infamous.
Jackson Square is the historic central plaza of the French Quarter that was named after Andrew Jackson.
Under New Orleans Municipal Code Sec. 54-404 visitors to N’awlins are able to legally drink in the street – as long as the drink is held in a plastic container.
An open-air pavilion that houses local art, crafts, and food shops! The French Market is open every day from 10 AM to 6 PM and is worth a stop off (or two!) while in New Orleans!