There are so many free things to do in New Orleans, it’s crazy! From eating to exploring, this list of 99+ free and cheap things to do in New Orleans is perfect for first-timers or seasoned travelers.
I love being a tourist in my hometown of New Orleans. There are so many things to do in the city as a local or tourist that I decided to go on a Cemetery walking tour with Two Chicks Walking Tour to visit St Louis #1. This cemetery is home to some notable people such as Marie Laveau, Nicholas Cage, and more.
I really feel that Summer starts in New Orleans on the first day of May. Kids are ready to get out of school, morning commutes get better in May, and its hot as all get out. Seriously, guys, 2018 had a wonderful spring with great weather, but June 2018 had been stifling hot. As I write this its already 90 degrees! But my city knows how to get people out of their air conditioning and out into the streets of New Orleans.
JAMNOLA is a new Instagrammable experience in New Orleans. It is a completely immersive experience and a love letter to New Orleans. Located in the ByWater, JAMNOLA is the perfect spot for a local or tourist to spend an hour during Mardi Gras Season. Discount code inside the post!
Po Boys are a New Orleans tradition, and everyone has their own favorite Po Boy.Whether your favorite is a Roast Beef, Fried Shrimp, Fried Oyster, Ham, and Cheese, or a Vietnamese Banh Mi Po Boy, it is one of my favorite dishes to eat for lunch or dinne
Discover some of the city’s black-owned restaurants and chefs throughout all of New Orleans. From Soul Food to Vegan Food this guide will help you discover some of the best Black-Owned Restaurants in New Orleans. Great guide for Essence Fest!