Spanish Plaza, New Orleans
Spanish Plaza, New Orleans - Address
Address: Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
Time Required: 00:45 Mins
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Spanish Plaza, New Orleans
The Spanish Plaza was dedicated by Spain as a remembrance of their common historical past with the city of New Orleans and as a pledge of friendship in the future.
Located near the waterfront, the plaza offers a panoramic view of the Mississippi river. The central fountain adds to its beauty and often you will find locals as well as tourist taking a casual walk in the afternoons and evenings.
Exploring the nearby Aquarium of the Americas, Riverwalk Shopping Centre and the Harrah's casinois the highlight when you visit the plaza.
Spanish Plaza Ticket Prices
- Admission is free.
How To reach Spanish Plaza by Public Transport
- By Bus: Canal at Convention Center Blvd
- By Tram: Poydras Station
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi.
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I used to do the lawn maintenance there. Beautiful. I've seen every inch of it. It's so historic and pretty. I have a garden full of lemon and lime trees that started as babies there. People throw their drinks out into the flower beds and you can find baby trees if you know what you're looking for. Great memories. Always left with a baby citrus tree and a snowball.
Beautiful boats nice breeze had a fireworks show had nice restaurant on the dock where u can sat out and eat and on the other side was shopping stores and boutiques right across the way was the casino everything was close back walk in distant we walk the quad had an awesome time
Spanish Plaza used to be beautiful. Now, it's a bit worse than sad. The problem is that all the paving needs to be redone. Of course, this can be said for about 99% of New Orleans.
Small but beautiful park. Nice view of the river with access to several retailers.
Nice area, musical instruments for kids to play and by the water.