Family and Kids in New Orleans

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Irish Cultural Museum Of New Orleans

    Family and Kids

    The Irish Cultural Museum of New Orleans showcases the 200-year old history of Irish people in New Orleans through kiosks, genealogy resources and an award-winning documentary. The Irish population came to America to escape the famine and slowly contributed to the city as soldiers, mercenaries, priests, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and public servants. Today, the museum pays homage to the pe...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Dr Bob Art

    Family and Kids

    Dr. Bob Art is known for his iconic ‘Be nice or leave’ signs around many places in New Orleans and a visit to his shop offers art like no other place in the city. From quirky paintings, carvings, shrines, assemblages, decor items to loud and colourful installations- the artistmagnifies art to accommodate everyday objects and give it a spin of his own! If unique gifts is what you are...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Gallery Orange

    Family and Kids

    The Gallery Orange showcases art-works from local and International artists and sell Abstract, figurative, folk and pop art inspired paintings and drawings. The gallery is one of the highlights of the historic French quarter and if you love art, do take a walk here to see some fabulous paintings and maybe even shop for a few. The small boutique styled gallery’s contemporary pieces are per...Read more
  4. Amazing New Orleans attraction for kids
    Cole Pratt Gallery

    Family and Kids

    The Cole Pratt Gallery specialises in art work by southern artists and from its establishment in 1993, has added to the iconic southern-art style of Louisiana. Located on the historic Magazine Street, the understated gallery is a hidden secret and along with the art-work, gives you a peak into the history of the artists as well. A walk around the gallery is perfect anytime of the year since its...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum

    Family and Kids

    Founded in 2011 after the slow reconstruction of the 9th war following Hurricane Katrina, the Lower 9th ward living museum is a way of keeping the historic stories of the neighbourhood alive through its residents. The museum holds exhibits as well as cultural events that educate as well as offer entertainment to the visitors. See apart of the history of the city kept alive through its community...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in New Orleans
    House Of Dance And Feathers

    Family and Kids

    The House of Dance and Feathers is a fabulous way to get in touch with the living culture of New Orleans and that is exactly what the founder- Ronald W. Lewis wanted to contribute to. Located in the lower 9 the ward, the museum consists of Mardi Gras Indian masks, suits, figures, books and images among other rare finds and if you like to visit unique places that have a story of its own, don&rsq...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Storyland

    Botanical Garden, Games

    Storyland gets all your iconic children’s stories to life and as you explore Captain Hook’s ship, take a seat in Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage, meet the three pigs and enter the mouth of a whale, you revisit a part of your childhood for sure. The place is perfect to spend a few hours in the evenings- especially if you are visiting with children. Storyland is part of the City P...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    St Louis Cathedral

    Family and Kids

    The St. Louis Cathedral is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States. Overlooking Jackson Square, the architecture and the serenity of the cathedral will leave you feeling peaceful. New Orleans residents have worshipped at this place since 1727. Explore the best of The St. Louis Cathedral by planning ahead of your time using New Orleans trip planner.
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    City Park

    Park

    Spread across 1300 acres, the New Orleans City Park has mesmerised visitors since 1854. Watch open air concerts, burn off those calories on the jogging, walking and biking tracks, do yoga, go boating, play tennis or just relax and smell the flowers and the watch the world going by. This park is the perfect place to unwind and relax. Tailor your day around City Park using New Orleans trip ...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Tanner Original Art

    Family and Kids

    Tanner Gallery and Studio is a small personal studio where the artists sells his popular paintings. The artists’ close-to-nature paintings are meant to give you a relaxed feel owing to the use of trees, light and nature in the paintings. You will often see the viewer asa part of the painting. Known for his refreshing art, many of his paintings are sold out as soon as they are made but if ...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Jackson Barracks Military Museum

    Family and Kids

    The Jackson Barracks Military Museum was severely damaged in Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and in 2012 opened its doors again to showcases a part of war history which would have been lost otherwise. The collection includes historic battalion flags, parade uniforms, honors and decorations that date back to the American Revolution. The life-size recreations of the war zones give you a virtual reality...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Algiers Point

    Family and Kids

    Algiers point, the second oldest neighborhood of New Orleans is located at the bend of the Mississippi river. It offers a majestic view of the river like no other places in New Orleans. The historic houses belonging to the 19th century and old churches are the highlight of the place and make for a pleasant place to walk around. The ferry ride from the Algiers point ferry terminal take you for a...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Voodoo Experience

    Family and Kids

    The Voodoo Experience Festival combines the best of live bands, art, technology, drama and food to offer a music experience like no other around the world. The live performances are known for their grandeur and breath-taking lights and sensory technology and has quiet a popular list of artists and singers. The large number of food and drink stalls are perfect to grab a bite at. If you are in Ne...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Chartres Street

    Family and Kids

    The Chartres Street is flooded with restaurants, antique shops, art galleries and local shops that are a treat for shopaholics. Eventhough not as popular as Bourbon street and Royal Street, Chartres Street has the gorgeous St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square! The Chartres House Cafe has a classic New Orleans menu while the Daisy Dukes’ delicious Cajun food dishes are something you simp...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Nola Art Gallery

    Family and Kids

    Terrance Osborne is an artist from New Orleans, internationally renowned and popular for his interpretation of New Orleans and its culture. His poster painting called ‘New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival’ marked his 4th masterpiece. Today, the gallery showcases exclusive, original art pieces of the artist himself and a visit here will get you familiar with his off-beat work and u...Read more