Family and Kids in New Orleans

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Degas House

    Family and Kids

    The Edgar Degas House Impressionist Tour gives you a tour of the historic house, the in-house museum and the studio of Edgar Degas. The famous French impressionist Edgar Degas has his roots in New Orleans since his Grandmother and Mother where from the Creole city. Today the place gives you a rare peek into the life of the man himself and the documentary ‘Degas in New Orleans, a Creole So...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    M. S. Rau Antiques

    Family and Kids

    Selling authentic antique furniture, silver, clocks, porcelain artefacts, glass, canes, music boxes, fine art paintings and sculptures and real, precious jewellery by some of the most renowned designers from all over the world, a visit to M.S. Rau Antiques,completes the New Orleans experience. If you are an avid antique-collector or simply want to see some fabulous historic creations that spin ...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    New Orleans Art District

    Family and Kids

    The Warehouse District known as the New Orleans Art District was established during the 19th century as an industrial area. Today the place accommodates trendy cafes, restaurants and shops and is known for its bustling nightlife that is the highlight of the place. The whole district has over 25 Art Galleries and The National World War II Museum, Louisiana’s Civil War Museum, The Children&...Read more
  4. Amazing New Orleans attraction for kids
    Rosetree Blown Glass

    Family and Kids

    The Rosetree Blown Glass Studio is popular for blown-glass art in the Venetian style of furnace work, using techniques as old as 2000 years! Located in the French quarter, the studios make an exception for visitors and you can see the master at work here and even try glass-blowing to add to the experience. The beautiful glass pieces are up for sale and make for the perfect unique gift for loved...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

    Family and Kids

    Designed by Israeli artist YaacovAgam, the Holocaust Memorial is a modern sculpture made from 9 panelsthat stand parallel to each other and show various interpretations with every shift in the Observer’s position. The Yellow star design that played an important role during the Nazi rules is part of the sculpture and one of the designs also showcases the chaos and oppression that came with...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in New Orleans
    Joan Of Arc Statue

    Family and Kids

    The Joan of Arc statue was a gift by France to the city of New Orleans. The Orléans town in France was one of the places that Joan of Arc helped capture and her contribution to lead France into English territory and capture 30 cities was legendary. The cannons kept in front of the statue represent her weapon of choice. Today the monument pays homage to the brilliant leader and her iconic...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Carousel Gardens Amusement Park

    Amusement Park, Garden

    The Carousel Gardens are loved for its beautiful carousal rides that light up after dark and put a big smile on children of all ages. The 100 year antique wooden carousel ‘flying horse’ carved by Loof and Carmel, is the crowd-puller and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For locals and tourists, taking a ride here is simply one of those experiences you cannot mis...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Voodoo Spiritual Temple

    Family and Kids

    Voodoo Spiritual Temple was established in 1990 Priest Oswan Chamani and his wife Miriam who keep the traditional West African spiritual practices alive in New Orleans. Oswan Chamani is also known for his Belizan Vodou practices. The temple is a whole new world in itself and you can try private consultations, bone readings, weddings, blessings, and special rituals for healing and love. The ecle...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    House Of Broel's Victorian Mansion And Doll House Museum

    Family and Kids

    The House of Broel's Victorian Mansion and Doll House Museum is loved for its rare collection of handcrafted, fashion-styled dolls. The doll house’s miniature vignettes, beautiful furnishings and artistic décor- all make the it rather special. The floor above holds a rare miniature museum that showcases historically accurate scale model mansions, houses, shops and costumed figures ...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Our Lady Of Guadalupe Chapel

    Family and Kids

    Our Lady Of Guadalupe Church was built in 1826 as a burial church for the people who lost their lives to yellow fever. The beautiful chapel is the oldest surviving church in New Orleans. The small chapel’s minimalistic, traditional design, stained-glass art, simple alter and its 1950's Moller pipe organ is why tourists love to visit the place. The church still has masses that are arranged...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Washington Artillery Park And Moonwalk

    Park

    Located opposite to the Jackson square and overlooking the mighty Mississippi river, the Washington Artillery Park was the official training ground of Washington Artillery. The monument of the cannon is a model 1861 Parrot Rifle used in the Civil War. The training grounds were established in the 1830’s and mark an important chapter in defence training in New Orleans. Today the park is lov...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots

    Family and Kids

    The Fair Grounds Race Course is home to Louisiana Derby and you will find locals rooting for their favourite horses. The place has cash drawing severy hour on Saturdays and this is the peak time to grab a seat to see and feel the energy of the place. Other than horse racing, you can also see Ostrich or Zebra racing here- which is quiet unique to derby racing but is worth the visit. The in-house...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    The Shops At Jax Brewery

    Family and Kids

    The Shops at Jax Brewery used to be a functional brewery from 1891 till the mid 1970s. Today the place accommodates a myriad of shops that add to the shopping streak of New Orleans. The highlight is shopping for tax-free products and getting quiet a bargain on branded goods. The Jax Promenade Balcony offers a stunning view of the Mississippi river and is a famous attraction in itself. The cafes...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Madame John's Legacy

    Family and Kids

    Built on the burnt grounds of a former house, Madame John's Legacy residential house was built in 1788 and is a fine example of classic 18th century Louisiana-Creole architecture and design. The name of the house was inspired from a character of George Washington Cable’s 1874 short story Tite Poulette. The residential complex consists of three parts- the main house, the kitchen and the tw...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Rodrigue Studio

    Family and Kids

    George Rodrigue was a student of art school in Los Angeles and in the 1960’s his only wish was to earn a living out of his paintings. He knocked on many doors but not many galleries (of the few that existed) took his paintings for selling. The artist soon took to an advertisement in the paper and gave his home address for selling paintings. Soon people were floodingthe gallery-house. In h...Read more