If you have a. family full of thrill-seekers, history buffs or art lovers, then New Orleans has something for you, This city will not leave you bored.
* At the world-class Audubon Zoo, you can go on an African “safari,” watch wild animals or hold a butterfly on the tip of your finger.
* The Aquarium of the Americas has an amazing display of sea life. Visitors can tour a rainforest, watch penguins play or visit an aquatic petting zoo. If amphibians or on your list then check out , “Frogs,” This activity has 30 different species of frogs from all over the world.
* The Louisiana Children’s Museum is full of science, art and educational fun for children up to age 12. Kids will find hands-on exhibits that will expand their minds and bring laughter to their hearts.
* The historic French Quarter features the Cabildo, the state’s most important historical building. Owned by the Louisiana State Museum, this is where the Louisiana Purchase was signed. The site houses intriguing historical artifacts, such as Napoleon’s death mask. Walk or take a horse-drawn carriage through the French Quarter and experience the art, architecture and history that makes this neighborhood unique.
Once the newest Six Flags today it is a place that has been abandoned. You can still go see the rides but you cannot use them. Movies have been filmed here and some you may recognize the scenes. These are well known. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Jurassic World,
* For an unforgettable adventure, take your kids on a Swamp Tour, where alligators swim right up to your boat. While gliding through the swamps, you also will see a unique ecosystem and learn the importance of the coastal wetlands. You will see these animals as well -over 200 species of birds, wild pigs, raccoons and so much more.
* During downtime, ride the new Canal Streetcar. The bright red streetcar is air-conditioned, handicapped accessible and rumbles all the way from the Mississippi River to City Park.