Jazz, Gumbo, and Absinthe In The Home of Mardi Gras

While New Orleans and Mardi Gras may come first to mind, Louisiana is a state with a unique and distinctly American culture. A collision of cultures in colonial Louisiana resulted in the Creole community whose unique cuisine, music, and architecture remains today. The states extended southern border along the Gulf of Mexico and winding waterways also makes it an excellent destination of seafood and water sports.

Things To See In Louisiana

Wander down Bourbon Street.

Fill your belly with local gumbo.

Listen to jazz at Preservation Hall.

See the green fairy at Jean Lafitte's Old Absinthe House

Sample boudin and cracklings

Fill your heroine prescription at the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

Have a cafe au latte & beignets at Cafe Du Monde

Visiting Parks In Louisiana

Visiting Parks In Louisiana

Hiking In Louisiana

Hiking In Louisiana

Camping In Louisiana

Camping In Louisiana

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