From boutiques to historical landmarks, Convention-qualifying Liberty National Agents can see it all in the French Quarter district of New Orleans. The French Quarter is a National Historic Landmark and is the oldest neighborhood in the city. The architecture of many of the Quarter’s buildings is Spanish- influenced, and the neighborhood was historically the center of New Orleans.

What to Expect

Liberty National in the French QuarterThroughout the neighborhood you’ll find some of New Orleans’ most popular restaurants including Café Du Monde, known for its delicious beignets. Visitors to the French Quarter looking for a hurricane drink or traditional Louisiana foods can also find the famous Antoine’s and Brennan’s.

As you stroll the streets, there’s something to see every moment! You might catch an impromptu hip-hop performance, see locals dressed as historical and popular characters, horse-drawn carriages, palm and tarot card readers, or live jazz bands. Want to buy unique art from a local painter or artist? All along the gates in front of Saint Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square you’ll find various forms of art crafted by local artists.

Bar-hop on Bourbon Street or grab some authentic Cajun food. Jump on a hop-on hop-off double decker bus tour, take a historical ghost tour, visit a famous graveyard, stroll the gardens of Jackson Square, and more.

Liberty National Convention

Don’t miss out! Make sure you qualify for #LNLConvention2014 in New Orleans in order to enjoy the trip of a lifetime. What do you want to do first in the French Quarter?

*neworleanscvb.com, 2013