Liberty National Convention in the Big Easy is just around the corner. New Orleans is shrouded in history with more than 20 historic districts on the National Register.
Something for Everyone
If you’re into interactive exhibits, visit any of New Orleans’ 45 museums including the National WWII Museum, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Audubon Zoo, Louisiana State Museum, or Audubon Insectarium.
For Convention goers who want to take in culture out on the town, venture to Royal Street, Bourbon Street, Jackson Square, Frenchman Street, Preservation Hall, or the Garden District. Grab a drink at Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, the oldest and most historic tavern in New Orleans, known as a haunt of important NOLA public figures and patrons of the past.
Thrill seekers and tourists interested in the life and legends of New Orleans can visit dozens of cemeteries including Metairie Cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, and Lafayette Cemetery.
Liberty National Observing History
History and culture will surround you in Crescent City, you just have to know where to look for it! Share where you’ll be visiting during #LNLConvention2014 in the comments below.