Audubon Buttery Fly Gardens and Insectarium

New Orleans has long had a reputation of being full of creepy, crawly things and leave it to this offbeat city to have a Bug Museum dedicated to them. It’s actually called the “Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium” but don’t … Continue reading

Confederacy of Cruiser’s Cocktails in New Orleans BikeTours

Only in New Orleans does a bike tour shop retrofit several of its cruisers with moveable drink holders— the ones you might find swaying back and forth on a small fishing boat!  But there they are, in front of a … Continue reading

New Orleans Summer Fun in July

Despite the heat, New Orleans doesn’t slow down even in the summertime. July is especially packed with events that range from music and cocktail festivals to cultural and patriotic celebrations. Here are a few you won’t want to miss. 2015 … Continue reading

How to Plan a Mardi Gras Vacation

With Mardi Gras just a couple months away, you may be in the planning phases of your trip to New Orleans to celebrate the holiday weekend(s). Mardi Gras is one of the biggest celebrations on the planet, and New Orleans … Continue reading

Unveil Neighborhood History at Tremé Culture Fest

The birthplace of jazz. Home of Congo Square. Home of Mardi Gras Indian culture. Home of the brass band. Oldest African-American neighborhood in the U.S. These are just a few reasons why Tremé is one of the most celebrated neighborhoods … Continue reading