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

Fall is a Perfect Time to Visit New Orleans

In New Orleans, fall is the favorite time of year for many locals and visitors alike. The sweltering heat and humidity of the summer gradually, and then suddenly, give way to the crisp air and cool breezes of the autumn … Continue reading

A Tour of the New Orleans St. Charles Streetcar Line

Day by day, the St. Charles Streetcar whirrs and clanks down the tracks, pervading the soundscape of Uptown. Like the New York City subway, the streetcar’s distinct rumble and brakes can be heard from several blocks away. The oldest operating … Continue reading

Audubon Zoo – a Popular New Orleans’ Attraction

The Audubon Zoo is one of the cities most popular attractions . Named after John James Audubon, French naturalist and New Orleans resident in the early 1800s, the zoo sits on nearly 60 acres of land in the Uptown area … Continue reading