Going Solo
Going Solo in NOLA
Travel on your own in one of America’s friendliest cities.

Join a walking cemetery tour of New Orleans’ above-ground historic cemeteries, home to everyone from famed musicians to voodoo queens. In this city, even the not-so-famous celebrate the afterlife memorably.

New Orleans, LA

Head uptown to the eclectic world of Magazine Street and its more than six miles of shops, restaurants and sights. Celebrate your new purchases in an outdoor café with glass of wine or cup of coffee and chicory.

New Orleans, LA

The Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro on Frenchmen Street is well-known among Jazz aficionados for its quality acts. Grab dinner in the dining room or a drink in the bar before savoring world-class tunes in the music room.

626 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, LA 70116
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Experience the beauty of New Orleans aboard the oldest continuously operating streetcar line in the world. Board near the French Quarter and enjoy the oak-lined ride on the St. Charles Streetcar past stately homes, Loyola and Tulane Universities and Audubon Park.

New Orleans, LA

Worth the wait, Jacques-Imo's delights diners with a menu full of vibrant Creole flavors. Try the deep-fried roast beef po’boy, the fried green tomatoes with shrimp remoulade or the much-celebrated shrimp and alligator sausage cheesecake.

8324 Oak St., New Orleans, LA 70118

For the kid in all of us, the National World War II Museum brings to life one of the most influential events in modern history. Start with the 4D movie, "Beyond All Boundaries," then lose yourself in sweeping, detailed exhibits that examine every aspect of the war.

945 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130
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Marie Laveau

When you hear tales of spirits, ghosts, voodoo and New Orleans, Marie Laveau's name is almost always part of the conversation. Make her tomb a must-stop on your next tour in New Orleans!