The Top 5 Breweries You Can Find in New Orleans

New Orleans Brewery

If you are a lover of good beer then you probably like to know where the best local breweries are. New Orleans has a lot to offer, but not all of the breweries can be the best. These are our top 5 picks of breweries in the New Orleans area. Be sure to try them… Read more »

Free Days at New Orleans Museums

Free Museum Admission New Orleans Louisiana

There are plenty of free days for many of the different New Orleans art museums. The following information will explain when those free days take place at some of the major museums within the city. They will also provide information about what a person can do to take advantage of those free days. Free Days… Read more »

The Top Christmas Events During December in New Orleans

New Orleans

This December, New Orleans is putting on a long list of Christmas events for the community to come out and enjoy. All month long, take advantage of the opportunity to meet other citizens in your community. Prepare for Christmas together as you take part in all the community events New Orleans has to offer. Algiers… Read more »

Exploring the Gretna Historic District

St Joseph Church in Gretna New Orleans Louisiana

When a person is visiting the Gretna Historic District there is a lot to do and see. In addition to learning something a person can participate in a number of fun activities. Kittie Strehle Home This home was built is 1845 . Miss Kittie was the youngest of the Strehle daughter. She was a dedicated… Read more »

Louisiana Tours that You’ll Never Forget

Livery Tours Cemetery and French Quarter Tour

Louisiana is a culturally diverse state with lots of history. Exploring the state on a tour is a fun way to celebrate what makes Louisiana unique. Ghost Tours While we will let you decide if ghosts are real or part of an overactive imagination, consider taking a Louisiana ghost tours. Some of the most popular… Read more »

Then & Now: Louisiana 50 Years Ago

Shreveport Louisiana 1960

Louisiana is the 18th of all 50 states. Baton Rouge is the capital of this southern regional state. It’s bordered by Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico, and Mississippi. New Orleans is best known for their annual Mardi Gras celebration. Louisiana has come a long way in 50 years. Louisiana 1966 The city of New Orleans was… Read more »

Explore Louisiana’s Strangest Roadside Attractions

Louisiana's Strangest Roadside Attractions

If you have ever driven along Louisiana highways, then you already know that there are some very unusual places to get out and stretch your legs. These roadside attractions might take just a few minutes to look at, but it is often time well spent. If you are on a new highway or passing through… Read more »