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From the Parties and Clubs of Bourbon St.
To the Serenity of St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square
Fun on Bourbon Street
This epicenter of retail, souvenirs, and fresh produce has graced the edges of the French Quarter for over two centuries, and continues to delight visitors and host festivities.
Don’t miss market celebrations such as the Creole Tomato Festival, or check out what’s happening anytime at the New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park.
No matter when you’re in town, there’s always something to do, and something to take home, at the French Market. With Best Western hotels in New Orleans, Harvey and Metairie, you can take your new finds to your comfortable room anywhere in town.
An icon of the French Quarter, Jackson Square sits in the heart of New Orleans across from the Mississippi River. Formerly known as Place d'Armes, Jackson Square became a National Historic Landmark in 1960, and is currently a hub for art, theater and shopping.
Say hello to the many Jackson Square artists, vendors and performers and get your palm read, enjoy the live music and routines of the street performers, or take home a beautiful piece of art from the heart of New Orleans.
Jackson Square neighbors the stunning St. Louis Cathedral, yet another landmark of Crescent City. One of the oldest churches in the country, the St. Louis Cathedral originated in the early 1700s and is currently open to the public. Step inside and take a look around. Admire the beautiful artwork of the ceiling, visit the gift shop, or take a tour of the cathedral and the Old Ursuline Convent.
It’s no question the best nightspots in town are on Bourbon Street. Any night of the week, residents and visitors find themselves pouring into the streets of the French Quarter – looking for music, dancing, karaoke and, of course, some adult refreshments.
Happy hour at the world-famous Cat’s Meow starts at 4 p.m., and ends with an all-inclusive round of Catskaraoke. Pack yourself on the balcony for an amazing view of the street, right in the middle of the party at Bourbon Street and St. Peter Street. Across the intersection is Krazy Korner, home of the Bourbon Balcony Bash during Mardi Gras.
Party until you can’t party no more, and spend the night at the Best Western hotel in the French Quarter. Found three blocks from Bourbon Street neighboring Louis Armstrong Park, this Best Western hotel in New Orleans grants guests convenient access to the sights and sounds – albeit karaoke – of the French Quarter.
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