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Take time to explore the Warehouse District and discover the amazing art of New Orleans! We were in New Orleans on a rainy day and made our way through more than 10 different galleries with highest quality arts in all mediums.
We used to stay and play in the French Quarter. Not any more! Our recent visit was for five days. We spent a total of less than two hours in the Quarter. All of the trendy and new restaurants and hotels are in the Warehouse...More
The warehouse district is a mix of residential housing and converted warehousing, including museums, galleries, and dining. Emeril has several of his restaurants here including Emeril New Orleans and Meril but other than that and other establishments with French names you could just as well...More
We used to stay in the French Quarter when visiting NOLA. Since we discovered the Warehouse District, we don't consider staying anywhere else. This area offers a variety of hotels, restaurants, and bars. It is a totally different experience from the Quarter. We do want...More
The old name for this district. Be sure to watch your wallet and try not to get mugged in the late hours of the night or early morning. It isn't the tourist destination you had hoped for. Do some research regarding how much crime is...More
The Warehouse District, which is bordered on the south by the New Orleans Convention Center, is an older industrial area of converted brick warehouses now occupied by hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries and eclectic boutiques. The famous National WWII Museum and Ogden Museum of Southern...More
This was my fourth visit to NOLA, but I haven't been here since 2002. My wife and I poked around the various galleries on Julia St., which I'd never done before, and we had a great time. There was a wide variety of styles and...More
AWESOME place to visit and it does not have to be during MARDI GRAS. be aware of the weather for when you choose to go visit. It gets really hot and humid during certain times of the months. There are months that are comfortable during...More
Once a thriving industrial zone, today this district is home to a buzzing arts scene with an amazing assortment of galleries, boutiques, and studios having moved in and set up shop throughout the disused warehouses for which the area is so well known. Much of the art you'll come across here is local in scope, ownership and inspiration. However, among the many old brick warehouses are modern structures of steel and
glass housing large-scale cultural institutions of national prominence such as the National World War II Museum, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Just as eye catching as what’s on view inside the galleries and museums is the chance to see your ship come in at the Julia Street Cruise Terminal, which serves as a wistful reminder of the city’s historic maritime prominence.