New Orleans, Louisiana
❗ Nonstop service to/from Branson begins August 30th.  Additional routes at FlySilverBKG.com
Famous for its cuisine, music, and annual festivals, New Orleans is the ideal destination for anyone looking to soak in European history and culture. Spanish and French influences come together to provide Old World charm to the largest city in Louisiana. Take in the historic French Quarter or sample classic New Orleans cuisine. Get well off the beaten path and spend some time in the cemeteries—final resting places for the most famous and infamous residents of the Big Easy. Bookend your cemetery visit with 300 years of history, legend and scandal at the Musée Conti Wax Museum. And see it all the Way New Orleans intended: by trolley. New Orleans is so much more than Mardi Gras and Bourbon Street, from cemetery and swamp tours to 5-star dining, this is a city that has it all—and is happy to share.



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Explore
The epicenter of New Orleans, the French Quarter is an obvious stop in your exploration through town. Old World charm and classic French architecture invite tourists to this rich, historical landmark. Fifty percent larger than New York’s Central Park, City Park is an ideal location to take in the warm southern breeze and relax under a historic oak tree. Animal lovers explore Audubon Zoo where they can meet over 2,000 animals. Open year round, this activity is sure to please family members of all ages. New Orleans street cars are the best way to explore the Crescent City. Affordable and reliable, street cars are the preferred mode of transportation while exploring the downtown landscape.


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Offering visitors a unique experience is the Monteleone Hotel Carousel Bar. The Carousel Bar will gently spin its guests as they sip on classic cocktails and take in the vibrant surroundings. The House of Blues is another unique experience offered in New Orleans. The House of Blues prides its self on providing concert goers with an up close and personal experience of their favorite musicians. One Eyed Jacks is a favorite dive bar that resembles an eerie wax museum and always puts on a good show. Known for live entertainment, One Eyed Jacks is the local’s choice for a memorable night out.

Shop

Shop
Magazine Street is the go to location for shopping in New Orleans. With six miles of options, Magazine Street is a terrific place for shopping, dining, and more. The French Market is an open air shopping plaza that features over 200 vendors, selling anything from clothing, souvenirs, to art. Unlike other options in New Orleans, the Shops at Canal Street offer visitors more main stream shopping; including upscale boutiques. While at Canal Street, you can also take in a movie at its popular Theatre at Canal Place.

Feast

Feast
Dining on New Orleans is like no other; offering visitors and locals more than enough variety and options. Before you leave, you have to stop at Cochon for their sweet creations and try some of their homemade boudin, andouille, bacon, and cheese. The Bourbon House Seafood and Oyster Bar is another local favorite for classis New Orleans cuisine. Ask for their outdoor seating and overlook the bustling streets below. If you’re looking to take a break from Creole cuisine, try dining at Sylvain. Housed in a historic New Orleans building, Sylvain is the ideal place for gastro pub style dishes.

How to get here

Nonstop service to/from Branson begins August 30th.  Additional routes at FlySilverBKG.com

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