Discover a goldmine of exciting things to do with top-rated Magazine Street tours and tickets bookable on isango at the best prices! While most travelers love hanging out in the French Quarter, there’s more to New Orleans than just that. Explore top attractions on the most vibrant thoroughfare of the Big Easy, like the National WWII Museum, Audubon Zoo, Mardi Gras World, and Audubon Park. Enjoy retail therapy and window shopping at the multiple stores and boutiques, sample global cuisine, drop by some of the finest bars in New Orleans, check out the city’s best art galleries in the Warehouse District, and be right where all the action is! Book the most popular Magazine Street tours and experience online and enjoy the best deals and discounts!
Don’t limit your nights out to the standard Friday and Saturday, there’s more things to do in New Orleans on a weeknight than on a weekend in a city with ten times the population. Head out Monday to Thursday for a more authentic night here.
New Orleans is known for its hot and sticky weather, so if you’re visiting in summer, prepare wisely by carrying an umbrella, slathering on loads of sunscreen, and carrying bottled water with you.
Check out the local shops, independent boutiques and jewelry stores on Magazine Street. Admire the Greek Revival-style buildings and the Victorian cottages that invite passersby to stop in and browse the local fare.
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Best time to visit
The south is known for its heat and humidity, but plan your visit anytime between February to May and you’re likely to enjoy a more pleasant weather. But if the Mardi Gras celebrations are not really your thing, you can also schedule your visit in January and February when the crowds are lesser.
Catch the #11 Magazine Street Bus at the corner of Canal Street and Magazine Street (at the corner of the Sheraton Hotel) if you are coming from the French Quarter. Getting around Magazine Street is not a problem at all as you can get cabs easily, rent cars, or simply stroll down the streets and soak in the vibe.
Money saving tips
Low seasons are the best time to travel if you are a budget traveler. Instead of hailing cabs, explore Magazine Street by public transport to save a significant amount of money on travel.
Drink prices in New Orleans can be quite heavy on the pocket. Seek out happy hour deals and half price dishes when eating out.
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Cool Magazine Street facts to whet your appetite!
Other than the traditional Cajun and Creole fare, local eateries on Magazine Street also serve Israeli, Thai, Indian and Italian. So be open to experimenting and trying new dishes.
Magazine Street stretches six miles, parallel to the Mississippi River from Canal Street to Audubon Park and from the Central Business District and the Warehouse Arts District through the Garden District and Uptown.
Top attractions in New Orleans like the National WWII Museum and the Audubon Zoo are located on this street. So whether its attractions, boutiques, eateries or parks, Magazine Street has it all!