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Closeup of Laura Creole Heritage Site
13 May

Laura Creole Heritage Site

What is Creole? Creole refers to the culture and lifestyle that existed in Louisiana before 1803 when the United States acquired Louisiana through the Louisiana Purchase. Creole dominated the way of life of native Louisianians until the early 20th century and its traditions are still etched into modern-day Louisiana culture. Creole is an amalgamation of […]

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22 April

Mid-City, New Orleans Tours

What is Mid-City? Mid-City is a residential part of New Orleans that boasts some of the best spots in the city. With a mix of green spaces, historic architecture, and even its very own bayou, Mid-City is a unique New Orleans neighborhood with some great hidden gems. In this blog, we take you through the […]

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uptown new orleans st charles streetcar
25 March

An Uptown New Orleans Guide

Life in New Orleans is like a box of Zapp’s potato chips, each neighborhood brings its own unique style and seasoning. Uptown is arguably the most picturesque area of New Orleans, with the beautiful parks, the streetcar line, and the grand mansions that line St. Charles. The neighborhood is a perfect mix of classic New […]

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spooky ghost carrying a lantern
28 February

The Haunting Tales of New Orleans Hotels

Who said haunted houses were saved for Halloween? That’s right, no one, because if they’re haunted, they’re haunted all year round. When it comes to New Orleans, we’ve got deep roots in these fertile sandy loams. With roots comes a wide history of spooky tales carried on through the years that can be heard in […]

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Myrtles Plantation
29 January

Myrtles Plantation: The Ultimate Fact Sheet

For those of you who didn’t grow up in the south, you might have heard of plantations but have not really known how they came about. Originally plantations were farms specializing in cash crops growing things like cotton, cannabis, coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar cane, opium, sisal, oil seeds, oil palms, fruits, and rubber trees. The […]

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Laura Creole Heritage Site

What is Creole? Creole refers to the culture and lifestyle that existed in Louisiana before 1803 when the United States acquired Louisiana through the Louisiana Purchase. Creole dominated the way of life of native Louisianians until the early 20th century and its traditions are still etched into modern-day Louisiana culture. Creole is an amalgamation of […]

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