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Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium | New Orleans
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Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium | New Orleans
Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, located in the U.S. Custom House on Canal Street, encourages you to use all five senses as you explore North America's largest museum devoted to insects and their relatives. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas | New Orleans
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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas | New Orleans
Our aquarium is home to two Southern sea otters, Buck and Emma, who came from California's Monterey Bay Aquarium in 1999. Found stranded and then rehabilitated by Monterey Bay Aquarium, Buck and Emma were deemed unable to return to the wild. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo
BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo
Baton Rouge’s #1 year-round family attraction is also Louisiana’s largest urban zoo. BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo is one of the nation’s top zoos and is home to animals from around the world displayed in a beautiful 147acre garden-like setting. (Region: Plantation Country)
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Degas’ New Orleans
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Degas’ House New Orleans
Experience the city through the eyes of the artist at the house where he lived and worked. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Whitney Plantation | The Story of Slavery
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Whitney Plantation
The Whitney Plantation is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, on the historic River Road in St. John the Baptist Parish, less than an hour from New Orleans.Today, Whitney Plantation is the only plantation museum in Louisiana dedicated to understanding the facts of slavery. (Region: Plantation Country)
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New Orleans Steamboat Company
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New Orleans Steamboat Company
Cruise back in time aboard the authentic Steamboat NATCHEZ, the ninth in a prestigious line of steamboats dating from the 1880’s. Stop in the main salon to view pictures of her predecessors and their place in history. Today she is the LAST authentic steamboat on the Mississippi River, and still reigns as the winner of all Steamboat Races she has sailed. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Laura: A Creole Plantation
Have your passport ready as you enter the fascinating world of Louisiana’s Creoles who, at this historic site, lived apart from the American mainstream for over 200 years. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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Nottoway Plantation & Resort | White Castle, LA
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Nottoway Plantation & Resort
Nottoway Plantation & Resort, a magnificent 1850's sugarcane estate and AAA Four-Diamond property, is the home of the South's largest existing antebellum mansion, now stunningly restored to her days of glory. (Region: Plantation Country)
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Louisiana Tax Free Shopping
The first tax free shopping program for international visitors to the U.S. is still the most hassle-free and the most unique. Louisiana’s tax free shopping program has been operating since 1989 and it’s no wonder why it’s been so successful. Where else in the world can you buy an alligator head and a Coach bag to carry it home in side-by-side shops? (Region: Statewide Attractions/Services)
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Plantation Parade
Plantation Parade
When visiting New Orleans, it’s important to learn and understand the role and significance of the plantation homes on River Road. Their impact on the city that we see today is momentous because it was the wealthy Sugar Barons that helped build the structures that are now icons in the French Quarter. (Region: Greater New Orleans)
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