Scope them out all in one day, or tackle them a few at a time: these are the top 10 historic hidden gems in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

Top 10 Historic French Quarter Hidden Gems To Explore in New Orleans

Scope them out all in one day, or tackle them a few at a time: these are the top 10 historic hidden gems in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Why haven't I visited here?

Court of the Two Sisters, NOLA. www.courtoftwosisters.com I really want to go to a jazz brunch there!

in case someone didn't believe the fountained fairy-lit courtyard bit - Court of the Two Sisters again :) New Orleans, Rue Royal.entrance on Bourbon Street, too, but Rue Royal is much better.

Discover top tourist attractions in New Orleans! From steamboat rides to the French Quarter to live jazz, New Orleans has it all!

Top 14 Tourist Attractions in New Orleans: A First-Timer’s Guide to the Big Easy

Discover top tourist attractions in New Orleans! From steamboat rides to the French Quarter to live jazz, New Orleans has it all! - Click the link to see the newly released collections for amazing beach bikinis!

This travel guide to New Orleans' best bars takes you from Bourbon St through the French Quarter and beyond. This is the ultimate New Orleans bar crawl.

New Orleans Best Bars

This travel guide to New Orleans' best bars takes you from Bourbon Street through the French Quarter and beyond. Consider this the ultimate New Orleans bar crawl for Mardi Gras or anytime.

The Saint Louis Cathedral is the oldest Cathedral in North America, founded as a Catholic Parish in 1720 along the Banks of the Mississippi River in New Orleans.

Louis Cathedral - New Orleans, Louisiana - French Classicist architecture - flanked on each side by the Cabildo (former Spanish administration bldg) & the Presbytere (former city court house) both now museums - (image by Jon Armstrong)

Alley

Pirates' Alley in New Orleans was the home of American Nobel/Pulitzer laureate novelist, William Faulkner. The St. Louis Cathedral is on the left and the alley opens up to Jackson Square. French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA see the floor tiles?

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