4th of July in New Orleans
Celebrate the 4th of July in New Orleans!
4th of July is just around the corner, have you made your plans yet? Come celebrate our nation’s independence in one of the oldest cities in the U.S.! In New Orleans, we love to celebrate in style, and the Fourth of July is no different! You can walk from our doors down to the riverfront and view a spectacular fireworks display launched from dueling barges on the Mississippi River. It’s a fantastic display that’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Spend the rest of your 4th of July in New Orleans trip celebrating with the family at many of the family-friendly attractions right outside our doors!
Go Fourth on the River
Every year, New Orleans goes all out with a fireworks display that begins at 9:00pm on Friday, July 4th and usually lasts 15-20 minutes. The fireworks show has been one of the top rated fireworks displays in the country. It can be viewed from either side of the river. For optimal viewing on the French Quarter side, head to Woldenberg Park. To view the fireworks with the stunning New Orleans skyline in the background, hop on the Canal Street Ferry and find a spot along the levee in Algiers Point! This is truly a spectacular event, not to be missed.
Heading to 4th of July in New Orleans with your family in tow? Audubon Institute is offering discounts on all its downtown attractions which includes the Aquarium of the Americas at Woldenberg Park and the Audubon Insectarium on Canal Street. From Thursday, July 3rd through Sunday, July 6th, enjoy a special offer of $4 off any single adult or child admission!
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