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Things to do

WWII Museum

945 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130

A short 15 minute walk from the hotel

“Designated by Congress in 2003 as America’s National WWII Museum, the campus includes the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion, showcasing the large artifacts of the war and exhibits on D-Day at Normandy, the Home Front and the Pacific; the Solomon Victory Theater, a 4D theater showing the exclusive Tom Hanks production, Beyond All Boundaries; the Stage Door Canteen, where the music and entertainment of the “Greatest Generation” comes to life; the John E. Kushner Restoration Pavilion, where staff and volunteers restore artifacts in public view; The American Sector restaurant and Soda Shop — delicious onsite dining options; and the new US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center, where exhibits and interactive experiences paint the picture of a nation mobilized for war.”

French Quarter

The French Quarter of New Orleans is located right by our beautiful hotel. This historic part of New Orleans offers countless restaurants, shops, and attractions for you to visit. For more information please see the link below:

The NOLA Tap Room and Brewery

3001 Tchoupitoulas St. | New Orleans, LA 70115

About a 15 min cab drive

“NOLA Brewing is the concept and dream of entrepreneur Kirk Coco. A native New Orleanian, Kirk served 11 years as a Surface Warfare Officer in the U.S. Navy. He was deployed in the Arabian Gulf when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. It was then that he decided to come home, determined to help rebuild and develop commerce in the city post-Katrina. Back in New Orleans, Kirk was visiting with his friend Byron Towles, an avid homebrewer, when the question arose: “Why doesn’t New Orleans, a city full of brewing history, have several great local microbreweries like Portland or Seattle?” From this conversation, NOLA Brewing was born.”

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