Things to Do in New Orleans October 2021 collage - Tulane, Adult Halloween and concert
During the dog days of August, many of us long for the cooler temperatures and look forward to an Autumn and Winter mini-festival season in preparation for the big show in February. It’s a great time to visit, with warm, sunny days and cooler nights – a small chance of rain and people ready to Read More »
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Collage of various events in summertime with text - Hot in the City of New Orleans
It’s been a crazy year, with closures and restrictions, but the fests are back and New Orleans is ready to celebrate! If you are thinking of visiting, no need to put it off any longer- we’ve got the wonderful events that NOLA is known for and room at the Inn! Here’s what’s coming up soon: Read More »
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The Crescent City has not been rolling on as usual. During this uncertain and trying time, events have been cancelled, and the streets just have not been full of happy visitors as usual. However, we know that people are ready to get out again, and we are ready to receive you with the same wonderful Read More »
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Mardi Gras is coming! But you all know all about that anyway! Let’s talk about what happens AFTER the big festival – what is there to do in New Orleans in March? Well, let me tell you, it’s a lot! Here are four great things to do after Mardi Gras: 1) AHAVA Festival This is Read More »
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We are very happy to announce that 1896 O’Malley House has won the 2019 Expert’s Choice Award AND their Best of New Orleans Award. “1896 O’Malley House Bed and Breakfast has won a 2019 Experts’ Choice Award, TripExpert announced today. Fewer than 2% of hotels worldwide receive the award. Now in its fourth year, Experts’ Read More »
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We’re going to jump right over Mardi Gras and talk about another uniquely New Orleans festival, the French Quarter Fest. Taking place over April 11-14 in 2019, this event promises the essence of New Orleans culture. The fest has been taking place since 1984, getting bigger and better every year. This 36th anniversary, the work Read More »
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Well, it’s time to start thinking of Fall Things, including Halloween and all the great events surrounding it in New Orleans. We’ve got a ton of things to do, and you’ve got plenty of time to plan a trip down to Southern Louisiana for the festivities! We’ll kick off the month with the Tremé Fall Read More »
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IT’S back to school time and it’s not too early to start dreaming of fall and the lower temperatures that come with it. It might be jumping the gun to say all of that starts with a bang in September, but the weather is a bit more mild, and people get a little more willing Read More »
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The rest of the country is getting ready for the upcoming holiday season. New Orleans, as always, is EXTRA, and while we are also preparing for the holidays, we are also coming into Festival Season. Living in a sub-tropical climate comes to its full advantage in November, as we are looking at temperatures between 55-70 Read More »
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Jazz Fest April 28-May7, 2017 New Orleans
This year’s Jazz Fest, also known by its full name, The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, will be held at the Fair Grounds Race Course on two weekends, April 28-30 and May 4-7. Jazz Fest is the largest and most widely-attended event in New Orleans other than Mardi Gras.  The scope of the fest Read More »
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