Best Photo Spots in New Orleans

Kiersten Rich

Welcome to the weird, wonderful, and truly one-of-a-kind streets of the Big Easy. Even if you’ve been all over the United States, you’ve never been anywhere quite like New Orleans before. Often lost in the so-called flyover country, Louisiana is an undiscovered gem for countless tourists.

Best Photo Spots in New Orleans

By Kiersten Rich
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Welcome to the weird, wonderful, and truly one-of-a-kind streets of the Big Easy. Even if you’ve been all over the United States, you’ve never been anywhere quite like New Orleans before. Often lost in the so-called flyover country, Louisiana is an undiscovered gem for countless tourists.
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  • Carousel Bar
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    • theblondeabroad Located inside the Hotel Monteleone on Royal Street in the French Quarter, this bar slowly rotates as you sit at the counter!

         
  • Saint Louis Cemetery No. 2
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    • theblondeabroad If you’re looking for an iconic cemetery, you can miss the St. Louis cemeteries — book a tour to admire the amazing architecture and stained glass mausoleums.

         
  • St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
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    • theblondeabroad If you’re looking for an iconic cemetery, you can miss the St. Louis cemeteries — book a tour to admire the amazing architecture and stained glass mausoleums.

         
  • Streetcar Cafe
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    • theblondeabroad Running since 1835, the oldest continuously operating streetcar line runs past beautiful spots like the Garden District.

         
  • Royal Street
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    • theblondeabroad Royal St in the French Quarter is known for its iconic balconies and street musicians. Take a stroll and take in the iconic architectural styles.

         
  • Shops of the Colonnade - French Market
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    • theblondeabroad One of the oldest open air markets in the US, you can shop and eat to your heart’s content here.

         
  • Frenchmen Street
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    • theblondeabroad Frenchman Street is where the artsy scene is in NOLA — it’s filled with musicians, brightly painted buildings, artists and sidewalk cafes.

         
  • Commander's Palace
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    • theblondeabroad The teal and white striped exterior can’t be missed! The Commander’s Palace is a iconic NOLA destination and known for their over-the-top jazz brunches.

         
  • Garden District
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    • theblondeabroad The Garden District has the most beautiful homes in NOLA, and one of the most famous old cemeteries in the city — Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. Walk through the neighborhood to experience the opulent and ornate mansions!

         
  • Cafe Du Monde French Market
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    • theblondeabroad Cafe Du Monde is THE place in NOLA for beignets and chicory coffee — it’s open 24 hours day/7 days a week!

         
  • Jackson Square
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    • theblondeabroad This historic park is located in the French Quarter and features the beautiful St. Louis Cathedral and the Cabildo — a stunning piece of architecture! Plus, you’ll find Cafe’ Du Monde right next to the park too.