Many tourists avoid New Orleans during the hotter and more humid months. That’s why visiting in November is a great idea. We’ve got plenty of options for activities to do outside. See you in the Big Easy!
If you’re feeling like knowing what 2023 beholds, get a tarot reading at any of these spots in New Orleans.
7. Don’t miss the Bayou Classic
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with this staple sporting event. It’s an annual match between Grambling State University and Southern University in Baton Rouge. In addition to the game, there’s a Battle of the Bands competition and a Bayou Classic Parade.
Here are 5 of our favorite sports bars in NOLA for catching every game, no matter what sport it may be:
- Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux
- Cooter Brown’s Tavern & Oyster Bar
- Bruno’s Tavern
13. Get in the holiday spirit with Celebration in the Oaks
You can drive through City Park’s famous oaks which will be decorated with over a million twinkling lights and light displays. There’s also a Carousel Gardens Experience, featuring 18 rides and an outdoor bar in the Botanical Garden. The attraction opened yesterday!
14. Take a picture next to the Christmas tree at Jackson Square
Jackson Square is decorated yearly with holiday lights and a huge Christmas tree. Throughout the month of December, there is free caroling, Christmas concerts, and other amazing events that will get you into the right spirit.
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