Gotta take the green line car and go see the garden district. For $2.50 one person can ride the whole route and back. Bountiful part of town.
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The homes are beautiful but the tour was a bit boring. Overall it doesn’t seem as extensive as you’d think. If you’re going you should book brunch at Commander’s palace (we didn’t realize how close it was and wish we planned that).
We decided to take a drive through this district one afternoon. It's so beautiful! Doesn't take long if you have your own car. The homes are amazing. Very different from the French Quarter. If you love beautiful homes - this is a must see.
This beautiful section of New Orleans is where I always stay due to the flexibility of transportation offered by the streetcar to restaurants nearby. It is a quiet neighborhood away from the crowds on Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. For a reasonable $1.25 one-way...More
Our review should/could be higher, if we had planned better. We went solo without sufficient research so were at the mercy of a self guided "walking tour" on my cell phone. Better research would probably have moved this up our list of experiences.
This district has some beautiful streets with beautiful houses. It is a very relaxed neighborhood wirh a lot of vegetation. Each street has special old houses with beautiful architecture. A must when visiting New Orleans.
This is likely to become very delightful and important point of your visit to New Orleans. Garden District should not be missed. It is accessible by trolley and traveling here feels like an adventure.The best way to visit it is to take a self guided...More
This is the most lavish housing estate the New Port of the South. Be sure to take a tour guide so you can understand the history and the reasons for some of the strange architecture
Beautiful stately historic homes with charm. I took a guided bicycle tour thru Free Wheelin bike tours. Good times.