Frenchmen Street, where you can hear quality jazz musicians performing traditional music, is the perfect place.
Bourbon Street, one of the most popular areas for people to gather, is packed. But the French Quarter itself is always crowded.
It includes the Riverboat Docks, the Moon Walk promenade, the Millhouse, and many other shops.
Don Andres Almonester de Roxas, an American who donated money to rebuild New Orleans from the aftermath of the second great flood, built the church.
Although the National WWII Museum focuses on D-Day, it has become a Smithsonian Institution affiliate.