Mardi Gras is New Orlean’s biggest and most iconic celebration with Fat Tuesday just around the corner on March 5h! Fortunately for visitors, March 5th isn’t the only day the city celebrates. Parades and other events have been happening since January 6th and will continue through the remaining thirteen days where many of the best events happen! Here’s just some ideas the SellMyTimeshareNow.com experts have and think every person should experience during their Mardi Gras vacation:
Start off your Mardi Gras adventure with a trip to Mardi Gras World, a living workshop where visitors can see the many floats created for their parades. You can learn from the experts that help make these parade dreams into a reality, see what it takes to create these moving works of art, and learn more about the history behind this celebration. This warehouse encompasses the spirit behind these traditions and gives tourists an insight to what it takes to make Mardi Gras a success year after year.
After you gain a new appreciation for Mardi Gras float creators, it’s time to fully immerse yourself in the culture by attending some of the many parades on Canal Street leading up to Fat Tuesday, when the city’s largest parade occurs. Between people dancing in the streets, incredibly detailed and colorful floats, live music, and elaborate costumes, you’ll find you’ve never experienced anything quite like these events before. People travel from around the world just to see what it’s like to participate and watch a Mardi Gras parade and it’s no surprise it’s one of the most highly anticipated times of the year. Learn more about the parade schedules and how you can get in on all the fun!
When you’ve had your fill of parade fun, it’s time to head over to Bourbon Street where you’ll see why it’s one of the most famous roads in America. Bourbon Street is packed to the brim with out-of-this-world bars, night clubs, live entertainment, mouth-watering restaurants, famed Mardi Gras beads, and plenty of friendly visitors and locals trying out the many famous cocktails that are served. Trust us when we say there are few places in the world like Bourbon Street and even fewer places like it during Mardi Gras.
In addition to all of the celebrations happening around the city this time of the year, there are New Orlean’s staples you should visit and are available no matter when your vacation is. Jackson Square is a historical park in the French Quarter that’s surrounded with the beautiful old buildings with balconies many often associate with Mardi Gras and often has live musicians, painters, and street performers wandering about. While you’re wondering around, grab one of New Orleans staple foods, beignets! Cafe Beignet and Cafe du Monde are right by Jackson Square and iconic eateries. When you’re ready to walk off those doughnuts, you’ll want to consider a New Orleans cemetery tour, a bayou tour, or explore Frenchmen Street that is lined with great jazz bars and other amazing shops. These places will give you the well rounded Louisiana experience you’ve always wanted!
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