New Orleans Neighborhood Map
New Orleans Neighborhood Map
New Orleans Neighborhoods

Neighborhood Guide

Here we are. Come explore. Our city has some of the most interesting architecture, food and entertainment in the world – dispersed through our many diverse neighborhoods. Explore as many as you can and learn what makes New Orleans so especially New Orleans. Here is a guide to what to see and do all over town.

  • Often called the Crown Jewel of New Orleans, the French Quarter is one of NOLA's most historic neighborhoods. But you'll find plenty of new mixed in with the old. There’s a reimagined...
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  • Beginning development in the early 19th century, Uptown along with the Garden District is a historical melting pot.
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  • In a city of exotic names, the historic neighborhood of Algiers stands apart. Literally. It sits across the Mississippi River, connected to downtown by a ferry line – one of the nation’s...
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  • A place of pride and refuge for New Orleans’ free people of color who could buy property here, the Faubourg Treme – as far back as its founding in the 18th Century – served as...
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  • North of the noise and saturated color of the Quarter is a New Orleans neighborhood that’s perfected the art of living. It’s the kind of place where your auto mechanic invites you to...
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  • Location. Location. Location. Real estate’s mantra was never more appropriate when it comes to New Orleans’ Lakeview neighborhood – blessed as it is with a backyard featuring both...
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  • Vital and alive, the Warehouse District glows like those old school Edison light bulbs. Delight in the art on its walls and celebrate the life in its streets.
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  • Pour over coffee. Modern dance performances. Instagram celebrities. These days visitors can’t get enough of these two neighborhoods, but the real draw are their indomitable New Orleans souls,...
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  • New Orleans East is the New Orleans few know, but many should. Both history and home, New Orleans East is a place to explore.
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  • It’s no news to us, but Downtown and the Central Business District (CBD) may be news to you.
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  •  Esplanade Ridge residential area has lovely homes, neighborhood shops and eateries.
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  • The gateway to New Orleans for many travelers is Kenner, which contains the New Orleans International Airport (MSY), about 20 minutes from downtown New Orleans. Metairie gets to play home to a couple...
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  • Why is it called Westbank when the area lies east of the main part of the city? That's because it actually resides on the western bank of the Mississippi River. The area is heavily residential but...
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