Explore art, gardens, cemeteries, and more throughout the Lakefront area.
The lakefront, an intersection of sky, shore and water, is dotted with seafood restaurants, sailboats and marinas. This neighborhood is nestled beside City Park, so you can wander the paths of the Besthoff Sculpture Garden, part of the New Orleans Museum of Art, or visit Storyland, a beloved family amusement park. Lakeview’s Harrison Avenue bustles with an assortment of stylish stores and restaurants featuring fare from burgers to burritos. The mood is carefree and casual, friendly, fun and pure New Orleans.
Although the New Basin Canal came about in the 19th century in New Orleans’ Lakeview neighborhood, the area was mostly underdeveloped swamp-land until the 20th century. But due to its...See More
Named for its close proximity to Lake Pontchartrain, Lakeview is a homey residential neighborhood filled with framed cottages and ranch-style homes with waterfront views typical of 20th century...See More
Lakeview is a quick 15-minute car ride from the Downtown New Orleans. If you choose to drive to the neighborhood, plenty of free public street parking and parking lots are available. No car? No...See More