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Most Instagrammable Locations In New Orleans

By DeAnna Taylor

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Welcome to the ‘Big Easy,’ baby! A city that is rich in culture, food, and history, NOLA is every photographer’s dream. If you are headed to New Orleans you don’t want to miss these perfect photo opps around the city.

 

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome: Home of the New Orleans Saints and a host of other events that come to the city.

 

The St. Charles Streetcar: It is one of the city’s main modes of public transportation and worthy of a photo at some point during your stay.

 

Cafe Du Monde: Home of beignets. The most famous location is on Decatur Street in the heart of the French Quarter. You can find 8 locations throughout the city.

 

Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral: Right in the middle of the French Quarter, this area is the site where Louisiana officially became apart of the United States in 1803 via the Louisiana Purchase.

 

The Bywater: An eccentric neighborhood filled with colorful homes and artwork.


 

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The Garden District: This neighborhood is filled with Victorian style homes and mansions complete with large wrap-around balconies.

 

Frenchmen Street: Looking for live bands? This is your spot not only for the live music but the perfect Instagram worthy photo.

 

Frenchmen Art Market: While on Frenchmen Street stop by this market to check out the beautiful hanging lights, eccentric artwork, and grab some unique souvenirs.

 

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Ashley Longshore Gallery: The outspoken artist and owner of this gallery uses fun, bright colors and quirky sayings to draw in her visitors. It’s every art-lovers dream.

 

Studio BE: While New Orleans is a cultural hub for great art, this warehouse turned gallery, captures the black experience like no other. Located in the Bywater, this studio displays works from various black artists.

 

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Bourbon Street: It’s the face of New Orleans and proof that you were actually there. You are sure to spend a lot of your time here so why not take a few photos to commemorate your experience?

 

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.

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