The number of New Orleans tourist attractions is limited only by what you might consider a tourist attraction. For me the smell of coffee from cafe’ du Monde early in the morning, or the feeling of the fog as it envelops you at night in the French Quarter on a chilly fall evening, or the shadows of some of the oldest buildings in America slowly moving across Jackson square on a bright sunlit afternoon, keep me coming back to New Orleans more than Bourbon Street or daiquiris at Pat O’Brian’s. Still if it’s more typical tourist attractions your looking for, not to worry. New Orleans is one of the most exciting and culturally rich cities you could hope to find. And when it comes to things to do in New Orleans, well, your not likely to run out anytime soon. From our world renowned restaurants, and a nightlife scene that has to be seen to be believed, to our paddle wheel tour boats on the Mississippi river and our mule carriage tours of the French Quarter. New Orleans abounds in photo op tourist attractions. We’ve got a world class zoo and Aquarium, we’ve got festivals for anything you might think of, and then we do Jazzfest and Mardi Gras just to show the world how to throw a party. We’ve got cemeteries so cool that tourists tromp through them by the thousands, and food so good, some people come fly thousands of miles just to come here and eat. We’ve got people so friendly you’ll never forget them, and jazz bands so good you might want to never leave! So if your coming down to New Orleans check out the New Orleans tourist attractions but just remember, when you get back home: you’re going to know what it means, to miss New Orleans.