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1 Take a pilgrimage to Preservation Hall

For a truly unique experience, not much comes close to Preservation Hall. This intimate birthplace of Jazz is about one thing - the music. You can soak up the atmosphere, and make a personal request with a contribution to the hat.

2 Order a drive-through Daquiri

Yes, that's right. You can order cocktails "to go" in New Orleans. Of course, we encourage everyone to do this in moderation.

3 Cool off with a New Orleans snowball

Snowballs are New Orleans' unique take on a cool summer treat. Hansen's Sno-Bliz is one of, if not the, most popular spots to order one. The list of flavors is long - we like chocolate and condensed milk.

4 Tour Longue Vue House and Gardens

A Colonial Revival Estate built by Sears and Roebuck heir Edith Stern, Longue Vue is a must see, and its gardens are a great place to pretend you're a Southern belle.

5 Down a Jacques-Imo's Café po boy

Famous for its fried roast beef po boys and alligator cheesecake, Joaquimo's is right next door to another New Orleans institution - see No. 21

6 Break a sweat at the Maple Leaf

One of the great New Orleans venues for live music, this place gets packed with music lovers every night.