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1 Suck on a crawfish head

You can't say you've done New Orleans without mastering the art of eating crawfish. Order a pound of boiled crawfish at Acme Oyster then get down to business.

2 See an albino alligator

The Aquarium has a 350,000 gallon tank teeming with sharks, tarpin, sea turtles, and sawfish - and a rare albino alligator that you have to see with your own eyes.

3 Dance with the band at Rock-N-Bowl

Almost every night a different live band plays at Rock-N-Bowl. Just don't drop a bowling ball on your toes while you swing your partner to Zydeco, R&B, or Rock.

4 Go antiquing on Magazine Street

Magazine Street has some great antique stores for all sorts of plantation and early New Orleans styles, as well as other European and American classics. It's a great place to spend a few leisurely hours.

5 Explore Oak Alley Plantation

If you really want the Anne Rice effect, take a trip out to Oak Alley Plantation to stroll under the 300 year old oak trees that provided the setting for the movie Interview with a Vampire.

6 Go to Jazzfest

An incredible 10 days of music and culture. Too many big names to mention. Incredible food. Enough culture to last you a whole year.