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Discover Centuries-Old History with a Family Vacation in New Orleans

Set on the stunning Mississippi River, New Orleans plays host to many families on vacation who come to enjoy Louisiana's southern atmosphere in a vibrant cultural community. New Orleans is famously known for its many entertaining and cultural diversions, which bring together locals and visitors alike.

Family Vacation in New Orleans: Top Accommodations

House Lower Garden District
Sep 1 - Sep 8
$976 per night
House ∙ 22 guests ∙ 9 bedrooms

House in Lower Garden District with Yard, Patio & Pool

4.8
Outstanding (108 ratings)
Lower Garden District, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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House Lower Garden District
Jul 11 - Jul 18
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$616
$132 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Lower Garden District

5.0
Outstanding (10 ratings)
Lower Garden District, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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Bed and breakfast Marigny
Jul 12 - Jul 19
-73%
$633
$173 per night
Bed and breakfast ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Wonderful Bed And Breakfast in Marigny with Pool, Yard & Grill, Near Frenchmen Street

Marigny, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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Must-See Family Attractions in New Orleans

Must-See Family Attractions in New Orleans

Although New Orleans could strike one as more of an adult playground, the Crescent City also provides kid-friendly recreational activities. From water sports and city tours to cultural and entertainment venues, it's no wonder New Orleans is celebrated as a family destination.

  • 1. New Orleans Cemeteries

    Something fascinating about the Cities of the Dead, as these cemeteries are known locally, is that instead of burying dead bodies in the ground, the French settlers entombed them. That's because this allegedly-haunted cemetery is set below sea level. Take a guided tour around the marble tombs and see the final resting places of Civil War Commander P.G. Beauregard and the alleged witch Marie Laveau.

  • 2. New Orleans Museum of Arts

    Opened in 1911, NOMA is the oldest art museum in the city. It started with only nine pieces of art but has grown to a collection of over 40,000 works, with French and American influences. The museum's notable objects include ancient African and Japanese relics, glassware, and photography. Walk around the museum and marvel at beautiful sculptures in an appealing setting.

  • 3. French Quarter

    Dubbed the Crown Treasure of New Orleans, the French Quarter was founded in 1718 and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. You can't miss this neighborhood on your family vacation in New Orleans. Shop at antique stores with items that reflect the deep-rooted Creole culture, dine in centuries-old French restaurants, and see the Lalaurie Mansion, a now-empty supposedly haunted home.

  • 4. Storyland

    This kid's playground is nestled in City Park and features over 20 sculptures of fairytale characters. It's a child's dream come true, as they can climb aboard Captain Hook's ship, run around Jack 'n' Jill's ridge, or jump on the mouth of the whale from Pinocchio. Alternatively, they can enjoy time on the dragon slide, or shed some extra energy running around the well-maintained landscape under live oaks that are over 200 years old.

  • 5. Bayou St. John

    Visiting this vibrant community offers exploring families a chance to see old live oak trees and historic buildings exemplary of this French neighborhood. Rent a bike and ride along Esplanade Ave and see the landmark Creole mansions. While you're here, pop into Le Musée de F.P.C and learn about how Free People of Color shaped the New Orleans community. It also has exhibits and documents detailing the history and culture of African-Americans, starting from 300 years ago.

Best Places to Stay for Family Vacation in New Orleans

House Lower Garden District
Dec 19 - Dec 26
-46%
$616
$330 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Nice Vacation Home in Lower Garden District

5.0
Outstanding (10 ratings)
Lower Garden District, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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Apartment Central Business District
Jul 13 - Jul 20
-76%
$389
$94 per night
Apartment ∙ 12 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Pleasant Apartment in Central Business District with Patio, Close to Preservation Hall

Central Business District, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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Apartment Central Business District
Jun 22 - Jun 29
-78%
$399
$86 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Rental Apartment in Central Business District with Patio, Near Jackson Square

4.6
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Central Business District, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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Information about Family Vacation in New Orleans

😎 Least busy month June
🥳 Busiest month February
🛏️ Popular home types House rental and Apartment rental
🌡️ Hottest months July and August
❄️ Coldest months 42 °F in January and February
🌧️ Rainiest months 12 rainy days in July and August

Frequently Asked Questions

Family Vacation in New Orleans: What is the cost of a stay?

The average cost for a vacation rental in New Orleans is usually between $295 and $1,715 per night.

Family Vacation in New Orleans: are there many vacation rentals available for a group?

in New Orleans, large groups should look for House rental since they usually fit 7 guests.

How many family house rentals are available to rent in New Orleans?

You can find more than 9,828 family-sized homes in New Orleans with nightly prices starting from $80 per night.

Family Vacation in New Orleans: what kinds of vacation rentals are available?

Sure, there are 2,088 House rentals and 779 Apartment rentals available in New Orleans.

How much does a large family house cost to rent in New Orleans?

The price of a large vacation rental in New Orleans can range from $295 and can go up to $1,715 per night during the high season in February.

Do many family home rentals in New Orleans feature a pool?

Absolutely, over 36% of family vacation rentals in New Orleans offer a pool.

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