A 17-minute drive or 45-minute tram ride gets you from Tulane University to New Orleans's lively French Quarter. Known for its culture, jazz clubs, and live street performers, this historic district is also home to modern boutiques, a market, and famous Bourbon Street.
Ride the train for 30 minutes from Tulane University to the Arts District, a vibrant area that welcomes young artists and professionals in the heart of New Orleans. Visit the National World War II Museum, or explore galleries featuring visual, culinary, and musical arts. The first Saturday of every month brings new art performances and gallery openings, and in October, the New Orleans Film Festival offers a diverse lineup of creations.
Located in the center of Tulane's uptown campus, the Newcomb Art Museum was formerly a university, and the first college to grant degrees to women in America. Now, the free-entry museum exhibits work by a range of artists, from international creatives to former students. Be sure to check out this space when staying at accommodations near Tulane University.