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  • VISIT THE BEST New Orleans Attractions

    for ONE low price!

    VISIT THE BEST New Orleans Attractions

    for ONE low price!

    Terms & Conditions New Orleans Power Pass has done its best to ensure the accuracy of the information about the attractions described on our web site and in our guides. However, conditions at these attractions may change at any time. We cannot guarantee that each facility will continue to honor its indicated commitments at the time you make use of your card.

    We will make reasonable efforts to resolve any problems that are brought to our attention, but we cannot be liable for any loss, expense, damage or other inconvenience caused in any way by reliance upon the information contained on our web site or in our guides.

    We have taken all reasonable care to ensure that only reputable facilities of good standing are part of our programs. However, we shall not be liable for any deficiencies in service, problems with admission, public health violations, safety problems or personal injury that should arise at any listed attraction. Card users recognize and accept that they visit any particular facility voluntarily and entirely at their own risk. New Orleans Power Pass is not in any way responsible for site conditions or third party acts or omissions at any particular facility. Any and all claims for redress must be made directly to the facility.

    Each card is valid for a definitive time period, between one and five consecutive calendar days. Where indicated, certain offers may be limited in availability during this time. For instance, some offers may be for specific times of day, as determined by the offering facility. In addition, operating hours may fluctuate at some venues, and card holders are advised to verify current hours of operation prior to visiting.

    New Orleans Power Pass cards are non-transferable and non-refundable, and they cannot be replaced if lost or stolen. If you use your card improperly, including transferring it to others, you agree to indemnify New Orleans Power Pass for any damages suffered as a result of such misuse. Unless otherwise noted, a card may only be used once at each venue in any given day.

    Participants and operating schedules subject to change. Please check www.neworleanspass.com or call 800-490-9330 for updates. When you purchase one of our cards, you are accepting the above terms and conditions. New Orleans Pass is a registered trademark

    The New Orleans Power Pass includes admission to some of the most popular paid attractions and tours in New Orleans. The city is also home to a number of great attractions and sites that don’t charge admission. So while you won’t need your Power Pass to get in, you may enjoy spending time exploring the following locations:

    Bourbon Street Bourbon street is a famous and historic street that runs the length of the French Quarter. When founded in 1718, the city was originally centered around the French Quarter. New Orleans has since expanded, but “The Quarter” remains the cultural hub, and Bourbon Street is the street best known by visitors. The street is home to many bars, restaurants, clubs, as well as t-shirt and souvenir shops. Bourbon Street is alive both day and night, particularly during the French Quarter’s many festivals - the most popular of these being Mardi Gras, when Bourbon Street teems with hundreds of thousands of tourists.

    St Louis Cathedral/Jackson Square Perhaps the most recognized landmark in New Orleans, St. Louis Cathedral is the centerpiece of Jackson Square, its’ prominence indicative of the Catholic roots of New Orleans. The cathedral has a great deal of historical significance - it is the oldest continually operating cathedral in the US and Andrew Jackson supposedly laid down his sword on the altar in thanks for his victory in the battle of New Orleans. Pope John Paul II also has made a visit here. The cathedral is open to visitors hours vary depending on services.

    French Market The French Market is a market and series of commercial buildings in the French Quarter. It stretches just inland from the Mississippi River in the section of the French Quarter downriver from Jackson Square, with the famous Café du Monde at the upriver end, down to the flea market stalls across from the New Orleans Mint building. While part of this space has been dedicated as a market since 1791, the oldest structures in the market date to about 1813. The flea market is especially busy on weekends. Free musical events are often given in the French Market. The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park office and visitor’s center is in the French Market.

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    The New Orleans Power Pass provides free, instant access to dozens of exciting New Orleans attractions, tours, museums and restaurants.

    Only the New Orleans Power Pass allows you to experience so much at such a tremendous value!

    Your passes are good for consecutive days only and are activated at the first location you visit.

    For more information, please visit www.neworleanspass.com or call 1.800.490.9330

    www.neworleanspass.com 1-800-490-9330 Please review guide for ticket pick up locations as some tickets cannot be picked up at attraction.

    Your passes are good for consecutive days only and are activated at the first location you visit.

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    updates, please visit: www.neworleanspass.com blog.neworleanspass.com

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    New Orleans FREE Attractions and Sites

  • SP I-10 to LaPlace Exit 206 (Belle Terre) to Hwy. 3188. Right on Hwy. 61 (Airline Hwy.). North on Hwy. 61 to 6th red light to Hwy. 637. South on Hwy 637 to Hwy. 44 (River Rd) turn right. San Francisco Plantation is approximately 2 miles upriver. 888-322-1756 • • • • Description: San Francisco Plantation, sits in a stately manner on the east bank of the Great Mississippi River less than 40 minutes from New Orleans or Baton Rouge, Louisiana near the small, historic town of Garyville, in St. John the Baptist Parish. It is a galleried house of the Creole open suite style. The house is nestled under centuries old Live Oaks and contains one of the finest antique collections in the country.

    What’s Included: Free admission to San Francisco Plantation. Transportation not included.

    San Francisco Plantation

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    1 Collins Diboll Circle. City Park 504-488-2631 • • • • • • Hours: Tues- Sun 10am - 5pm; On Fridays the museum stays open until 9 pm for “Where Y’Art?” after-hours fun. Closed holidays. Description: Experience a world of art from every century and every culture at the New Orleans Museum of Art in beautiful City Park! Just minutes from the French Quarter on the Canal streetcar line. NOMA is the gulf south’s finest and most comprehensive art museum with a rich collection of American and European works of art, African, Asian and native American art, photography, and decorative arts with a special Faberge gallery. A highlight is the new 5-acre Besthoff Sculpture Garden adjacent to the museum. NOMA also hosts exceptional international traveling exhibitions.

    What’s Included: Free admission to the New Orleans Museum of Art.

    New Orleans Museum of Art

    ET 1 Canal St. at the Riverfront 504-581-IMAX (4629) • • • • • Shows start every hour, Tue - Sun | 10am - 5pm Show times and schedules are subject to change.

    Description: Escape to BIG adventures in 2D and 3D. The five and one-half story towering silver screen, 12,000 watt digital surround sound system, and 354 “front row” seats put you in another world. Escape to hidden kingdoms, far off lands, outer space, animal habitats, or aquatic adventures all in less than one hour. It is like nothing you have ever seen. Everything else is just a movie. Located next door to the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas at the foot of Canal Street.

    What’s Included: Free admission to the Entergy IMAX® Theater.

    Entergy IMAX® Theater

    CA 701 Chartres St. Next to St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square 504-568-6968 • • • Hours: Tue-Sun 10am-4:30pm. Closed Monday and state holidays.

    Description: Visit the place where Louisiana was born! The site of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase transfer in 1803, the Cabildo now houses exhibits on Louisiana history from its first inhabitants through Reconstruction. Exciting artifacts include the death mask of Napoleon, a drum from the Battle of New Orleans, an auction block from a slave market, and more. Admission to the Cabildo also includes entrance to the historic Arsenal. Built in 1835, this building occupies the site of the 1769 Spanish Arsenal and houses changing exhibit galleries.

    What’s Included: Free admission to Cabildo.

    Cabildo | The Louisiana State Museum

    OA I-10 W 15 miles, exit 220 Boutte. Merge onto I-310 S. Continue 12 miles across Destrehan/Luling Bridge, exit 10 Donaldsonville, Hwy. 3127. W 23 miles to major intersection with Hwy 20. Right on Hwy 20, 3 miles to Hwy 18, Left and travel 3 miles to Oak Alley Plantation. 800-44-ALLEY • • • • • • Description: Located on the Mississippi River between the historic cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Oak Alley Plantation has been called the “Grande Dame of the Great River Road.” Nowhere else in the south will