You’re most likely familiar with the “festive” side of New Orleans. After all, we do host some pretty incredible events, including Mardi Gras, Halloween, and Southern Decadence. But there’s so much more to experience: as one of the oldest cities in the country, New Orleans is brimming with French and Spanish influences, plantations, riverboats, fern-covered balconies, music, and more food options than you could get through in a month. All these things come together to make this the perfect destination for a couple or family. Come experience this one-of-a-kind city for two… or three or four, depending on your family size. Catch a glimpse of three couples (and a little girl) as they explore our city.
LGBT Couples Experience NOLA
Where They Went
- Denise, Ebony, and Olivia’s trip included Longue Vue House and Gardens and St. Roch Market
- Andy and Danny’s visit included The National WWII Museum, Cafe Du Monde, and AVO restaurant
- Vinny and Luke’s experience took them to Elizabeth’s, Oz, and Frenchmen Street
- All three couples (and Olivia) met on the Steamboat Natchez
About New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation
The New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation promotes the city as a leisure tourism destination throughout the year. Annually, NOTMC’s marketing campaigns include strategic broadcast, digital, social, experiential and print advertising and public relations. Web sites: NewOrleansOnline.com; NewOrleansMuseums.com; RadioFreeNeworleans.com, FollowYourNOLA.com and GoNola.com. Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. #FollowYourNola.