How to Spend a Rainy Day in New Orleans
Famously hot and humid in summer, New Orleans sees its fair share of rain year-round. However, nothing can dampen the city’s lively spirit, so pack an umbrella and soak up the extra dose of atmosphere that gray skies bring to the history-heavy town. Here’s how to make the most of a rainy day in the Big Easy.
- New Orleans cuisine is decadent in any weather, so grab a bite on afood touror stay inside for aCreole cooking class.
- See the city while staying dry on the lower deck of ahop-on hop-off busor on acity driving tour.
- Come face-to-face with marine life at theAudubon Aquarium.
- Take cover inside one of the city’s museums, such as theNational WWII MuseumorNew Orleans Museum of Art.
- Get artsy atMardi Gras Worldor theEdgar Degas House.
- Enjoy river views and Dixie tunes from the dining room of aMississippi jazz cruise.
- Bring an umbrella and get spooked on acemetery or haunted history tour, made extra eerie by the rain.
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