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Canal Place offers a wide variety of shops and cafes, as well as a movie theater. The shopping here is a little more upscale than shopping in other areas of town, with stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, Michael Kors, and Anthropologie.
Le Petit Theatre was founded in 1916 and is still in operation today. The theater was renovated in 2011 to include a restaurant (Tableau) and to upgrade facilities. Musicals and plays are a must see at at this historical theater - but it is rumored to be haunted, so beware!
Established in 1961 to preserve the great art form of traditional New Orleans Jazz, the Preservation Hall serves as a music venue to jazz musicians, boasting a musical legacy dating back to the origins of jazz itself, and presents concerts 7 nights a week.
Woldenberg Park makes for a perfect afternoon out to enjoy the sights and sounds of New Orleans. Equipped with benches, playgrounds, and walking paths, the park caters to all ages. Festivals and town events are often helded at Woldenberg Riverfront Park.