You can spend ages looking at New Orleans’s historic architecture. From the several homes passed down for generations that fill the Garden District, to house museums located in the French Quarter, there is no shortage of visual history in New Orleans.
Every New Orleans neighborhood has something worth seeing. Whether its the compact French Quarter or the lower 9th Ward, the city has monuments worth visiting and streets worth taking leisurely strolls.
The St Charles Avenue streetcar line ranks as one of the oldest lines in the United States. Dating back to 1835, the iconic green streetcar passes through several neighborhoods in a 40-minute, 13.2-mile stretch.