While Bourbon Street might be the heart of the French Quarter during the night, Jackson Square is the heart of the French Quarter during the day. With many different local artists performing and selling local items, the area is full of activity throughout the day. The St. Louis Cathedral is also there as well as the Cabildo, which is a museum reflecting the history of region. There are also many different restaurants on the streets surrounding Jackson Square offering some of the best food in New Orleans. Needless to say, being a location that draws so many tourists, there are also a variety of stores that sell a wide variety of items that represent New Orleans.
Jackson Square, Andrew Jackson’s Statue, and the St. Louis Cathedral
Crowds Watching a Performer
As different artists perform, from musicians, magicians, and jugglers, to acrobats and dancers, crowds gather around making it difficult to…
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