Jackson SquareThough only the size of a city block, Jackson Square New Orleans packs history into its prime French Quarter location. In 1815, this public square was renamed to honor General Andrew Jackson and the United States victory in the Battle of New Orleans. Jackson Square is home to the 18th century St. Louis Cathedral and is a popular spot to find live New Orleans music, to buy art from the "plein air" artist colony, and is near the famous Café Du Monde.
Events -Festivals, concerts, fairs
- Catch live street music
- Buy art from local artists
- Visit the 18th-century St. Louis Cathedral
- Take a beignet and café au lait break at Café Du Monde
- Explore the Shops at Jax Brewery