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Eclectic collectors and professional browsers will love this six-mile long street which starts at the French Quarter and is known worldwide for its antiques and art.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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New Orleans, LA
Lower Garden District
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+1 504-324-5633
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Reviewed yesterday

I recommend visiting this street first taking the bus to the Audubon Zoo and enjoy all that it has to offer. Then walk between stores and coffee shops.

Thank daniela79rosero
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Magazine stretches from French Quarter and all the way, past CBD, Garden district to Audubon. The street is lined and dotted with galleries of antiques, shops selling various wares, bars and restaurants in the Garden district and more. It’s would take 2 hours to walk...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Do some research on what you want to visit ...6 miles street is long to cover all the shops even if you stop to eat or have a drink...which is a MUST...some blocks are fewer shops but keep going they back pick up

Thank Rebecca R
Reviewed 6 days ago

Walking in the magazine area was just beautiful. Very interesting houses in this area. Gorgeous, big mature trees line the streets. Some cute shops. Small kids might get bored but otherwise, definitely worth checking out

Thank Rebecca B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Antiques, restaurants, boutiques. a long street with lots to do. Prepare to spend the day since you would want to linger.

Thank Virginia I
Reviewed 1 week ago

If your traveling to New Orleans and you have a free day. Spend it strolling, shopping, sight seeing, and cafe-ing on Magazine street. Such a great vibe and always something happening. The Locals know this all to well!

Thank Adriandufrene700
Reviewed 1 week ago

This street stretches from one side of the city to the other. It passes landmarks such as Best Western Plus St. Christopher Hotel, Ruby Slipper Cafe, Bon Ton Cafe, United States Court of Appeals, National Wold War II Museum, Fire Station 1, Lawrence Square, Audubon...More

Thank Travel-BWP
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great to walk down and wander into shops and explore cool restaurants. Lots of great places along Magazine, such as Tea Witch Cafe. Just one of the cool eclectic offerings on Magazine.

Thank kelseyjpatton
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The location of the hotel was perfect. Not far from so many of the great restaurants, parties in the streets, shopping etc.

Thank lsebourn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We are having an impromptu visit to New Orleans as we take a break from our rebuilding post Harvey (we’re from Houston). I was so excited that I found some great furniture pieces on Magazine Street. Seriously cool imported solid wood furniture from India! It...More

Thank Momzateacher
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bacrowe
June 18, 2018|
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Response from Volboy13 | Reviewed this property |
You need to drive, there is no trolley / cable car service on Magazine Street. For breakfast go to Surrey's it was featured on Guy's show.
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Marilyn B
November 16, 2017|
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Response from 12dbryan | Reviewed this property |
My daughter attends Tulane and lives in a rental on Magazine Street. I really feel she is in the safest place she can be. Magazine Street is beautiful and quiet for the most part. The restaurants and bars seem to be very... More
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Ntay
October 1, 2017|
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Response from 12dbryan | Reviewed this property |
Yes, everything opens at noon on Sunday.
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