This place was great for many reasons - You learn the history behind Mardi Gras - You get to see people working on upcoming floats - You get a guided tour around the entire complex - and then they let you wander around on your own! You can explore down all the aisles and take photos and talk to the people making the floats. I wasn't expecting it to be that fun, but it was. Great time.
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