New Orleans Museum of Art: First opened in 1911, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) is an unrivaled attraction that brings together masterpieces from all over the globe. You’ll find works from artists like Monet, Degas, Jackson Pollock, Rodin, Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe, Matisse, and Renoir.
The National WWII Museum: Rated the number one tourist attraction in New Orleans by TripAdvisor, The National WWII Museum is an incredible place to learn about one of the world’s most important conflicts. You can find out how civilians and armed forces personnel alike coped and triumphed through unique exhibits, artifacts, first-person oral narratives, and multimedia experiences.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art: Housing the world’s largest collection of Southern Art, The Ogden Museum is home to over 4,000 pieces. Their extensive collection includes works from southern artists like Walter Anderson Clementine Hunter, George Dureau, and George Ohr.
The New Orleans Jazz Museum: Found inside the Old U.S. Mint, The New Orleans Jazz Museum pays homage to the city’s defining style of music. Exhibits include art, recordings, and musical instruments used by some of jazz’s most famous artists. There are also live music performances daily. If you want a taste before you go, simply look online to find performances streamed all over the world.
The Historic New Orleans Collection: Housing over one million items from three centuries of New Orleans history, The Historic New Orleans Collection reveals multicultural stories and Louisiana’s historical evolution. Exhibitions cover everything from the Battle of New Orleans to the development of the city’s world-renowned cuisine.