For over 170 years, New Orleans City Park has provided access to abundant natural and cultural resources to residents of the region and tourists from around the world. The Park is home to the New Orleans Botanical Garden, Couturie Forest and Arboretum, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Louisiana Children’s Museum, and the largest grove of mature live oaks in the world, some of which are nearly 800 years old.
The Park’s 1,300 acres make it one of the largest urban parks in the United States, and a popular place to fish on the bayou, picnic, experience safe outdoor play, or engage in athletic pursuits—as evidence by more than 16 million visits each year. With the majority of its visitors, 67%, residing in Orleans and Jefferson parishes, the Park provides walking trails, an urban forest, open space, cultural amenities, and recreation services to the entire community where high poverty rates, significant achievement gaps, poor environmental health, and youth disconnections affect physical and mental health.
On this drone tour we will cover many of these famous homes including the Buckner House (site of American Horror Story: Coven), The Anne Rice House, Commanders Palace, and more! This neighborhood is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the United States. In today’s tour, you will learn about the history of the French Quarter, […]
Was up ya’ll Thank you for hanging with me on another Saturday while I dig through items at this New Jersey Flea Market. I flip items I buy, and I try my best not to pay over $20 for anything I don’t have a warranty for. I love what I do, and I invite you […]
This Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding can be made quick and easy. This is a stove-top version with just the right amount of sweetness. Only 1/2 cup of sugar is added and most of the sweetness comes from the milk cooking down. After stirring for 45-50 minutes add Vanilla Extract.