French Market


Need to get an NOLA souvenir for a loved one? If so, stop by the French Market there is a lot to see and do. Visit Evans Creole Candy Factory, voted one of the 10 best candy shops in the United States by “Bon Appetit,” or get a European toy at The Little Toy Shop. We experienced great street musicians and met friendly food vendors. People were wearing masks, beads and we even saw voodoo dolls. We absolutely loved this location! 


This market can be very crowded and sometimes it’s difficult to park. If you’re afraid that you’ll struggle finding a spot, we got some info that might help. At the Main French Market Parking Lot, Farmers Market Lot and Framers Market Annex Lot you’re now able to reserve your parking spot. Prices are reasonable and it’s easy to reserve. Plan ahead and go to the website to reserve! http://www.frenchmarket.org/parking-directions/


We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

Magazine Street – 100 Magazine Street, New Orleans Visit Magazine Street, where you can shop, eat and meet people! There is something for everyone and locals recommend getting Blue Frog Chocolates or visiting Buffalo Exchange. If don’t feel like driving, catch the #11 Bus at the corner of Canal Street and Magazine. It’ll be cheaper than parking and you’ll be able to really experience NOLA.

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