Things to Know and Do

​New Orleans Tourism

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The climate of New Orleans is humid and subtropical.  In May, expect high temperatures in the 80s with lows at night in the upper 60s and low 70s.


At the Conference, attire will be business casual.

Tuesday Group Activity 

On Tuesday night, May 24th, there will be a dinner jazz cruise on the Steamboat Natchez.  Please find more information and make your reservation here


The Court of Two Sisters: Daily jazz brunches with a buffet of Creole classics in an extensive floral-decorated courtyard.

Johnny Po-Boys: This counter-service style restaurant offers over 45 varieties of the classic New Orleans po-boy.

Cafe du Monde: Iconic New Orleans cafe known for cafe au laits, chicory coffee &beignets since 1862.

New Orleans Attractions

The National World War II Museum: The country's official World War II Museum allows visitors to explore the role and experience of the United States on all fronts of the conflict.

The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park: The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park was created to commemorate the musical legacy of New Orleans as the birthplace of jazz music.

French Market: Founded in 1791, this open-air market features shopping, dining and music in a distinct New Orleans tradition.

Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis: St. Louis Cathedral, located in the historic French Quarter, is among the oldest continuously active Roman Catholic Cathedrals in the United States, overlooking beautiful Jackson Square.

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