SUPPORT THE LOCALS AND ECONOMY BY SHOPPING WITHIN THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Most people can agree there are few things more fun than going on a shopping spree. Within New Orleans, there is a fantastic shopping scene aside from the already picturesque views and delicious eats. Moreover, shopping locally positively affects businesses and the economy.
Royal Street’s local markets offer visitors a unique experience because they specialize in art. Local vendors and businesses fill the streets with beautiful artwork, handmade jewelry, and even antiques.
The French Market can seem overwhelming to many people at first. It is an absolute hotspot for local vendors trying to sell fresh seafood, produce, and especially handmade artwork and crafts. The French Market is one of the oldest public markets in the United States and offers visitors an authentic early 20th-century experience.
Faulkner House Books
Faulkner House Books in New Orleans has many unique collections and rare finds that cannot be found anywhere else. It is nestled in the heart of the French Quarter and has an exciting atmosphere. If visiting, keep an eye out for famous authors.
Frenchmen Art Market
Located just outside the French Quarter in the lively Faubourg Marigny neighborhood lives Frenchmen Art Market, a nighttime open-air market that showcases the work of local artists and artisans. Browse through an eclectic mix of handmade jewelry, paintings, photography, and crafts while enjoying live music and the vibrant atmosphere of this popular gathering spot.
Experience the Amazing Shopping Scene of the Crescent City
When shopping in New Orleans, there are many avenues to explore. Whether someone is a bookworm, an art enthusiast, or looking to explore the city’s many diverse options, New Orleans is a perfect opportunity to go shopping.
Have a Staycation at Maison Dupuy
One of the best ways to experience New Orleans is by staying at a hotel in the middle of it all. Maison Dupuy resides right in the heart of the French Quarter. Make a reservation at Maison Dupuy today.