Area Attractions

Located just two blocks from the French Quarter and surrounded by iconic neighborhoods, attractions, and history, The Eliza Jane embodies the New Orleans spirit of the Cajun French saying, laissez les bons temps rouler, meaning “let the good times roll.”

We invite you to experience the city, its culture and and create a few story-worthy moments of your own. Please feel free to reach out to our hotel's concierge for assistance with dining reservations, transportation needs, and information on local tours and events:
TheElizaJane@PNOConcierge.com 

The Eliza Jane

315 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, 70130

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Classic New Orleans Attractions

The Sazerac House

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The Sazerac House, an offers an immersive, spirited experience exploring the history of New Orleans through its cocktails. Located at the intersection of Canal and Magazine Street, guests can dive into the French Quarter in the 1800s, take a seat at a simulation of the original Sazerac House café tables, chat with virtual New Orleans bartenders about their signature drink recipes and learn how to build drinks from the famous Mr. Boston guide, all via the venue's cutting-edge, immersive exhibit technology.

The Historic New Orleans Collection

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Founded in 1966, The Historic New Orleans Collection is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to preserving the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South. The collection's exhibition center, located at 520 Royal Street, provides an ever-changing array of programs and installations - including a museum shop and café. Just across the street, at 533 Royal, the historic Merieult House anchors a complex of the collection's attractions including the Louisiana History Galleries and house museum, the Williams Residence.

The National WWII Museum

Dive deep into the 'war that changed the world’ at the National WWII Museum, the country’s only official World War II museum. You’ll discover incredible tales told through detailed exhibits, personal artifacts, and even a 4-D interactive theater.

New Orleans Museum of Art

Welcome to the city’s oldest fine arts institution, where you can explore nearly 40,000 pieces of artwork across more than 45 galleries encompassing 4,000 years of history. The grand marble building sits on a serene green space and sculpture garden.

Jackson Square

Originally known in the 18th century as "Place d'Armes," and later renamed in honor of the Battle of New Orleans hero Andrew Jackson, Jackson Square is a favorite site for visitors and locals alike. Surrounded by historic buildings, including the St. Louis Cathedral, the Presbytere and Cabildo (Louisiana State Museums), Jackson Square has been a open-air artist colony for well over a half-century. Local artists can be seen painting, drawing, creating portraits, and displaying their work on the square's iron fence still today.

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is the oldest cemetery in the city and the final resting place of many prominent national and local historical figures. Take a step back in time and explore the grounds on a self-guided tour.

Music of New Orleans

Preservation Hall

Preservation Hall is a Big Easy institution established in the early 1960s to honor traditional New Orleans Jazz. Today, it presents live jazz concerts more than 350 nights per year with its ensemble band of more than 100 master performers.

The Fillmore

Setting a new standard for southeastern music clubs, this state-of-the-art live entertainment venue hosts some of the top artists and bands of today. Decked out with signature Fillmore nostalgia alongside aesthetic nods to New Orleans culture, music and art are sprinkled throughout the 22,000 square foot venue. The environment encourages guests to make a night of it - enjoy a meal or light snack with inventive cocktails and craft beers available throughout the music hall.

Tipitina's

Named after the quintessential New Orleans blues track by Professor Longhair, Tipitina’s is an homage to the Fess R&B legacy. This timeless venue has been home to countless up and coming artists as well as has welcomed notable national performers.

Local Tours + Adventures

French Quarter & Cemetery Tour

Walk the historic streets of the French Quarter, one of the most unique and historic cultural epicenters of the country. In the company of our expert guides, you’ll make your way to St. Louis Cemetery #1, site of the infamous Marie Laveau’s tomb. We’ll take you back in time through 300 years of history, and bring to life the most surprising and fascinating stories that led to the present-day New Orleans we know and love.

Legend & Spirits Cocktail Tour

New Orleans has been called the “Capital of civilized drinking” and we provide you the opportunity to go out and drink like a local, experience the vibrant cocktail culture of the Crescent City, and hear the hair-raising tales of gangsters, rum runners and corrupt politicians who made the Big Easy the boozy bastion of a good time it is today.

Swamp Tour

Take a tour of the famous Honey Island Swamp. You’ll glide through gator territory on a small, flat-bottomed boat and hear all about the swamp and its natural inhabitants from our local, expert captains. Many of our captains have lived on the water for most of their lives and have earned field degrees to give you the best experience possible. Pickup services from many French Quarter hotels and visitor centers is available for your comfort and convenience.

Custom Private Tours

Experience New Orleans in style. Enjoy exclusive, VIP tour services with dedicated end-to-end service: from custom luxury tours to hotel pick-up and drop-offs, every detail is taken care by a professional team. In addition to private tours of the city, swamp, and plantations, explore a range of unique experiences that can only be found in Louisiana, including private fishing excursions, a culinary tour, live music performances at the most iconic venues in New Orleans, and much more.

Dining Your Way Through New Orleans

Sylvain

Named for the first raucous and comedic opera to take place in New Orleans, Sylvain strives to recreate such raucous fun each and every night. Set in a carriage house built in the late 1700's, the restaurant honors it's French Quarter neighborhood’s history while infusing an energy that reflects where New Orleans is headed. The food menu offers Southern bistro classics elevated to the style of refined cuisine - while the house cocktails look to the classics while embracing the resurgence of cocktail culture.

Doris Metropolitan

Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Doris Metropolitan showcases expertly prepared menus using flavors and techniques that play on it's Middle Eastern heritage to shine a spotlight on dry aged beef and the highest quality meats, which are offered alongside vegetable-forward appetizers, exotic and local seafood, a thoughtfully sourced caviar menu, and seasonal sides. House-crafted cocktails, an extensive wine list with rare and carefully curated offerings, fine liquors, and a house butchery all complete the experience in a chic and elegant dining room.

Pêche

A James Beard Award-winning restaurant, Pêche boasts an inspired menu influenced by South American, Spanish, and Gulf Coast cuisine. Pêche serves contemporary dishes and rustic creations cooked on an open hearth, as well as fresh Gulf seafood.

Commander’s Palace

For more than 120 years, Commander’s Palace is a New Orleans landmark, serving farm-to-table haute Creole cuisine in the Garden District. It’s the winner of seven James Beard Foundation Awards, making it legend in New Orleans dining.

Café Amelie

Café Amelie is famous for its lush courtyard setting in the French Quarter—once home to the Princess of Monaco. Locals and visitors alike enjoy the delicious Louisiana cuisine and outstanding cocktails while embracing the scenic New Orleans view.

Café Du Monde

A New Orleans visit isn’t complete without a trip to Café Du Monde. The wait in line is always worth the famous powdered sugar beignets and chicory coffee. If you can’t handle the line, stop by after a night out—they’re open 24 hours.