Founded by the French, ruled by the Spanish, and bought by the US…New Orleans is known for its distinct Creole culture, Jazz, Mardi Gras and many other attributes that give this city a powerful sense of identity.  So, what do you do beyond attending technical sessions?

In upcoming posts we’ll share a few ideas with you.  To get you started, here’s a few museums that may be of interest.

  • The National World War II Museum: The museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world (#4 on TripAdvisor Top 10 list of museums in the USA)
  • New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum:  Well, of course you’re going to find a voodoo museum in NOLA…how could you not?
  • New Orleans Pharmacy Museum:  This does make sense…Louisiana is the birthplace of modern pharmacy and New Orleans resident, Louis Dufilho, was America’s first licensed pharmacist.