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Royal Street, New Orleans

Royal Street, New Orleans

Royal Street offers French Quarter Flair with Southern Charm as one of the original streets of the city dating from the early 18th century, and is known today for its antique shops, art galleries and hotels.

It's a shopper’s paradise as Royal Street offers grand family-owned antique shops and fine art galleries, each just a block and yet a world away from the parties on Bourbon Street. It's a great shopping and dining destination that stretches from Canal Street to Esplanade in the French Quarter, winding through the residential Marigny and Bywater neighbourhoods then all the way to the Industrial Canal.

New Orleans Shopping in Royal Street

You can also wander into its many unique stores and find crystal chandeliers, 19th Century absinthe glasses and gift shops with a particular point of view. Royal Street is also where you can dine in hidden courtyards while listening to street buskers and then visiting historic city landmarks. While you stroll you can also enjoy the music that street musicians play every day and night. Royal Street is also where local New Orleanians have lived and thrived for generations, you will also pass beautiful private homes, small grocery stores and other landmarks with that local neighbourhood buzz. 

Royal Street Restaurants

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