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This Peaceful New Orleans Park Has Endless Winding Boardwalks To Get Lost On

You'll feel so tranquil here.

There are times where we all get hit with the curiosity bug and we get in the mood to explore the history of our city. There is a scenic Louisiana national park touching New Orleans that will sweep you away on an exciting, historical, and thrilling adventure through battlefields and winding forest boardwalks. To escape the hustle and bustle of the city and to hop into nature, you'll definitely want to head over soon.

The Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve is home to a variety of incredible explorable sections, from nature parks to museums.

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You Can Find Nicolas Cage's Tomb Hidden In This New Orleans Cemetery

He's a real national treasure.

Lying in New Orleans' oldest cemetery lies the tomb of a star we all know isn't exactly dead yet. Making sure he had the perfect place to rest for eternity, this actor bought out a plot and built a cement pyramid for himself at the famous St. Louis Cemetery No.1. Yes, you can actually visit Nicolas Cage's tomb in New Orleans that he has waiting for him for when he eventually meets his end. 

In 2010, Nicolas Cage bought the final two available plots in the famous cemetery to build his nine-foot-tall white cement pyramid that would serve as his future grave.

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You Can Eat Unlimited Chili At This Boozy New Orleans Cook-Off This Weekend

There's unlimited beer too!

Chili keeps our bodies warm and our bellies happy and there's no better way to spend a winter day than by chowing down on boatloads of the spicy comfort food. This New Orleans chili cook-off this weekend is all you need to warm your soul and you can't miss it. Taste an endless amount of the made-from-scratch goodness for only $20.

On Jan. 12, join the chili lover's crowd at The Big Chili Chill at NOLA Brewing. Even though it's expected to be in the 60s, there isn't really any weather that doesn't permit a chili fest. 

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9 New Orleans Date Night Ideas For $15 Or Less That Aren't Just A Walk In The Park

Romance bae on the cheap.

Dating can be expensive, especially if you're trying to wow the person you're taking out. But in New Orleans, there are a ton of fun things to do that won't burn up all of your money. Sometimes bringing out your inner kid (with a boozy drink in hand) can really be the best date night to really get the romantic vibes going. With these cheap date ideas in new orleans that are super fun, you're sure to have a good time, without thinking about your wallet all night. 

A Romantic Streetcar Ride

Price: $1.25 per person

Address: Stops on Canal St. & St. Charles Ave.

Why You Need To Go: The streetcar is super inexpensive, but also totally romantic. Ride up and down St. Charles Avenue to look at the beautiful mansions and natural scenery. And if you go during one of the main New Orleans holiday seasons (Mardi Gras, Halloween or Christmas) a ton of houses will be decorated.

Nola Tribe Yoga Class

Price: $0-$5

Address: Varies, New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: Get zen with bae on the cheap! Nola Tribe Yoga holds classes all over New Orleans for $5 or less. Check out their Wednesday nights class that's at a bar, (beer + yoga = best date ever) or their Yoga to Live Jazz on Saturday mornings.

Blue Bike Ride Around The City

Price: $8 per hour

Address: Locations vary, New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: New Orleans is becoming more and more bike-friendly every day. Blue bikes are the perfect option if you don't have your own bike to ride around. Check out the garden district or ride along the levee.

Enjoy A Free Beer Together

Price: Free

When: On Fridays, from 2-3 p.m.

Address: 3001 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: NOLA Brewing offers free brewery tours every Friday afternoon. It's the perfect way to start your weekend off early.

Ferry Across the Mississippi

Price: $2 per person

When: Check the schedule here

Address: Canal St. & Convention Center Blvd., New Orleans, LL

Why You Need To Go: Hop aboard the Canal Street Ferry for one of the least expensive dates ever. The ferry ride is beautiful, and while you're across the river, enjoy the small town of Algiers Point with bae. Make sure to stop at the Old Point Bar for a to-go drink.

Dance Your Heart Out

Price: Free

When: Varies

Address: Varies, New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: The NOLA Jitterbugs offer totally free swing dance classes throughout the year. Learn something new with your S/O while having the time of your life!

Catch A Classic Film

Price: $6 per person

When: Check the schedule here

Address: 5339 Prytania St., New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: The Prytania Theatre is a small mom-and-pop style theatre with only one screen. Although they play the hottest movies around for less than $10 a pop, for a really cute date you can see a classic matinee film for $6.

Pizza At The Park

Price: $2.25 for a slice of cheese & $2.50 for a PBR

When: Open 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday

Address: 617 Piety St., New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: Not only is Pizza Delicious the best pizza in the city, it's right across from Crescent Park. So grab two slices and two PBRs (for less than $10) and take them to go, and climb across the stairway a the end of Piety Street for a cute date.

Enjoy a Free Tour

Price: Free

When: Check the schedule here

Address: Varies, New Orleans, LA

Why You Need To Go: Touring New Orleans doesn't have to be expensive, so check out a free tour by foot. They have various tours including ghost tours, cemetery tours, and even swamp tours. At the end, you just pay whatever you think it was worth.

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You Can Get All The Witchy Vibes At This 2-Day Hex Fest In New Orleans This Summer

Tickets on sale now!

For those fascinated by all things witchy, New Orleans is the perfect place to explore any day of the year. But did you know that there's a whole weekend dedicated to Witches, rootworkers, Voodoo priests and other magical teachers? It's New Orleans' only witch festival, Hex Fest.

Hex Fest takes place on Aug. 7 through 9, 2020 at one of the most haunted hotels in New Orleans - The Bourbon Orleans.

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