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City Park

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Edward
Edward
July 8, 2020
Serving as New Orleans' largest outdoor attraction since 1854, City Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. With its iconic oak trees and picturesque moss canopies, this 1,300 acre green space brings in millions of visitors each year. People come from near and far to enjoy the beautiful…
Donna
Donna
July 1, 2020
Everything you want to see they have at City Park. You can see the wildlife on the Bayou, walk through the beautiful historic oak trees or enjoy a picnic.
Jon
Jon
June 29, 2020
Beautiful landscapes and home to the all new children’s museum.
Cassie
Cassie
June 29, 2020
Beautiful art 🖼 and flower 🌺 gardens, Majestic Oak trees, Story Land, Christmas in the Oaks and Thier own Caffe DuMonde☕️
The 820
The 820
June 9, 2020
Great for families or for a romantic stroll or boat ride on a gondola. National Museum of Art in in City Park!

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New Orleans, LA