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Holiday Fun at Hotel Provincial

November 29 2021 | News

There's no place like New Orleans during the holidays! Along with shopping in the French Quarter and driving through our neighborhoods to see quaint shotguns and grand mansions all decked out in their festive finery, here’s what’s going on down here. Book your December stay at Hotel Provincial now

Reveillon Dinners

Every December, New Orleans best restaurants recreate the old Creole custom of Reveillon dinners. They feature several courses and, depending on the restaurant, allow you to sample dishes both traditional and new. Learn more.

Celebration in the Oaks

To keep us all safe during Covid-19, City Park is once again letting guests drive their own vehicle through the park featuring hundreds of thousands of lights and 25 acres of holiday displays. Open now through Jan. 2. Learn more.  

Sing-A-Long with the Patio Planters

Experience Candlelight Caroling in Jackson Square on December 19 at 7 p.m.  You can also join in virtually on WLAE or via live streaming on their website. Learn more.

 8th Annual NOLA ChristmasFest

This indoor festival in the New Orleans Convention Center features almost 300,000 square feet of rides, giant ice slides, an ice skating rink, Santa and friends, gingerbread houses and more! There will be two sessions per day–a morning timed entry and an evening one. Space will be limited. Learn more.

Jingling Through the Crescent 

This year, Gray Line is offering Christmas Day Jingling through the Crescent, a festive motorcoach tour of the city. It's a great way to see the city all decked out for the holidays. Learn more.

Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve on the Riverboat City of New Orleans

Celebrate the holidays Christmas Eve aboard Riverboat City of New Orleans, with live jazz and traditional New Orleans cuisine. Reservations are required and holiday attire recommended. Learn more.

The Allstate Sugar Bowl

On New Year's Day, the Superdome will host the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the second-oldest bowl game in the country. There will also be a parade on New Year's Eve. Learn more. 

 

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