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Find an amazing meal at a special price during COOLinary – New Orleans is known for its food, and there's no better time to enjoy it than right now. During the entire month of August, over 80 restaurants throughout New Orleans are offering special prix-fixe menus (i.e., multi- course meals at a fixed price) and deals. You can learn more about the specific restaurants (sorted by district) and meal options at The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas (1 Canal Street: 0.4 miles away) features 15,000 seal life creatures, representing almost 600 species, including sea otters, penguins, the endangered white alligator, a seahorse gallery, and much more. The Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insecterium (423 Canal Street, 0.1 miles away) is the largest free-standing museum in the U.S. devoted to the 900,000+ known species of insects and their relatives. Historic Jackson Square (700 Decatur Street, 0.5 Miles), located in the heart of the French Quarter, is known for its statue honoring Battle of New Orleans hero Andrew Jackson and is an open-air artist colony, where artists can display their work on the outside of the iron fence. St. Louis Cathedral (615 Pere Antoine Alley, 0.5 Miles), is the oldest cathedral in the U.S. and the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans. The National WWII Museum (945 Magazine Street, 0.8 Miles) has been designated by Congress as America's official WWII museum, and is considered a must-see for history lovers and patriots. Mardi Gras World: (1.5 miles, free shuttle available) allows guests to tour the 300,000 square foot working warehouse where floats are made for Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans. Family-Friendly Attractions within Easy Walking Distance

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