Christmas New Orleans Style
There is something for everyone in New Orleans during Christmas time, and with the elaborate decorations the city wears in order to get all in the Christmas spirit, no scrooge is left unturned. Historical characters roam the streets professing their love for The Big Easy to all that pass by, Cooking Demos are held to teach the techniques of true New Orleans cooking, and celebrations of all kinds are held nearly every day and night of the week.
Christmas celebrations are many during December in New Orleans. Two of the biggest family holiday traditions of Christmas New Orleans Style is attending Celebration in the Oaks light show and tours and making tasty decorations at Gingerbread Junction. For a fun and uplifting event, a favorite for adults and children alike is Caroling in Jackson Square complete with free candles and song sheets for each caroler. As far as concerts go, Cathedral Christmas Concerts offers nightly choir concerts of both Christmas carols and gospel favorites.
There are so many things to do and see during Christmas New Orleans Style that it is nearly impossible to keep track of them all. In addition to everything listed above, there are numerous cooking demonstrations, concerts and shows, shops with special Christmas showcases, children's events, and tours of The Big Easy. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's eve alone offer over 30 exciting events from dusk to dawn.
So for a trip you will never forget, grab your nearest and dearest and head to New Orleans this Christmas season. Christmas New Orleans Style is one event that you and yours can't miss!