Travel: New Orleans- The Southern Food and Beverage Museum

So this was an interesting little stop on our trip. The Southern Food and Beverage Museum is in the warehouse district. It has a little area for each of the southern states, as well as a few other pieces. There is also a cocktail part on one of the walls and things like that throughout. The building used to be an open market, and the … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans- The Southern Food and Beverage Museum

Travel: New Orleans- The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum was sort of right in the middle between where we were staying and the French Quarter. We put it off until our last day, a huge mistake, but I will get to that soon, and decided to check it out. The price is extremely fair, and they also applied Ben’s veteran discount to both our tickets, which I thought was super … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans- The National WWII Museum

Travel: New Orleans- The Pharmacy Museum

The Pharmacy Museum is located in the building that Louis Dufilho Jr used. He was America’s first licensed pharmacist and started in 1823. Louisiana was the first state that required licenses for medical practitioners starting in 1816. The building was the pharmacy/apothecary until 1855. It sustained damage and was abandoned until 1950 when it opened as a museum featuring all kinds of different displays and … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans- The Pharmacy Museum

Travel: New Orleans: The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

New Orleans features the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. You may or may not know, but I am a big ole marine life nerd. So I wanted to make sure that we hit up this AZA accredited (I can explain why that’s important if you like and why I won’t go to places that aren’t) aquarium while we were there. The aquarium is pretty decently … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans: The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas