People tend to check in during these times:
Not much apart from the steamboats.
Real nice park
great sights and lots of people! funny street performers and artists. great vibe.
A visit to Woldenberg Park is like walking through a stately outdoor museum and gallery. Get yourself a Becherovka cocktail to go and start exploring!
watch out for dog shit and loose women.
The park was created in the late 80s/early 90s on land that had been old wharves and warehouses along the riverfront. It is named after philanthropist Malcolm Woldenberg who helped fund its creation.
If you want something nonalcoholic to drink try the Hibiscus Tea by Bittersweet Confections! Yum. Located in the food booths close to the ferry.
Great at Sunset
A huge hangout spot for the homeless.
They might want a few more garbage cans out here
In New Orleans for the Final Four? Be sure to stop by the AT&T Block Party at Woldenberg Park on Friday March 31st for live music featuring KISS! Event begins at 4pm.
I fell in love here last May with an amazing Finnish woman. Laying on a blanket in the shade listening to the calliope play or watching ships pass by. A truly romantic scene.
Go to the wooden steps that lead down into the river opposite of Jackson Square and enjoy a tasty beverage while watching huge boats.
Day one of my early morning. Power walks this is such a lovely place to start.