This NYE, Bring Your Little Noisemakers to NOLA.

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November 23 2018 | Family Travel Tips

New Year's Eve Activities for Families 

 

New Year’s Eve is not just for grownups – not even in New Orleans. Here are five fun ways to say “bienvenue” (welcome) to 2019 in NOLA with your little ones. If you play it right, you can have a great day with the kids and still get home in time to pick up the babysitter and go out on the town.

 

Zoo Year's Eve

 

Take your party animals to the Audubon Zoo for music, games, and a countdown to twelve noon. Learn more.

 

Countdown to Noon

 

It wouldn't be New Year's Eve in New Orleans without the the Countdown to Noon at the Louisiana Children’s Museum. Learn more.

 

Cinderella’s Masquerade Ball

 

Celebrate the stroke of twelve Cinderella Style (without losing your shoe) at Cinderella’s Masquerade Ball. Toast 2019 at noon with Cinderella, Prince Charming and their Royal Court with dancing, brunch and drinks (champagne, mimosas and poinsettias for the adults), mask making, and an enchanting musical stage production. Come dressed in your best royal formal attire. Learn more.

 

New Year’s Eve Parade

 

End the New Year with a Mardi Gras-style parade in the French Quarter. The Allstate Sugar Bowl New Year’s Eve Parade begins at the intersection of Elysian Fields Avenue and Decatur Street at 2:00 p.m. (time subject to change). Learn more.

 

NOLA ChristmasFest

 

The last day of NOLA Christmas Fest is New Year’s Eve (it will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.). Take your family to the New Orleans Convention Center for indoor ice skating, ice sliding, bouncing on giant inflatables and more. Learn more.

 

 

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