Fulton Alley, New Orleans

One of our Thanksgiving Weekend traditions has become a family bowling night, if we happen to be able to find an alley near where we are staying!  Because bowling alleys aren’t usually tourist hot spots, it also lets us meet more of the locals!  Fulton Alley in New Orleans was incredibly convenient, located just next door to our hotel, the Hilton Riverside!  We spent a terrific evening not only bowling, but playing many of the games they offer, such as chess, scrabble and even Bocce Ball, and enjoying dinner!  One of the few places open on Thanksgiving Day, we found many other families here, also!

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An upscale alley, they have a large bar and nice menu, too.

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Know Before You Go 

Call ahead to reserve an lane, as there is usually a wait.

Fulton Alley is 21 and older after 8pm on weekends.

Things To Do (With Kids) in New Orleans

Play

The Audubon Aquarium is a located in the French Quarter, right on the shores of the Mississippi River!  Click HERE to read more!

Ranked by Trip Advisor as the #2 Museum in the World, the National World War II Museum is a must-see!  Click HERE for more information.

The Louisiana Children’s Museum is a fun play to take the kids to play and learn, located in the nearby Warehouse Museum District.  Enjoy the day or enroll the kids in one of their camps to attend while you explore New Orleans for a day!  Click HERE for more information.

Stay

During this visit, we stayed at the Hilton Riverfront Hotel, located just next door to Fulton Alley!  The hotel offered two heated swimming pools, and a large workout facility with tennis courts and much more!  It also has a terrific location, right on the river, and adjoining the Riverfront Mall and Carnival Cruise Lines port!  Click HERE for more information.


Fulton Alley

600 Fulton St., New Orleans

Click HERE to visit their website.    


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