Christmas in the French Quarter

Christmas Jingle Parade, Colorful and Fun ! Great visit for second home owners and families!
December 4, 2017
French Quarter Condo Showing and a Christmas Walk ! Lots to See!
December 17, 2017

Christmas in French Quarter

Plenty of Decorations

       New Orleans does things different than just about any city  so why would Christmas be any different?  Decorations, lights and of course lots of music.  The hotels Decorate their lobby areas to reflect this time of year.  The shop windows line the streets with their different take on this holiday.  The musicians play their version of Christmas carols through out the streets.  The restaurants serve their festive fest and spirits. 

      Krewe of Jingle parade begins the holiday the first Saturday in December.  Local Bands, floats, marching clubs are all part of this celebration.   Ware your best Christmas customs.   Young and old enjoy this parade.  And there is always Mr Bingle to be in attendance.  Beads are thrown from the parade floats.   This parade is so popular that even Santa Clause ride in it before he has to get back to work at the North Pole


The Jingle Parade Goes Down Canal Street

Easy Walk to the Roosevelt Hotel

Christmas Decorations Galore


Running of the Santas


Christmas Bonfires   On December 24, bonfires will light up the levees on the opposite side of the Mississippi River. This is a Christmas tradition that likely dates back centuries.