Explore attractions in Kenner and New Orleans
It’s easy to get an authentic taste of Louisiana with tourist attractions like Café Du Monde and Kenner Rivertown, just a few miles from the Radisson. The hotel also places you near downtown New Orleans, where you can wander the iconic French quarter and Bourbon Street. Try your luck at Harrah’s and Treasure Chest casinos; attend sports, music and theatrical events; or head to Audubon Zoo for a day of family fun. If you’re in town on business, you can enjoy proximity to both the airport and numerous convention centers as well as prominent businesses.
- Café Du Monde (1 mile)
Dating back to 1862, this downtown café is the perfect place to stop for a tasty beignet or your morning café au lait.
Phone: +1 (504) 469-7699
- The Esplanade (1 mile)
Just north of the airport, you’ll find your favorite stores and labels at this mall, and you can catch the latest film releases in surround sound or 3-D at Grand 14 - Esplanade.
Phone: + 1 (504) 468-6116
- Kenner Rivertown (3 miles)
Located on the river along Williams Boulevard, this district covers 16 blocks of dining options, performing arts venues, art galleries and gift shops.
Phone: +1 (504) 468-7231
- Pontchartrain Convention & Civic Center (3 miles)
With a capacity of 3,700, this civic center hosts numerous conventions, sporting events and exciting theatrical shows.
Phone: +1 (504) 465-9985
- Treasure Chest Casino (3 miles)
Take your gaming on the water with a fun-filled evening on this riverboat casino.
Phone: +1 (800) 298-0711
- Shrine on Airline (4 miles)
The home to Big Easy baseball, this field hosts numerous college games and the New Orleans Baby Cakes.
Phone: +1 (504) 734-5155
- Audubon Zoo (11 miles)
Home to exotic creatures gathered from around the globe, the Audubon Zoo provides fun for animal lovers of all ages.
Phone: +1 (800) 774-7394
- Smoothie King Center (12 miles)
Home to the New Orleans Pelicans, this multipurpose indoor arena also presents big-name concerts and conventions.
Phone: +1 (504) 587-3663
- Bourbon Street (13 miles)
This iconic street hosts the city’s renowned nightlife as well as a vital part of New Orleans history.
Phone: +1 (504) 525-5801
- Cajun Queen Riverboat (13 miles)
This replica of a historic riverboat provides a variety of cruise tours for a coastal perspective on New Orleans.
Phone: +1 (800) 445-4109
- French Market (13 miles)
- Covering six blocks, the French Market is a historic district where you can shop, dine or attend special events like music festivals.
Phone: +1 (504) 522-2621
- Mercedes-Benz Superdome (13 miles)
At this arena, you can cheer on the New Orleans Saints or rock out with the biggest names in the music industry.
Phone: +1 (504) 587-3822
- National World War II Museum (13 miles)
Step into American history at this World War II museum, where you can experience a ride and tour on a patrol-torpedo boat and investigate thousands of artifacts.
Phone: +1 (504) 527-6012
- New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (13 miles)
Spanning 1.1 million square feet of exhibit space, this convention center helps conventions, trade shows and conferences capture the spirit of New Orleans.
Phone: +1 (504) 582-3000
- Preservation Hall (13 miles)
- Dating back to 1961, this jazz hall showcases the Big Easy’s distinctive music culture and gives a stage for up-and-coming performers.
Phone: +1 (504) 522-2841
- Harrah's Casino (13.3 miles)
With a fun, friendly atmosphere, Harrah’s invites you to try your luck at card games or on slot machines.
Phone: +1 (504) 533-6000
- St. Louis Cathedral (13.5 miles)
This triple-steepled historic church is nearly as old as New Orleans, and its gorgeous architecture and spiritual commitment draw tour groups and worshipers alike to its downtown site.
Phone: +1 (504) 525-9585