Thrifty Car Rental –New Orleans (MSY)
100 Rental Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70062
New Orleans, Louisiana, is a city of character, historic roots, determination and culture. This capital of Cajun culture offers a unique take on American life, seen through the eyes of its nearly 350,000 residents. What other city offers the fun and entertainment of Mardi Gras and Bourbon Street in conjunction with a can-do community attitude in the aftermath of a devastating natural disaster? What other city offers both breathtaking historic architecture and a true party-filled city vibe? Your New Orleans car rental will help you explore all that this wonderfully diverse and fascinatingly historic city has to offer.
Quintessential New Orleans
Every visitor to New Orleans makes sure to take a stroll through the city's French Quarter. In fact, you may want to take another stroll later on to experience Bourbon Street's infamous nightlife scene. Park your rental and set out on foot. You'll want to bask in the glow of the area's rich architecture, which showcases the heart of historic New Orleans. Grab a drink along Bourbon Street, shop at the French Market, hang out in Jackson Square or get a lesson on Voodoo from one of the quarter's Voodoo queens.
After an evening on Bourbon Street, it might be time to put your brain back to work. Stop at the National World War II Museum and pay homage to a trying period in American and world history. Exhibits include a D-Day Beaches Gallery, the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion, Guests of the Third Reich: America's POWs in Europe, and a Home Front Gallery. For another cultural and historic option, drive your New Orleans rental car to the New Orleans Museum of Art. Exhibits here include Lifelike, Ralston Crawford and Jazz, the Bayou School and Mass Produced.
New Orleans is well-known for its voodoo-embracing history, but the St. Louis Cemetery is far from weird or wacky. This peaceful cemetery is unique in that its inhabitants' final resting places are all above ground. Drive your New Orleans rental car
to this famous burial site, where you can arrange to take a guided tour. Examine the final resting place of hundreds of New Orleans natives and observe the cemeteries definitive nod to European architecture.