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mardi-gras-maskCome See The Mardi Gras! In New Orleans we celebrate the Carnival season starting January 6th which is called the Twelfth Night (it’s 12 days after Christmas). King Cakes appear and the Krewes start their various celebrations, balls and parades. All over the New Orleans Metro area Mardi Gras Season has begun. After weeks of celebrations, parties and parades we reach Lundi Gras, the day before the main event and finale, ‘Fat Tuesday’. At midnight the Mardi Gras ends and Ash Wednesday begins. New Orleanians catch their breaths and being to look forward to the next Mardi Gras Season!

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Home > Mardi Gras > Guide > New Orleans area Carnival Guides and Museums - 13 websites
Including: Parade Schedules, Mardi Gras History, Mardi Gras Indians, Local Mardi Gras Tips and more

Arnauld's Mardi Gras Museum - Mardi Gras Museum is located in Arnauld's Restaurant. The Germaine Cazenave Wells Mardi Gras Museum was opened at Arnauld's Restaurant in the French Quarter by proprietor Archie A. Casbarian on September 15, 1983. Open free to the public during restaurant hours, the collection of Carnival court gowns, costumes and other memorabilia made in France provides a rare glimpse of the private side of Mardi Gras.

Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide - Parade schedules, parade routes, and the history of Mardi Gras. The New Orleans Mardi Gras is one of the world's most famous holidays. No one knows the celebration better or has done more to share it with such a large audience than Arthur Hardy. More than 2 million copies of his award-winning Mardi Gras Guide have been sold. Nationally recognized as a premiere authority on Mardi Gras in New Orleans, Arthur Hardy has become the eyes, the ears and the voice of Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

Blain Kern's Mardi Gras World - New Orleans' showcase of carnival, with thousands of sensational sculptured props and breath-taking giant figures on display all year-round. Tourists are encouraged to bring their cameras and picture themselves next to King Kong, Marilyn Monroe, the giant Bacchasaurus, and thousands of other props and sculptures.

Carnival.Com/New Orleans - This a site about Carnival around the world. "Welcome to your web guide to the greatest Carnival and free show in North America. The New Orleans' premiere party season! Time to enjoy life, have fun, get sassy! Fun is free, so when Mardi Gras time arrives you must throw off the shackles of your Protestant work ethic and join in the season's greatest fun free-for-all."

Gay Mardi Gras - The official gay Mardi Gras Website since 1995. Includes information on gay Carnival history, Mardi Gras balls and more.

Krewe Central - is the largest collection of information ever assembled about Krewes (we've identified more than 700 across the US, and provided links to their websites, if they have one), as well as Mardi Gras festivals held around the world.

Mardi Gras - Parade schedules, parade routes. Links to Carnival news, music, parade schedules, and much more. MardiGras.com is the complete New Orleans Mardi Gras resource for Mardi Gras beads, pictures, BourboCAM, calendars, parade photos and video, uncensored webcam, news and more. Print out parade calendars to plan your Mardi Gras visit. Visit us online for more Mardi Gras information.

Mardi Gras Central - Parade schedules. Gives the countdown until the next big blow-out party, Mardi Gras in New Orleans. This site is at Satchmo.com a great resource for music entertainment information during Mardi Gras as well as year round.

Mardi Gras Indians - Welcome to the Mardi Gras Indian Show! Your only source for hiring Mardi Gras Indians. We provide our customers with a very entertaining and unique part of New Orleans‘s culture. Throughout the years many locals and tourist hope to see Mardi Gras Indians again and again. Super Sunday and Mardi Gras day are the only selected days Indians parade along the streets of New Orleans. You can now book our entertainment all year long! .

Mardi Gras for Beginners - An introduction to the world’s biggest party. Sharon Keating offers information and guidance for visitors and newbies alike. As she points out, when it comes to locals, it’s in our DNA.

Mardi Gras Lafayette - Your source for Mardi Gras in the Lafayette and Acadiana area, this site features info about krewes, parades, events, country Mardi Gras, Indians, FAQs and photos of Lafayette area Mardi Gras fun!

Mardi Gras Parade Schedule - Parade schedules. New Orleans Parade Schedule for Photographs, Dates, Times, Routes, Mardi Gras Krewes, and all things Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras parade schedule brings you the most up to date information for all Mardi Gras Parades including New Orleans, Metairie, Covington, Slidell, Galveston, Pensacola, Shreveport, Baton Rouge and More.

Mardi Gras Traditions - Parade schedules, parade routes and maps. - Mardi Gras is the hip, underground guide to all things Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Mardi Gras Unmasked brings the rich, eye-popping panorama of Carnival in New Orleans right to your desktop, iPhone or mobile device! We have everything from fabulous original video and photo galleries to interactive trivia challenges and clever Carnival widgets for your Facebook page.

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