You Will Work Up An Appetite At This Holiday Event
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas with cooler temps and holiday displays popping up everywhere. If you are looking for an event that keeps the entire family busy and entertained, check out NOLA ChristmasFest. The holiday spectacle kicks off on December 20th.
Visit nolachristmasfest.com for more details and to reserve your tickets today!
Why You Will Want To Go To NOLA ChristmasFest
Did you know that NOLA ChristmasFest is one of the largest indoor holiday celebrations on the Gulf Coast? Regardless of the frightful weather outside, it’s always delightful inside where guests will find dazzling holiday décor and activities for all ages. New Orleans’ only REAL ice rink returns along with carnival rides, inflatables, ice slides, children’s crafts, a snowball zone, beautifully decorated Christmas trees and a gingerbread house display.
The festival has expanded by 50,000 square feet this year. New attractions this year include Breakfast With Santa events, Bouncy, billed as “the World’s Tallest Snowman,” and Snowzilla, Jr., providing attendees with a thrilling slide down a 90’ ramp. Other attractions such as polar golf, curling games, and a step-inside snowglobe for selfie photos will be added to NOLA ChristmasFest this year. The expanded floorplan will also provide ample space for family gatherings, birthday parties, and corporate events. Keepsake photos with Santa will be available for purchase through 3 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Face painting, edible cookie decorating, and a selection of holiday gifts will also be offered for purchase. With all the shopping, the ice skating and the other games and activities you and your family will surely work up an appetite.
To enjoy Cajun food, join us at Mulate’s for authentic Cajun cuisine, music, and dancing.
We’re located at 201 Julia Street in the Warehouse District, and laissez les bon temps rouler. For more information, call (504) 522-1492 or contact us by email at email@example.com to inquire about accommodating large groups.