There is a large bronze statue of Andrew Jackson in the middle (hence its name). You can walk along the periphery to enjoy the paintings. You must look for shining Carnival beads in the trees. Across the street, you can drink coffee, eat pancakes with pies, visit the square and church, take a ride in a carriage or donkey cart to feel noble experience, but remember to talk about the price of the carriage in advance.
Jackson Square is a lovely and vibrant park all day long. Outside the fence you can see many local artists, musicians, magicians and fortune tellers. The atmosphere outside the park is always interesting. Parks are under construction so half of them are not open to the public. The ground here is beautiful, but there are many homeless people who have been sleeping in the park, ready for it.
Jackson Square, near the French District of New Orleans, is the most famous square in Louisiana. It's also the busiest Plaza in New Orleans. Every day, all kinds of vendors and artists draw pictures. In the center of the square is a large sculpture of Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. The Catholic Church on the other side is worth seeing.
Jackson Square is one of the landmarks of New Orleans, located in the center of New Orleans. There is a powerful horse riding sculpture of Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. This square is also the most literary and artistic place in New Orleans. We can see people singing, juggling, drawing and so on around the square.
Jackson Square, built in 1721, was originally a colonial training ground, Plaza de Armes. It was not until 1850 that the statue of General Jackson, the sculptor Clark Mills in 1856, stood on the square. It was the world's first horse-riding statue, with two front feet running overhead. There are jazz band performers, street entertainers, improvisers and tourists in the park of Tengsheng Nature Square.
Jackson Square is supposed to commemorate someone too. The environment here is really wonderful. The air is fresh, the sky is blue and the clouds are white. The surrounding green is great. The ground is covered with natural lawns made of grass. The best thing is a sculpture there. It's lifelike and really beautiful.
We met several bands as we wandered around Jackson Square to buy doughnuts and sandwiches. The street art here is very interesting. There are street artists, musicians and even a wedding in the middle of the square. It's a great place to eat sandwiches and see the interesting world around you!