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2024 IPAC Conference

July 28 - 31, 2024

New Orleans

Conference Information
Call For Proposals

- Conference Registration

- Workshop Registration
- Keynote Speakers
- Schedule-at-a-Glance
- Conference Program
- Conference Sponsors

Attendee Information
- Conference Hotel Booking

- Social Events and Activities
- Things to do in New Orleans

Sponsor Information

- Sponsorship Information
- Register as a Sponsor

- Exhibitor Details

Speaker Resources

- Presenter FAQ and Guidelines

About New Orleans, Louisiana


We are thrilled to welcome you to the vibrant city of New Orleans in July. To ensure you have a seamless and enjoyable experience, we've put together this travel guide with essential information about the city and the conference venue.


By Air: The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is the primary airport serving the city. From the airport, you can reach the conference venue and hotels through various transportation options, including taxis, ride-sharing services, and airport shuttles.

Local Transportation: New Orleans has an extensive public transportation system, including buses and streetcars. Taxis and ride-sharing services are also readily available. Consider using public transportation for a unique local experience.


1) Café du Monde, 848 Decatur St. – This is world-famous, located in the French Quarter, and offering delicious coffee drinks and the original beignet.   Welcome to Cafe Du Monde New Orleans | French Market Coffee Stand • French Market Coffee Stand

2) Mothers – Breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Best Restaurant in New Orleans, LA | World's Best Baked Ham | Breakfast All Day | Mothers Restaurant

3) Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar – Per the website, “built between 1722 and 1732 by Nicolas Touze, is reputed to be the oldest structure used as a bar in the United States.” LAFITTE'S BLACKSMITH SHOP BAR, New Orleans, LA (

4) Links with some recommended restaurants for consideration: 38 Essential Restaurants in New Orleans ( and THE 10 BEST Restaurants in New Orleans (Updated January 2024) (


1) Visit the French Quarter - Narrow cobblestone streets, interesting architecture, balconies with ironwork and hanging plants. Find attractions along the way, such as Jackson Square, Faulkner House Books and the Cabildo.  You can also check out the famous Bourbon Street.

2) The National WW II Museum -  (

3) Walk through the Garden District – You can take a walking tour of the Garden District (located a little less than 3 miles southwest of the French Quarter, and/or view some of the city's most beautiful homes. 

4) Preservation Hall – This is located in the French Quarter at 726 Saint Peter Street. There is nightly traditional New Orleans live jazz performances. 

5) New Orleans Swamp Tours – Some possible options via Trip Advisor: Search results: Swamp Tours - Tripadvisor

6) Ride the St. Charles Streetcar - Ride the St. Charles Streetcar Reviews | U.S. News Travel (

7) Audubon Nature Institute – 3.6 miles to the City Center, 6500 Magazine Street, Audubon Nature Institute | Celebrating the Wonders of Nature

8) Audubon Aquarium - Audubon Aquarium | NOW OPEN | New Orleans, LA (

9) Backstreet Cultural Museum, 1531 St. Philip Street - Backstreet Cultural Museum Reviews | U.S. News Travel (

10) New Orleans Museum of Art, 1 Collins C. Diboll Circle - NOMA Welcomes You - New Orleans Museum of Art

11) Visit the New Orleans City Park, 1 Palm Drive – Here you can take a nature stroll through the 10-acre New Orleans Botanical Garden (which boasts 2,000 different varieties of plants)

12) Steamboat Natchez, 600 Decatur St., Toulouse Street Wharf - Steamboat Natchez launched in 1975 and is a traditional sternwheel steamboat that takes visitors on a tour of the Mississippi River. New Orleans Steamboat Company | Steamboat Natchez

13) Vue Orleans, 2 Canal Street – This is a family-friendly interactive experience at the top of the Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans. Vue Orleans | Enjoy Stunning Views and Historic New Orleans Culture

14) Longue Vue House and Gardens,7 Bamboo Road – This is a historic estate featuring a museum and an interactive Discovery Garden, with 8 acres of gardens with local plant life. Longue Vue House and Gardens – Your house, your gardens.

15) Swamp Tour -Take a swamp tour by boat to see Alligators, Snakes, Frogs, Nutria, Turtles, Fish, Crabs, Raccoons, Nutria and perhaps the occasional Bald Eagle. Some options provided here by Trip Advisor: New Orleans Swamp Tours - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) (

16) Ghost Tour – Some options provided here from Trip Advisor: THE 10 BEST New Orleans Ghost Tours (Updated 2024) - Tripadvisor

17) Cemetery Tour – Take a guided tour in St. Louis Cemetery No.1. Home - Cemetery Tours New Orleans (

18) Ogden Museum of Southern Art - Ogden Museum of Southern Art - New Orleans Art Museum

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