- TripBuzz found 67 things to do with kids in or near Gretna, Louisiana, including 57 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner and Barataria.
- From Area 51 Laser Tag to Gretna Heritage Playground, the Gretna area offers 55 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Sports Facilities/Fields, Hiking Trails and Laser Tag.
- Beckoning history buffs from around the world, the city of Gretna offers an abundance of small town charm and a rich German heritage. Situated along the west banks of the Mississippi River, the city is home to many waterfront shops and dining options as well as water recreation. Other points of interest include walking tours of the cities architecture and nearby museums.
Gattuso's Neighborhood Bar & Restaurant 435 Huey P Long Avenue, Gretna, LA MoreLess Info
Classic New Orleans comfort fare, including award-winning roast-beef po boy, served at eatery with live music on weekends
1539 Lafayette St, Ste B, Gretna, LA 70053 MoreLess Info
Area 51 Laser Tag offers an exciting experience for all ages, specializing in premier birthday parties. The center features laser tag, PS3 and PC gaming stations, as well as food and drink service.
Owned and maintained by the City of Gretna, the Gretna Heritage Playground features a large play area with structures and equipment suitable for children of all ages. The playground also has benches for parents to sit.
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2301 Belle Chasse Highway, Gretna, LA 70053 MoreLess Info
At Mel Ott Park & Recreation Center, visitors can enjoy outdoor activities like soccer, basketball, and baseball. There are several sports fields, as well as a covered picnic areas that can be used to barbecue at.
Devoted to preserving and celebrating the history and culture of the Gretna area, the Gretna Historical Society preserves historic buildings, maintains archives and collections, and hosts a variety of programs and special events.
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519 Huey P. Long Avenue, Gretna, LA 70053 MoreLess Info
The German-American Cultural Center was founded in 1990 in the National Register Historic District of the city which was first settled by German immigrants in the 1880s. The center interprets the contribution of German immigrants through exhibits, programs, and educational activities.