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All reviews unique shops lots of shops fun shopping great place to shop candy store art galleries mardi gras historic area few blocks few hours railroad museum walk around cruise ship lots of fun hurricane ike taffy confectionery
Multitude of cute shops, several tourist traps, but what do you expect? Seriously a fun place to see, and a little out of the ordinary. The old-fashioned soda / sweet shop at the end is worth the stop. Would definitely visit again.
Not only is this a collection of some great old buildings, many of which have been lovingly restored, but it's also a stroll through some interesting - and curious - shops as well as restaurants. It's right near the harbor so great way to take...More
Went after Christmas. Not too crowded. It is fun to shop & see the old architecture on the Strand. There is a trolley you can ride so you don’t have to search for parking. The Trolley goes from the Seawall too.
Since my first Mardi Gras in 1986 I've been in love with the Strand District. The big fire left a lot in ashes but they've rebuilt with gusto. Many new lofts, trendy little resturants and bars. Shops to stroll in and out off. The Strand...More
I believe the shops are open 7 days a week. If cruise ships are in port, everything will be open for sure. I didnt spend much time on The Strand in the early evening, other than dining, but the touristy shops were... More
I believe the shops are open 7 days a week. If cruise ships are in port, everything will be open for sure. I didnt spend much time on The Strand in the early evening, other than dining, but the touristy shops were still open.