Download New Orleans and Louisiana-Inspired Coloring Pages
We’ve been blessed with beautiful spring weather during our quarantine, unfortunately, social distancing has kept us from enjoying some of our favorite New Orleans activities. To ease the pain, our team pulled together some of our favorite, FREE coloring pages, and activity books to help pass the time as we daydream about enjoying our beautiful city together again.
Color a snoball, a shotgun house, or Louisiana animal with local artist Sarah Clostio’s Louisiana-themed coloring pages.
Download some freebies from New Orleans artist Terrance Osborne, whose new “Front Line” piece honors the heroes of the healthcare and service industries.
Walking Man Studios
Color your way through New Orleans with Walking Man Studios Maggie Covert’s coloring pages of our city’s iconic architecture.
Coloring with the Queens
Color the “Queens of New Orleans,” by Jake Thomas, one of the hosts of the New Orleans Public Library’s popular drag queen storytimes.
New Orleans Pelicans
Missing sports? Work your way through a free activity book from the New Orleans Pelicans. You’ll find coloring pages, puzzles, and mazes. You can even design your own basketball court!
New Orleans Saints
It's never too early to get in the football spirit. Download all kinds of coloring pages, color by numbers, puzzles, and football-themed activities from the New Orleans Saints.
Ashley Longshore Studios
Celebrate “Glittered Men” and “Iconic Women” with coloring pages from the one and only Ashley Longshore. You can even submit your masterpiece to get featured!
Audubon Nature Institute
Learn about Louisiana's wildlife with "Petit Pierre" coloring pages from the Audubon Nature Institute.
State of Louisiana
Thanks to the Officer of the Governor, you can color all of the state parishes, the state flower, and even the state crustacean! The Secretary of State also offers a free coloring book with educational information about our state seal, state animals, and more.
We'd love to see your artwork! Post your finished masterpieces on social media and be sure to tag the New Orleans JCC.