Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Ogden Museum of Southern Art Reviews
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We enjoyed every tour, every attraction and everything about New Orleans. This was the perfect way to save some money yet get the full experience of this beautiful, exciting city. Highly recommend it to anyone!
The Power Pass is an easy way to save a lot of money doing most of the wonderful things that New Orleans has to offer. Very worth the purchase price. So easy to use. The brochure you get with the pass explains everything and everywhere the pass can be used. Also includes maps of the various neighborhoods where the attractions are located. It mentioned things I didn't even know about. What a bargain!
Not enough user friendly attractions.Lovely place.
Don't bother it was a waste of money book your tour's when you get to New Orleans
I had a great time. I saved a lot of money. I went to the Louisiana Museum, swamp tour, aquarium, all the plantations, my favorite was oak alley. Long Vue, where it is located can surprise you. But in all of it the Steamboat Natchez was my favorite. There was so much to do and so little time.
I would recommend this because it allows you to fit more things into your budget. And you can skip the ticket line at some places. The only negatives were that the swamp tour had to be booked through another company than what was listed and that transportation to the swamp/plantation tours was both not included and a little over priced at $25pp. Knowing that beforehand would make it easier to make arrangements ahead of time.
At first a three day pass seemed like a good deal and a money saver but as it turned out, several of the attractions we wanted to see were far from the city and required a source of transportation.Specifically the swamp tour as well as the plantation tours required a car to get to. Renting a car was an extra expense that we had to pay for so in the end we did not save as much as we hoped to. Also, be sure to plan ahead as many of the tours have specific dates and times..and remember despite all those attractions listed you only have so many hours in 1 day...
Easy procedure and tours are good.
First time in NOLA. Totally had an amazing experience the whole week. Most impressed by the pride and hospitality shown by all of the people connected with the tours I was able to enjoy using the power pass. Can't wait to go back.
had a great time but forgot museums were closed on Mondays, had to change plan after getting there. What a great city
Not sure why we had to pick tickets up downtown - this was very inconvenient. Was not told that could only use transportation once per day.
Led to believe that tours included transportation ie. passed on the swamp tour because of the excessive cost of transportation. I find your advertisement as at least misleading.
would never use this service again - would have been easier and cheaper to arrange from our hotel.
Everything was very good. We had no trouble making reservations and doing the things we chose.
The entire experience in New Orleans was FANTASTIC! Our hotel was great and all the tours and activities were wonderful. The restaurants outstanding and the Bars, what more can be said. Had agreat time and will be back.
The pass was easy to use and it saved us a lot of money.
It is well worth it to get the Power Pass, but you need to be well organized and know when tours are given, because Grey Lines themselves are not very well organized and consistent with what they do or do not tell you. Some staff are ok, but overall, the worst part of getting the Viator Pass was eealing with the Grey Lines staff.