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New Orleans by Streetcar

By Viator, November 2013

4.5 36 Reviews | Add your review

One of only two moving national monuments, the New Orleans Streetcars are something special. Hop aboard and take a ride through New Orleans oldest districts and explore this amazing city in traditional New Orleans fashion. Mahogany seats, brass fittings, and exposed light bulbs make for an old-timey feel. Functional and fun, these old Streetcars will take you from downtown to uptown and back again – all for less than the price of a cup of coffee.

St Charles Line

Probably the most popular line, the St. Charles Streetcar line takes passengers along a 13.2 mile crescent from the Central Business District downtown to various stops uptown along the famous St. Charles Avenue. See the mansions and live oaks of St. Charles, visit Audubon Park, or head back into the city on this line.

Canal Street Line

This is your typical commuter line and shuttles residents from Mid-City to Downtown day in and day out. Travelling along Canal, take the Canal Street Line to get from downtown to the New Orleans Museum of Art or City Park.

The Riverfront Line

A great line for tourists who want to see the New Orleans riverfront but don’t want to walk its banks, the Riverfront Line takes you to the Mississippi River’s main attractions. See the Aquarium of the Americas, stop by the French Market, or have a beignet at Café du Monde – all on the Riverfront Line.

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New Orleans City Sightseeing and Hurricane Katrina Small-Group Tour

4.5 star rating: Recommended 36 Reviews

The tenacious city of New Orleans showcases her rebuilding efforts and her Southern charm on this combination city tour that includes both the city’s old ...  Read more

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

From USD $75.00

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