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Maximize time in New Orleans with a power pass to top city attractions. Get fast-track entry and free admission to the Audubon Zoo, the New Orleans bus tour, the Louisiana Children’s Museum, and more. The pass also offers access to walking tours such as the Haunted History Walking Tour. Choose between a pass for 1 day or several day pass according to your needs.
The World War II Museum is one of the most popular museums in New Orleans. Spend more time visiting the extended collections and less time waiting in line when you book your admission in advance. Beat the crowds and take a guided tour of the museum before it’s open to the public—from a Museum Campus Pass to a ticket to the 4D experience “Beyond All Boundaries,” you get the VIP experience.
Get an insider’s explanation of the Music Box Village in New Orleans—an interactive public art installation featuring dozens of “musical houses.” On this docent-guided tour, learn about the village’s origins and the inspiration behind the large-scale pieces designed by local artists. There's plenty of time to tinker, explore, and play at this one-of-a-kind gallery.
Go behind the scenes at the National WWII Museum, rated the top attraction in New Orleans and one of the best museums in the US. During this half-day experience, you'll get a chance to see and handle rare wartime artifacts from the museum’s private Center for Collections & Archives. Plus, sit down with expert historians during a curator’s luncheon for firsthand insight into museum exhibits and programs.
In a city treasured for its old and unique architecture, there are only a few historic homes open to the public as museums. Come experience this one-of-a-kind 1826 house in the quiet, residential end of the French Quarter and hear how the lives of its inhabitants reflected the history of their times.