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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.
Discover nooks of New Orleans that never made it into a guidebook on this street art tour of the Crescent City. Head to murals by popular artists—including Banksy—and get the chance to take a photo in front of your favorites for a super Instagram-able tour. Plus, get a local perspective on New Orleans sights and travel tips from your guide along the way.
Take the historic hop on hop off streetcar - at your own additional cost - into the neighbourhoods of New Orleans and beyond the French Quarter. Come along to discover the flavor of the Warehouse District, the Irish Channel, the Lower Garden District, and Uptown. Check out national museums, historic graveyards, southern Gothic mansions and fabulous local haunts. Most of all check out the local, off the beaten path New Orleans.Places to stop along the way include The World War II Museum, Ogden Museum, Commander's Palace, Lafayette Cemetery No 1, Coquette, Basin, The Bulldog, The Balcony, Fleurty Girl, Magazine Street Antique Mall, Blue Cypress Books, Live Oak Cafe, Oak, The Magnolia Grill and Rum House.The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline. Simply buy a ticket for the streetcar and hit play to enjoy the tour.
This is a private photo shoot just for you! Whether you are traveling alone, with friends or family everything about this photo shoot is customized to meet your needs. With over 300 years of history New Orleans has a lot to offer. Whether you want to wander the French Quarter, take a stroll under the live oaks on Saint Charles Avenue, adventure on the banks of the Mississippi River, or enjoy some peace and quiet in one the New Orleans beautiful parks the city is our back drop and where we go is up to you.
We will be touring all around the Historic French Quarter and 2 historic surrounding neighborhoods of the Marigny and Treme.We will talk about the rich cultures, people and traditions of these neighborhoods that date back to the 1700's. From our beginnings as a Native American trading post to a raughty French penal colony to the rich African culture of music and Mardi Gras revelry, we will cover it all!300 years of Creole history from a 6th generation New Orleanian!We start at the Mississippi river and take our time strolling through the French Quarter and chronologically move from the Quarter to the Treme and Marigny.Stops such as Jackson square, Congo square, St. Augustine Church and Frenchmen street and on to the French Market.Mid tour we will grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant and continue on to the most historically significant stops in the French quarter and surrounding neighborhoods.
Explore New Orleans’ colorful history, culture, and architecture with a private walking tour for small groups that includes the historic French Quarter, Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery #1, and a nostalgic ride on the famous St. Charles Street Car. Stroll through the French Quarter with your guide as you hear about the heritage of the Vieux Carre. See Royal Street, filled with antique stores, street musicians and other performers, and walk into Jackson Square. See the Saint Louis Cathedral and the buildings that frame it. Visit the Mighty Mississippi River, the reason New Orleans exists today. Then board the St. Charles Streetcar, the oldest continuously operating Streetcar in the world, to Lafayette Cemetery#1 and the beautiful Garden District. Tour Lafayette Cemetery #1, and learn about the unique above-ground tombs and burial process. Stroll through the Garden District, all while being dazzled by the opulent wealth of the early American settlement.