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Visit a former plantation and ride through the swamp during this two-in-one tour. Start with a visit to Oak Alley Plantation for a tour of the antebellum mansion. Follow the oak-shaded paths to the blacksmith shop during your free time. Lunch is available to purchase at the restaurant on-site. Next, head to the dock for your swamp tour. Search for alligators and other wildlife and stop for photo ops while aboard an airboat. Round-trip hotel transport provided from New Orleans.
Get a taste of 18th-century New Orleans while exploring its most notorious haunts aboard a mule-drawn carriage. Join a small group of no more than eight people for an intimate evening tour through the French Quarter, where rollicking nightlife conceals a past filled with dark deeds, natural disasters, and supernatural sightings. Hear the city's most salacious history from a guide as you clip-clop your way past iron-laced balconies, darkened alleys, and southern mansions steeped in legend.
Discover New Orleans’ dark side on this haunted history ghost tour. Hear tales of famous hauntings from your local guide, and visit the French Quarter’s most infamous and eerie locations—hotspots for paranormal investigators and historical videographers. By the end, you’ll see the Vieux Carré in a different (and profoundly more ominous) light.
Opt for an alternative sightseeing experience of New Orleans during a horse and carriage tour of the French Quarter, undoubtedly the city’s most captivating enclave. While your guide provides entertaining narration, canter past landmarks such as Jackson Square, Napoleon House, and St. Louis Cathedral. Plus, stop at St. Louis Cemetery—home to the tomb of Voodoo priestess Marie Laveau—for a short walking tour.
Experience New Orleans’ dark side on a fun paranormal-themed outing. Take an affordable group walking tour through the French Quarter with an entertaining guide. Hear stories about ghosts and vampires, unsolved murders and mysterious hauntings as you walk from bar to bar, equipped with a real EMF Meter-Paranormal Detector and grabbing drinks to go.
Discover the most legendary vampire haunts in New Orleans on this 2‐hour evening walking tour! Your local guide will lead a lamplit promenade through the French Quarter to visit places imbibed in vampire lore such as the filming location of Interview with a Vampire. You’ll also hear some ‘real’ stories of the undead from public archives and police reports, and peek in at a known vampire tavern. Think twice before accepting any free drinks!
Save time with a full-day tour from New Orleans that combines a boat tour of the Louisiana swamp with a visit to either Oak Alley Plantation or Laura Plantation. Both plantations are located within a short drive of the swamp, so you can make the most of your excursion. Learn about the swamp’s ecosystem and wildlife from your boat captain, and hear about the plantation’s history during a guided tour.
Explore New Orleans' celebrated breweries and sample some of the city’s signature beers on this 3-hour afternoon tour. Locals love to drink — and make — beer! Accompany your expert guide on a leisurely ride by limo van to several New Orleans nano- and microbreweries for some fun and informative beer tasting. Enjoy sampling at least eight craft beers and getting a behind-the-scenes look at brewmasters in action! This is the only brewery tour in New Orleans that does hotel pick up and gets exclusive behind the scenes access to the brewing floors!
Cruise from the banks of the Mississippi River to the streets of Tremé with ease on this half-day Creole New Orleans tour by electric bike. Ride past telling monuments and through the streets of the original Creole Faubourg Marigny as your guide shares insight into New Orleans trivia and lore with a focus on Creole culture. Stop to snap photos and ask questions—it’s easy to chat with your guide on this small-group tour of just 10 people or fewer.
- Tour one of the smallest (but most eclectic!) distilleries in Louisiana, while getting an up-close look at all of the equipment utilized in the process.- Learn about the origins of sugar cane production across the world and uncover how it's evolution influenced our modern-day styles of rum- Explore the art and chemistry behind the fermentation, distillation, and aging processes, and the specific techniques employed in our process to make such a distinctive rum- Sample a variety of award-winning rums and discover your favorites! All are carefully hand-crafted on site and harness the vibrant sugar cane industry of Louisiana.- Meet and speak with the actual rum makers as we give you a behind-the-scenes look at this time-honored process
Experience a classic NOLA dining experience like a VIP with this special access pass to Mister Gregory’s French Quarter Shrimp Boil. Start with a muffaletta tasting and appetizers of local blue crab and alligator tail while admiring views of Armstrong Park. Watch as chefs prepare the boil, then dig into this authentic New Orleans dish—save room for dessert. All the while, local performers keep you entertained.
Venture beyond New Orleans to the wilds of the Louisiana bayous on a small-group kayaking tour of the Manchac and Maurepas swamps. Climb aboard a tandem kayak and paddle through a lush landscape of cypress forests and wetlands teeming with wildlife. No kayaking experience is necessary, as a guide will teach you everything need to know to enjoy this Southern-style adventure.
Explore New Orleans through the eyes of a local on this hyper-authentic tour of the Crescent City. From the Bywater to Bayou Saint John, get off the beaten track and discover parts of New Orleans privy to local knowledge. Get insights into the city’s rich culture and history along the way, plus insider travel tips to enhance your trip.
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.
Discover the atmospheric swamps surrounding New Orleans on a fascinating 2-hour airboat tour, led by a professional guide. In a small group, head to the outskirts of the city and climb aboard an airboat destined for the rich flora and fauna of the swamplands. Enrich your natural knowledge as you listen to intriguing commentary from your guide; scour the scenery for sightings of ferocious alligators; and feel your adrenaline levels surge as you accelerate and reach high speeds.
Discover the spooky side of New Orleans with a historian-led walking tour. Visit haunted locations throughout the French Quarter such as the Lalaurie Mansion and May Bailey’s Brothel. Hear stories from local history over the leisurely stroll. This tour is kid-friendly and based on historical research.
This haunted house tour is led by a professional historian and perfect for travelers who want a behind-the-scenes look at the ghosts and spirits that still lurk in the Big Easy. Listen to real ghost stories as you make your way through the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Enjoy this 3.5-hour tour of Abita Brewery. First travel 30 miles (48 kilometers) outside of New Orleans to one of America’s largest producing craft beer breweries, Abita Brewery. Learn about the beer-making process, and sample four tastings, too. Then head back to New Orleans. Tour groups are limited to just 20 guests, ensuring an intimate and informative experience.
Experience New Orleans from a perspective rare to visitors on a carriage ride through the French Quarter. In addition to navigating for you, your guide tells anecdotes about the historic landmarks from Jackson Square to Bourbon Street. Booking a private tour ensures the itinerary is customized to your own interests, whether it be a food–themed tour or a quiet, romantic ride.
Treat yourself to the Halloween of a lifetime with an eerie 2-hour French Quarter walking tour! Wind through darkened alleys, and hear tales of famous hauntings and mayhem from your entertaining guide. You’ll stop at sites of paranormal activity such as the Ursuline Convent and the LaLaurie Mansion, home to the murderous Delphine LaLaurie. Enjoy a night of tale-telling featuring notorious characters, voodoo, ghosts, vampires and more.
Leave the tourist crowds of the French Quarter behind and discover the flavors of New Orleans like a local on a 2.5- to 3-hour food tour. Offered in either the Garden District or Bywater Neighborhood, you have the flexibility to choose the itinerary that most appeals to your palate. Whichever you pick, enjoy food and drinks at three local joints that you won’t find in a typical guidebook.
Walk in the footsteps of wandering spirits, voodoo priests, and bloodthirsty vampires on a 2-hour evening romp through New Orleans. Operating since 1992, this is one of the original French Quarter ghost tours that brings to life the chilling legends of America’s most haunted city.
Among the best ways to get a feel for New Orleans is to get out and walk it, but the standard self-guided tours can get a bit dull. Take one of these 3-hour smartphone-guided scavenger hunts and a three-hour window of your day will suddenly turn into adventure. Solve puzzles, study clues and celebrate at the finish, all while navigating the historic streets and taking in the sights of the Big Easy.