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Eat and drink your way through the French Quarter on a culinary walking tour designed to highlight New Orleans’ rich gastronomic heritage. Visit local institutions and holes-in-the-wall, taste a range of dishes and buy culinary souvenirs, like hot sauce and decadent pralines. Enjoy food samples at eat that stop, which add up to the equivalent of a full meal.
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.
Peek behind the curtain at the marvel of Mardi Gras with this tour of Mardi Gras World in New Orleans. See the behind-the-scenes work and incredible artistry that goes into preparing for the annual celebration. With a guide, learn the history of the event, and see fantastic floats and props. Get a picture in front of your favorite float, dress up in costumes, and sample some classic King Cake.
Wind through bustling and beautiful New Orleans on a fun and educational Segway tour. An expert guide leads you through the colorful French Quarter, along the mighty Mississippi River, and to Louis Armstrong Park and Jackson Square, sharing insight into the city’s architectural history and diverse colonial heritage. Upgrade to a longer tour to include a visit to the Tremé neighborhood and Congo Square.
Discover the beauty and history of New Orleans by bike on a morning or afternoon tour of the city's eclectic neighborhoods. Enjoy a guided ride through the classic French Quarter and hip neighboring Faubourg Marigny. Cruise by the opulent Esplanade Avenue, St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, City Park and more. Along the way, learn about the city’s colorful history from clashing colonial settlements and Creole society to contemporary culture.
Step back in time on this historic walking tour of New Orleans’ Garden District with an experienced guide. Learn about life and death in the city and its unique above-ground crypts and gravesites. Walk shady avenues lined with antebellum homes, and hear how a small riverside settlement grew into a lavish, wealthy city. See a wide range of architectural styles in the elegant Garden District neighborhood then get local tips on the city’s best places to enjoy New Orleans' finest music, food, and drink.
Experience many of New Orlean’s highlights and attractions on a comprehensive all-day tour. Meet your local guide and small group and start your excursion with a complimentary praline. See the inside of a Garden District mansion, explore the French Quarter, ride a street car, visit the city’s most haunted building, enjoy a beignet and catch picturesque views of the Mississippi river—all on one fun and convenient outing.
Maximize time in New Orleans with a sightseeing bus tour. Explore beyond the beauty of the French Quarter to see other neighborhoods including the Garden District, Treme, and the 9th Ward. Learn about city culture and history as you travel along Frenchmen Street, Esplanade Avenue, and more. Hotel pick-up and drop-off are included.
Enjoy an educational and leisurely stroll through one of New Orleans' most gorgeous neighborhoods on this walking tour of the Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. Hear about the history of the stately mansions along the tree-lined streets before visiting one of the city's haunting cemeteries.
New Orleans may be notorious for its ghost stories, but the city is also home to a host of shocking true crime that's too grisly to make up. On this adults-only evening tour, roam through the lively French Quarter with a guide who shares the gruesome details of crimes ripped straight from headlines and police reports. From the beastly LaLaurie and Trunk murders to the Katrina Cannibal, these tales are not for the faint of heart.
Delve into the stories behind the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans during a French Quarter walking tour. Take in famous landmarks including Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, and the Mississippi River, along with lesser-known places of interest. Hear from your guide about the architecture and heritage of the district, and get the inside scoop on recommended places for shopping and dining as well.
Tour the Oak Alley Plantation, named for the alley of centuries-old oaks leading up to the antebellum Big House. Follow the oak-shaded paths to the blacksmith shop and a souvenir shop during your free time. Alcoholic drinks and lunch are available to purchase at the restaurant on-site, with round-trip hotel transport provided from New Orleans.
This is a Custom Private Driving Tour for your group only and can include up to 7 persons at one flat rate fee. Your group will be in a comfortable SUV. We can customize each tour to fit your specific requests around the New Orleans area. We can include stops for coffee, beignets, daiquiris, lunch or whatever your group wants. Our tours are interesting and fun but include strictly facts. No fiction about ghosts, voodoo, or vampire stories.Yes we include humor (loosely defined term) and a relaxed atmosphere. I promise you will laugh and learn.You will have the opportunity to ask as many questions as you want about the area and we'll be honest and open with you in our explanations. We do not exaggerate or include stories that can't be fact checked. My passion is to take you out of the French Quarter and show you the rest of this beautiful city. We love our beautiful city and you'll understand why once you have attended our 3 to 4 hour tour. (Yes, we can include the French Quarter)
Enjoy an informative walking tour in the Garden District of New Orleans led by an expert guide. Stroll around the opulent neighborhood to see historic homes including the Buckner Mansion, which served as the set for Miss Robichaux's Academy in the TV series ‘American Horror Story: Coven.’ Learn about the history of the stately houses and see where celebrities such as Sandra Bullock, Anne Rice, and Peyton and Eli Manning have lived. Check out The Rink and the historic Lafayette Cemetery at tour's end.
Journey back in time on this full-day tour of Oak Alley and Laura plantations from New Orleans. Enjoy the natural beauty surrounding the 19th-century plantations located along the Mississippi River. Admire the famous double-row of oak trees at Oak Alley, and visit the restored Creole-style Laura Plantation with original slave cabins still standing. Gain historical insight on the guided tours, and enjoy free time to explore on your own. Hotel transport included.
Discover the best of ‘The Big Easy’ on this full-day tour through New Orleans. Sample some of the city’s world-famous food like beignets and gumbo, sip on cocktails in the French Quarter, and end the tour listening to a bit of jazz. Learn about the history of the Mardi Gras city and how the city came to be the cultural melting pot that it is today.
Catch a glimpse of the Mississippi Valley's rich and conflicted past on a historic tour of Laura Plantation from New Orleans. Take a 5.5-hour journey through this renowned site, a Creole plantation notable for colorful manor house and considered by some to be the best historic plantation in the region. View unique Creole architecture, vibrant gardens, and enduring sugar cane fields while learning about the plantation’s fascinating — and often somber — history from your expert guide.
Save money on your New Orleans adventures with this sightseeing package that includes three walking tours and a 3-day, hop-on hop-off bus ticket for a very affordable price. You’ll get a guided tour of St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, The Garden District, and the French Quarter, as well as a self-guided tour of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 and a 3-day bus ticket that lets you explore the city as you wish.
If only these walls could talk……. PORT of PASSAGE tells the untold story of how New Orleans, became the busiest slave port city in the United States with over 1 million enslaved transferred. This tour explores the journey of those who survived the perils journey from AFRICA across the ATLANTIC OCEAN. While on your walking-tour visit the trade location where free man SOLOMAN NORTHUP author of the bestselling Novel 12 YEARS A SLAVE was sold into slavery and began his 12 years journey as a slave in 1841.Before Plantations….. See ACTUAL SLAVE QUARTERS and EXCHANGE LOCATIONS nestled tightly and privately within the French Quarter. Learn about early CUSTOMS, FAITH, and LAWS, of SOUTHERN CULTURE and those who played such an intricate part in much of New Orleans landscape, Architecture, Music, and food.CREOLELA’S PORT OF PASSAGE Tour, is a MUST DO, NON-FICTIONAL, EDUCATIONAL, walking - tour of the HISTORICAL FRENCH QUARTER.If only these walls could talk…….
Pedal through two centuries of New Orleans history on a combo bike tour of the French Quarter and Garden District. Learn about the city’s Creole roots as you ride along the banks of the Mississippi and through the legendary streets of the oldest neighborhood in town. Then, cross over to the ‘American’ side, where stately southern mansions overlook leafy boulevards and the time-worn tombs of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. It’s a great way to meet the many faces of New Orleans while enjoying fresh air and exercise.
On this Garden District walking tour, meander down tree-lined alleys and past grand antebellum homes while learning about the historic neighborhood from your guide. Your guide shares local perspective on the posh 19th century district and historic Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, the filming location for famous movies such as Interview with a Vampire. A small-group tour offers a more personalized experience.
Get your kids marching to the tune of New Orleans on a family-friendly romp through the French Quarter. Explore the city’s history with pictures and stories, from pirates and voodoo to jazz and Cajun culture, and treat young tastes buds to some local snacks. An entertaining guide tailors games and activities to kids’ ages on this small-group tour that has the whole family wearing Mardi Gras beads and stomping in a second-line parade, just like locals.
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.
Explore New Orleans’ jazz and cocktail scenes on a fun and far-reaching afternoon tour. With a local guide leading the way, learn about jazz’s origins and explore musical landmarks like Marginy and Louis Armstrong Park. Escape the beaten path in the French Quarter and visit a legendary 18th-century haunt. Enjoy a beer and five cocktail samples included in the tour price.