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Enjoy a fully narrated city tour of historic New Orleans, where you will visit the world famous French Quarter, Jackson Square, Audubon Park and even uncover the mysteries surrounding Voodoo. Then take to the waters on the Natchez Riverboat for a 2 hour cruise on the Mississippi River. Come and discover New Orleans today!
Discover four generations of Creole history at the Laura Plantation with an informative tour of this well-preserved estate. Located just an hour from New Orleans on the Great River Road, Laura Plantation was founded in 1804 and provides a vivid window into Louisiana's Creole past. Learn about the family and slaves who lived here during a guided tour of the manor house, slave quarters, sugar fields and gardens.
Get the full Louisiana dining and imbibing experience with a New Orleans cooking class followed by French Quarter cocktail tour. Learn the fundamentals of preparing classic Creole dishes such as gumbo, jambalaya, and pralines during a live chef demo and tasting. Then visit historic French Quarter bars with a cocktail‐savvy guide. Sip on handcrafted mixes and learn the origin of New Orleans most celebrated drinks.
They say the freaks come out at night, but so will your small group, led by a master storyteller. The destination? New Orleans' oldest active cemetery: St Louis. Founded in 1789 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, St Louis Cemetery is the final resting place of infamous and famous characters such as Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, slave holder Delphine LaLaurie, and the pirate-smuggler-architect Barthelemy Lafon.
Take a big bite out of the Big Easy on this culinary walking tour of the Freret neighborhood in New Orleans. This charming uptown neighborhood packs all the charm and flavor of the French Quarter without any of the crowds and offers you an authentic taste of New Orleans food and culture.
Experience New Orleans’ vibrant jazz scene on a night out with a knowledgeable local guide. Learn about jazz’s origins and culture and visit landmarks like Louis Armstrong Park, Marigny, and Frenchman Street. Enjoy a beer and leave the tour armed with recommendations and insights from your guide.
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.
Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for one year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for the number of days purchased.
Experience the elegance of New Orleans’ antebellum south on this full-day historical plantation tour. In a small‐group, visit San Francisco Plantation and Houmas House Plantation, where you’ll view stunning architecture, oak‐lined esplanades, and former slave quarters while hearing fascinating – and often somber – pre‐Civil war histories from expert guides. You'll also enjoy a private luncheon, served exclusively for your group at Houmas House.
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!
Discover the haunted history and culture of New Orleans on a tour that visits cemeteries and other allegedly haunted locations. Whether a skeptic or a believer, it can be creepy to visit cemeteries on your own, but, a group tour offers security. Plus, a guide enhances the experience with historical details and haunted tales.
Customize a visit to Louisiana's famous River Road on an afternoon tour that lets you choose which historic plantation to visit. Learn about antebellum life the tragic effects of the slave trade at either Oak Alley, Laura, or Whitney plantations—each offering a unique perspective on the era. Transportation from New Orleans hotels makes it easy to explore this complex chapter of history without renting a car.
Forget the stress of booking a (sometimes unreliable) taxi or shuttle to New Orleans’ Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY). Reserve this cost‐efficient private transfer for a quick, convenient and comfortable ride to the airport from your New Orleans or Kenner hotel. With this reliable transfer, relax and arrive at the airport relaxed with time to spare!
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of New Orleans on a food tour of the French Quarter. Rather than research and plan on your own, your guide ensures you hit restaurants and hidden gems that visitors often miss for food tastings that range from Creole crepes to blackened catfish. Rest assured that a small group size provides an intimate, personalized experience.
Established in 1787, Destrehan Plantation is the oldest documented Plantation in the lower Mississippi River valley. Take a step back in time on a French Creole plantation, and let our historical interpreters captivate you with stories of free and enslaved families who lived there. Experience a true-life storytelling of the Destrehan family and enslaved plantation workers. See an original document signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison and an exhibit and intimate account of Charles Paquet, an enslaved mulatto and master builder components. Explore the Education Center displaying the 1811 Slave Revolt and the Rost Home Colony/Freedman’s Bureau exhibits. The Legacy Room showcases original artifacts and documents from the family members. Destrehan Plantation is only 30 minutes from New Orleans and 10 minutes from the New Orleans International Airport, and your tour includes pickup from most centrally located New Orleans locations.
Upon arriving at the New Orleans airport, forget the stress of trying to find a taxi while lugging around your bags. Instead reserve a seat in this shared‐ride door‐to‐door transfer for a comfortable ride from the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) to your New Orleans hotel or cruise ship port. Service available daily from 3am‐2am. Quick, easy and cost‐efficient!
Explore one of New Orleans’ oldest and most atmospheric neighborhoods on a walking tour of the Garden District. Admire the oak avenues and manicured landscaping that give this lush locale its name, and see some of America’s finest examples of historic southern architecture, including the ornate homes of local celebrities and famous former residents. Plus, visit the Garden District’s most haunted highlight, the above-ground tombs of legendary Lafayette Cemetery No. 1.
Feel the spirit of the Old South on a 5-hour private Oak Alley Plantation tour from New Orleans. Stroll along a postcard-perfect canopy of knotty oak trees and tour the ‘Big House,’ a restored example of antebellum elegance. Learn about the Greek Revival-style estate and its former inhabitants from guides donning period costumes, tour the home’s opulent rooms, then continue on your own to wander the enchanting grounds before returning to the city.
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.
This adult-only tour of New Orleans introduces you to some of the city’s most scandalous history. From mobsters to madams, hear true tales from New Orleans’ rowdy past—you won’t get them on any other tour. As you walk through the French Quarter with your small group of no more than 15, your guide shares grim and blush-worthy moments alike that contribute to New Orleans’ district culture.
Immerse yourself in New Orleans’ haunted side on this private evening walking tour. As you explore haunted sites in the French Quarter, such as the LaLaurie House and many others, your local guide will entertain you with stories about ghosts, voodoo, vampires and witchcraft that are sure to give you goose bumps! You'll also stop by a local bar to enjoy drinks (not included.) Tour ends a few blocks from departure point in the French Quarter.
Please contact local supplier to confirm tour time on your selected day.
See the many faces of New Orleans on this 3-hour private tour. Your guide, a local historian, will lead you through the Lower Ninth Ward and the ever-evolving Warehouse/Arts District. Explore the scenic Garden District, known for its oak-lined streets, lush gardens, and impressive Victorian mansions. End your tour with a visit to the historic Lafayette Cemetery.
Lose yourself in the atmospheric depths of the New Orleans swamps and wetlands on an exhilarating 2-hour boat tour, led by a professional guide. Cruise past ancient wonders and listen to legends surrounding a 2000-year-old Indian burial mound and an atmospheric Cajun cemetery. Scour the Barataria Swamps for sightings of fascinating wildlife such as snakes, turtles and ferocious alligators, and learn about the area’s history and geology from your knowledgeable guide. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation by luxury vehicle fro your New Orleans hotel.