Join this 2-hour stroll through the "lower" French Quarter. You will visit the quieter end of the Historic neighborhood to discuss the history among prohibition, prostitution, civil war veterans, nuns, and much more. You begin the tour at Latrobe Park near the entrance to the French Market and end the tour at the center square of Bernard de Marigny's Plantation turned bohemian neighborhood, the Marigny. The total distance covered is about 1-mile. You will walk for about 2-hours with a few resting points. There are many stories to tell about what makes New Orleans so unique and impressive and this lively tour is sure to keep you entertained and interested in what you are seeing and hearing. Bring plenty of water in the summer!
A grand m'lange presentation of Cajun and Creole cultures starting with a boat tour of the cypress swamps. Enjoy a traditional lunch at one of the oldest Plantations in the south, Oak Alley Plantation, followed by a guided tour of this grand mansion. Later in the afternoon visit Laura, a Creole Plantation and her historic slave quarters surrounded by sugar cane fields. The small-group atmosphere with maximum 13 people ensures a more personal experience.
This small-group tour is perfect for those who love mystery! Your expert guide will lead you through the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald in the summer of 1963, meet the odd cast of characters with whom he was associating, and learn about the strange, thought-provoking circumstances that were excluded from the 'official' reports! In 2.5 hours, you will see all the downtown New Orleans sites relevant to the conspiracy theories of the JFK assassination. At the end of the tour, you will have some questions answered and new ones raised. This is the most well-researched tour in town!
Treat yourself to a mouth-watering crash course in New Orleans' culinary traditions with lots of great recommendations! This is not a tasting tour, but rather two hours jam-packed with everything you need to know to get the most out of every morsel in New Orleans. Your dedicated guide will lead you through the French Quarter of New Orleans, telling you the stories behind the dishes, chefs, home cooks, and restaurants that make this city a food-lover's paradise!
Explore the traditional tastes of the Big Easy with this 3-hour New Orleans food tour through the city's most delicious and historic neighborhoods. Get a glimpse into the city's cuisine, history, culture, and architecture from classic jambalaya and po' boys'to landmark hotels and historical buildings.'Special Offer - Book by September 1, 2017 to save 10% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!
This New Orleans tour is a ghost lover's trick and a skeptic's treat. You'll hear celebrated stories of ghosts and gore will be the centerpiece of the experience. Notorious tales will be told with dramatic flair, followed by historical tidbits and factual references that shed a discerning light on the topic. This 2-hour tour is an entertaining twist on a perennial favorite tour option. There is a maximum of 12 travelers allowed in this public, group tour and is offered evenings at 6pm. Dress comfortably as this is a walking tour. In event of inclement weather, bring an umbrella or prepare accordingly because tours will still happen, rain or shine. Additional stops might be included along the way. Any food and drinks are not included in the price of this tour.
Go beyond New Orleans to tour two grand Louisiana plantations on the banks of the Mississippi River. Watch guides in period costume bring to life the history of Oak Alley Plantation, named after a double row of live oaks planted nearly 300 years ago. Then tour the Creole Laura Plantation with its sweeping sugarcane fields and historically significant slave quarters. Admire several other plantations on the Great River Road from afar, and learn their unique stories. This small-group tour allows a limited number of people to ensure a more personalized attention from your guide.
New Orleans has survived plagues, invasion, hurricanes, and managed to develop into a culture whose roots go far deeper than the reformation or the settling of Jamestown. But, like everyone else, we lost more than a few of our people along the way. It's how we coped (and continue to do so) that's so extraordinary.
For as low as 40USD a day, see more and save more with New Orleans Power Pass! For one low price, visitors receive free entry to all the most exciting attractions in town - a combined value of almost 500USD in admission fees.Special Offer - Travel by September 30, 2017 and save 15% when you purchase a 3-day pass! - Book Now!
Bring your dog along on this lovely romp through our favorite neighborhood. An international city, New Orleans is famous around the world for her history, her generosity, and her contributions culture.Special Offer - Travel by September 30, 2017 and save 25% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!
Savor the beauty and romance of New Orleans from the decks of the Steamboat Natchez! Cruise along the Mississippi River while enjoying live jazz music, a buffet dinner and gorgeous sights. This authentic paddle-wheel steamboat in New Orleans is one of only six still operating on the Mississippi River.
Eat your way through the French Quarter on this 3-hour New Orleans food tour. Taste classic dishes like pralines, po-boys, jambalaya, gumbo, and other Creole specialties. Learn about the city's culinary history, which is'strongly influenced by Louisiana's French heritage and the vibrant Creole population.Special Offer - Book by September 1, 2017 to save 10% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!