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.
Discover the rich history and vibrant culture of New Orleans on this guided Segway tour. At a relaxed pace, explore the bustling French Quarter, cruise along the Mississippi River, stop by Louis Armstrong Park -- the birthplace of jazz -- and visit Jackson Square, surrounded by some of the oldest buildings in the US such as the Cabildo, where the Louisiana Purchase was signed. Your guide will teach you about the city's architecture and French and Spanish colonial past. Choose a 2-hour tour or upgrade to the 3-hour tour.
Board the historic Steamboat Natchez to the delightful tunes of the Steam Calliope. Experience the sights and sounds of river life that enchanted characters of history and literature - like Mark Twain's Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer - and see the bustling activity of America's second largest port!
This city sightseeing tour lets you absorb centuries of history, culture, sights and sounds of the dynamic city New Orleans. The famous French Quarter, the elegant Garden District, and St. Charles Avenue are just a taste of what you’ll experience on this insightful tour.
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!
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Let the good times roll as you discover the Big Easy’s vibrant drinking culture on the original cocktail walking tour of New Orleans. Explore the French Quarter’s famous bars and restaurants as you sip the city’s iconic libations, including the Sazerac and Pimm’s Cup. On the 2.5-hour tour, learn the classic stories behind these unique concoctions as you wander through the colonial architecture of one of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhoods, drinking in history and culture as you go.
Follow the ghosts of the numerous characters of New Orleans' mysterious past! Tour one of the city’s most haunted cemeteries, St Louis Cemetery No. 1 and visit the tomb of the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau. Your guide will explain the unique above-ground burial custom and will give you an in-depth overview of the fascinating evolution of voodoo.
Visit the dark and mysterious world of the undead on this popular New Orleans vampire tour. Walk with your theatrical guide through the French Quarter and hear haunting legends of New Orleans’ famous vampires – ‘real’ and fictional. Visit sites associated with these creatures of the night, where you’ll hear chilling tales and learn of scandalous acts. Stop at a notable vampire tavern as well as movie locations from ‘Interview With a Vampire’ and other blood-sucking stories. Be sure to bring garlic along – just in case!
Admire the posh homes of New Orleans' Garden District on this morning walking tour. Observe impressive examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture including mansions belonging to Anne Rice, Sandra Bullock and John Goodman. See where Confederate leader Jefferson Davis died, witness the above-ground burial ground at Lafayette Cemetery, and learn about the history of the Garden District from your guide. Your tour includes roundtrip transportation from the French Quarter and refreshments at Magazine PoBoy Shop.
Take a romp through the haunted French Quarter on this famous New Orleans ghost tour. During your 2-hour evening walking tour, explore the grim and ghastly deeds of New Orleans’ haunted history as you follow your entertaining guide down dark and sinister streets. You’ll learn about infamous events that occurred long ago and be chilled by evidence of phantoms and ghosts that abound!
The tenacious city of New Orleans showcases her rebuilding efforts and her Southern charm on this combination city tour that includes both the city’s old familiar sights and the realities of Hurricane Katrina. Some parts of the city – like the historic French Quarter – were left nearly untouched by the 2005 hurricanes while others were ravaged by the catastrophic failure of the levee system. This enlightening tour winds these disparate halves of the city into a contemporary overview of modern-day New Orleans.
See haunted sites in the French Quarter on this 2-hour ghost tour of New Orleans. Hear ghostly legends and lore from your entertaining guide, who shares eerie tales featured on the History Channel. With its colorful past and unique traditions, it’s no wonder that so many New Orleans’ homes and taverns have been investigated by paranormal investigators!
Discover the infamous haunts of the New Orleans Garden District on this 2-hour ghost tour, including Lafayette Cemetery. Listen as your theatrical guide shares the legends and lore of one of New Orleans’ most spirited neighborhoods, site of a former antebellum plantation. You’ll enjoy a leisurely afternoon stroll through the spooky cemetery as you hear eerie tales of its ghostly manifestations. Your chilling adventure includes movie sites from 'Interview with the Vampire’ and ‘Dracula 2000’—a must-do tour while visiting New Orleans!
Discover New Orleans' heritage and the beauty of its period homes during this historical tour. Ride along the city’s stately streets, passing jewels of architectural styles in the French Quarter, Bayou St John and Garden District, and enjoy guided walking tours of St Louis Cemetery #3 and the Longue Vue House and Gardens -- a Classical Greek Revival mansion filled with artifacts spanning the breadth of its history. This small-group tour with a maximum of 13 people ensures a more personalized experience.
3 hour Private City Tour in a Small up to 14 passenger French Quarter Friendly Bus. Pick up from a New Orleans Hotel or New Orleans Address. This tour include a licensed tour guide whom can customize the tour to fit your specific interests whether it be music, history, architecture, horticulture, cemeteries or all of the above.
Explore some of New Orleans' fascinating history, including its dark side, with this 2-hour French Quarter history and ghost buster walking tour. Step back in time, admiring wrought-iron balconies, magnificent mansions, vibrant pastel-colored homes, and pure Cajun and Creole sounds and aromas. Learn how this beauty hides a slightly scandalous world full of gruesome history, hauntings and voodoo secrets that make the French Quarter of New Orleans one of the most haunted places in the world.
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The departure location for this tour is only 35 minutes from New Orleans but a world apart in flora and fauna. Your tour will be a mix of high speed adventures and stops for pictures. This tour is completely safe and led by a local and professional guide.
Spend an unforgettable 3 hours on our comfortable air conditioned Mini-bus and get an overview of New Orleans. Then head to the swamps to experience the history and culture of the Creoles with your licensed tour guide, in a tour boat or airboat. No trip to New Orleans would be complete without seeing the highlights of our city and the some of the areas affected by Katrina’s flood waters.
Experience the thrill of riding a 16-passenger airboat on a 2-hour New Orleans swamp tour, with informative narration provided by the captain. See alligators and other wildlife in their natural habitat during the adrenaline-fueled ride. This family-friendly tour includes the convenience of hotel transport from downtown hotels.
A private airboat experience for small groups and is well-suited for bachelor or bachelorette parties. Experience a very personal trip which is half ride and half tour with a local guide. Enough seating will be provided for your group to be together. As a private tour experience, passengers are allowed adult beverages on your vehicle and on the private airboat tour. You will arrive at the swamp tour dock and board the comfortable 16-passenger airboat with your experienced captain. You will get up close and personal with gators and more. Guests spend an unforgettable 1 hour and 40 minutes on the water as they party in the swamps of Louisiana.
This is an unforgettable experience. Enjoy a private airboat experience for up to 6 passengers on a high speed airboat. You will have chauffeured ground transportation in a SUV, Limo or Black Executive Van, depending on size of your group. You driver will arrive at your door step for a 4 hour experience. Your driver will supply chilled sodas and bottle water for your trip.Travel about 35 to 45 minutes to the swamp tour dock, where your captain will await your arrival. Get about 15 to 20 minutes at the dock to use the restroom, go to the souvenir shop and enjoy the ambiance of the bayous. Spend an unforgettable 1 hour 40 minutes on the water with your licensed USCG captain. You will get gators up close, real close. Return back to the dock where your driver will be awaiting your return to deliver you back to your pick up location. Get a complimentary bottle of champagne on the air boat as part of your experience. Choose from one of four departure times when you book.
Enjoy a personalized small group experience on this swamp tour just 35 minutes outside of New Orleans. This airboat has a maximum of six or nine passengers giving you plenty of room to admire the views of the Louisiana marshlands from all angles.
Take a New Orleans Swamp Tour and Wetlands Adventure! See the Cajuns of the Bayou living and surviving in harmony with the swamps. Here, the waterways are their highways. From the relaxed comfort of our covered New Orleans Swamp Tour Boats, you will drift slowly past a 2000 year old Indian Burial Mound, a Cajun cemetery and Fishing village! You may see the wildlife that made the Barataria Swamps the Crown Jewel of the Louisiana Purchase. Here, birds, snakes, turtles, fur animals, and gators are the kings of the swamp, and are easily spotted in Spring, Summer, and Fall.
See the Cajuns of the Bayou living and surviving in harmony with the swamps. Here, the waterways are their highways. From the relaxed comfort of our covered New Orleans Swamp Tour Boats, you will drift slowly past a 2000 year old Indian Burial Mound, a Cajun cemetery and a fishing village! You'll admire the wildlife that made the Barataria Swamps the Crown Jewel of the Louisiana Purchase. Here, birds, snakes, turtles, fur animals, and gators - the king of the swamp - are easily spotted in Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Spend an unforgettable 3 hours on our comfortable air conditioned Mini-bus and get an overview of New Orleans. Experience the history and culture of the Creoles with your licensed tour guide. No trip to New Orleans would be complete without seeing the highlights of our city and the some of the areas affected by Katrina’s flood waters.
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.
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.
Dig into New Orleans' mystical side with this 1 hour 45-minute evening ghost tour in The Big Easy. Walk through the haunted French Quarter, learning about some of the city's former residents who never left – ghosts, spirits, and haunts that live in the most unsuspecting places.
Step back in time on a 1.5-hour walking tour through one of New Orleans’ most historic cemeteries, known for its many mausoleums. Follow your guide from the city’s French Quarter to St. Louis Cemetery No 1, where you’ll encounter hundreds of above-ground vaults and learn the stories behind some of them. You'll also visit the burial place of own of New Orleans’ best-known residents, Maria Laveau, nicknamed “The Voodoo Queen.”
Experience southeast Louisiana in the most exciting way possible by shooting full auto machine guns and seeing some gators. First stop is New Orleans premier shooting range where you will shoot an assault rifle and hand guns, next stop is an airboat ride in Jean Lafitte Swamp, home of some of the finest alligators the bayou has to offer.
Sip your way through New Orleans with this 3-hour small-group brewery tour. Get picked up at your downtown hotel and shuttled directly to private tours of three local breweries, where you will sample multiple craft beers at each location while learning about them. 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!
Discover the best of New Orleans on this private, 3-hour city tour. Ride in a luxury sedan or SUV with a professional chauffeur and tour historian. See famous New Orleans neighborhoods like the French Quarter, the Ninth Ward, the Garden District, City Park, Saint Louis Cemetery, and much more up close and personal, at any pace desired. New Orleans hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Dig your teeth into the culinary history of the Big Easy with this 3-hour private New Orleans food tour. Sample 6-8 dishes for which the city is famous while you learn about the history behind each restaurant and dish.
This is the most luxurious New Orleans touring option! Join your private tour guide as you explore the French Quarter, Historic Cemeteries, New Orleans City Park, Garden District, and Arts District from the comfort of an open air Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
Dig into the musical history of New Orleans with this 2-hour music and heritage tour. Listen to songs and the stories behind them as you learn more about the immortals of blues, jazz, gospel, and rock n'roll that have been a part of this city. Hear about Louis Armstrong, James Booker, Fats Domino, The Meters, Allen Toussaint, Professor Longhair, Buddy Bolden, Mahalia Jackson, and many others who are part of 300 years of musical heritage.
Cover more ground the easy way with this 2-3 hour driving tour of New Orleans, private for you and your party of up to 8 people. Explore historic neighborhoods and learn the history of the region. Hear about the effects of Hurricane Katrina and ongoing recovery efforts throughout the city. Hotel pickup and drop-off, transport by private minivan/minibus, and local guide are included.
This is a walking tour, followed by lunch. The tour focuses on the homes, architecture and culture in the Garden District and the historical background for its development. In addition to the neighborhood, we visit the Lafayette Cemetery #1 and explain the customs for burials in New Orleans. The walking portion takes between 1.5-2 hours. After the walking segment we finish with lunch at Commander's Palace (proper attire required).
Explore the French Quarter on this 3 hour walking tour in New Orleans. Wander 1.5 miles of quaint, brightly colored streets in the city's best known neighborhood with a local guide who focuses on the people, places, and historic events that comprise the city's unique culture. Discover New Orleans through open discussion and engagement while learning what makes the French Quarter special with the help of an expert, friendly local.
Combine the ultimate tour of New Orleans with a morning walking tour of the French Quarter followed by an afternoon driving tour of areas outside the city center. This six-hour, private guided tour will walk you through 1.5 miles of the best known landmarks of the famous French Quarter, then explore surrounding areas by car to give you a comprehensive overview of the people, places, and history that define the city today. Stop for an optional lunch between the three hour segments at a favorite local restaurant.
Explore New Orleans and the effect hurricane Katrina has played on the city's recent development on this 3 hour, private driving tour in New Orleans. Drive more than 50 miles around the city while learning about the people, places, and history that comprise one of the most diverse cities in North America. Hear how the storm affected New Orleans and what's being done to mitigate similar disasters in the future while developing a whole new outlook on the place and the people who live there.
Visit antebellum plantations along the Mississippi River and glimpse into the grace, grandeur and tragedy of early southern history on this six to eight hour tour from New Orleans. Gain an understanding of the socioeconomic and cultural factors that gave rise to slavery and why it become such a powerful institution throughout the south. Learn how industries such as oil, cotton, sugar, lumber, indigo and citrus allowed New Orleans to flourish into the city it is today and why it was such an important trading center before the outbreak of the Civil War.
Experience the best of New Orleans on this 3-hour private walking food and history tour of the French Quarter. Learn colorful history from an expert guide while stopping for bites at famous eateries. Try new foods in a social setting and investigate the best of what city has to offer.
This is a two segment tour. The morning consists of a walking tour of the French Quarter and focuses on the movies made there. The afternoon segment is a driving tour focusing on movies made outside of the French Quarter. In both segments, visits will be made to discuss the movie plots, actors, back stories and making of local movies. Each segment is about about three hours long and there is usually a stop for lunch between segments at haunts frequented by movie stars.
Learn about the women who shaped New Orleans's architectural and cultural history on this three hour walking tour. Explore 1 1/2 miles of the famous French Quarter while a local, expert guide details the amazing stories of the influential women who preserved, advocated for, and fought for the modern city of today.
On the French Quarter Walking Tour, soak in the history, architecture, and culture of America’s most foreign city. All groups are capped at 6 people, and all tours are guided by the company owner, Ashton.
Welcome to the Private French Quarter Pub Crawl History Tour, where you grab a to-go-cup and sip on New Orleans' history in an intimate small-group setting. All tours are personally conducted by the tour company's owner, Ashton Rogers. Highlights include Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, Madame John’s Legacy, the Old Ursulines Convent, and the Lalaurie Mansion.
Enjoy New Orleans’ Garden District at its finest with a private local tour guide. On the Private Garden District Walking Tour, we will explore Lafayette Cemetery #1 as well as learn about many of the grandiose 1800s mansions throughout the area. The Garden District is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in America, and we will have a fun, relaxing, and engaging stroll through the streets as we immerse ourselves in the history and architecture of the historic district.
Get ready to explore the only swamp tour that operates on Private Property. You will cover more ground than anyone in New Orleans spanning over 28 square miles of terrain. This is the best way to experience Southern Louisiana's wetlands just like the locals do. This is a family owned and operated company so their focus is on the experience truly southern hospitality with the only company that offers 2-3 hour tours.With only local captains ,a very sincerer and intimate tour. All we do is private 2-3 hour tours
Experience the best of the famous French Quarter in New Orleans with this guided, 3-hour pub crawl. Visit four of the French Quarter's legendary party venues, featuring mechanical bull rides, live bands, disc jockeys, and dancing. Receive drink specials, party gear, and admission fees to all the popular locations. All the entry fees are included.
One of the best things to do in New Orleans! This tour is a unique journey through the streets of the French Quarter to the oldest cemetery in operation in New Orleans, the Saint Louis #1 Cemetery. Starting in the French Quarter, experience this delightful neighborhood full of eccentric, fun-loving people, that spans three centuries in history. Journey with your local operator through the heart of the city and learn why this section is so unique. Arriving at the cemetery you will learn of our burial customs and why it seems there is always enough room for another person in the family tomb. See the tomb of Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen, the Society Tombs, the Musician's Tomb, Bernard Marigny and even the Protestant section. There is so much history on this tour.
Take a walk on the scary side of New Orleans history and culture with this 2-hour ghoul-and-ghost laden guided walking tour. Hear tales of voodoo spells, vampire rampages and up-close and personal encounters with the paranormal. Visit haunted hotels, browse in America's only vampire shop and explore Pirate's Alley.
From William Faulkner to Tennessee Williams, author of A Streetcar Named Desire, famous authors loved to frequent the French Quarter and many lived here as well! See their homes and hangouts while your guide tells you eccentric stories of their lives! The tour will take you on a literary adventure through the French Quarter with stops along the way for samplings of aphrodisiacs.
This one hour walking tour is offered for those short on time or do not wish to walk long distances (tour is approximately one mile), but wish to see St. Louis #1 Cemetery, the oldest operating cemetery in New Orleans.
Join us on this 2.5 hour stroll through the French Quarter. On this tour we will cover the history, culture, cocktails and much more of New Orleans and we will take a visit to St. Louis Cemetery No.1 where New Orleans Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau is buried among other interesting characters.
Join us on this 2.5 hour stroll through the French Quarter. On this tour we will cover the history, culture, cocktails and much more of New Orleans. We will sample authentic Cajun/Creole appetizers and true New Orleans cocktails. Plus we will visit St. Louis Cemetery No.1 where New Orleans Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau is buried among other interesting characters.
This is a 60 min tour of the St. Louis Cemetery #1 founded in 1789. It's the oldest active cemetery in New Orleans, home to over 100,000 residents within 700 tombs. You'll learn about its famous wall oven vaults, family and society tombs, and many of its colorful characters including the most visited tomb of the prominent New Orleans Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau.
This New Orleans French Quarter Walking Tour is a 3 in 1 multifaceted tour which includes the unique history of our amazing city and culture, Cemetery and information about traditional above ground tombs and burial processes, reported hauntings in the city and local recommendations and secrets!
From the origins of the floods of the Mighty Mississippi River, depositing its silt and sediment to create the land we stand on today and to the depths of the swamps and the various cultural settlements that came in one by one, we take you on a journey through the fascinating stories of the Vieux Carre and the Garden District in the American Sector. We show you the architectural styles of the French, the Spanish and of course, the Americans, all while telling you how these came about as the people of New Orleans suffered though plagues, fires, hurricanes and war.
This New Orleans Historic Garden District Walking Tour highlights the American settlement and their beautiful homes, gardens, wealth and how life was changed because of their amazing contributions. This multifaceted tour includes the unique history of our incredible city and culture, reported hauntings and architecture. The Americans early settlements, lavish lifestyles and immense wealth are obvious as we walk through this opulent and super wealthy neighborhood.
We begin in the Lafayette Cemetery #1 with information on traditional above ground tombs and burial processes, strolling amongst the magnolia trees. We then walk around the neighborhood where we will show you the architectural styles of the Americans, telling you how these came about as the people of New Orleans evolved into a magical culture. You will see celebrity homes, perfectly manicured landscapes and movie hotspots as well.
This New Orleans FRENCH QUARTER JOGGING TOUR is a 3 in 1 multifaceted tour, which includes the unique history of our amazing city and culture, Cemetery and information about traditional above ground tombs and burial processes, reported hauntings in the city and local recommendations and secrets on where to find the best music, food and fun! It is truly a JOGGING tour and NOT a running tour, with lots of stops along the way. It is designed for anyone who is regularly active!
From the origins of the Mighty Mississippi River deposits to create the land where New Orleans stands today and to the depths of the swamps and the various cultural settlements that came in one by one, we take you on a journey through the fascinating stories of the Vieux Carre and the Garden District in the American Sector. We show you the architectural styles of the French, the Spanish and of course, the Americans along with an Afro Carribien influence. Enjoy your journey and your endorphines!
Immerse yourself in history on a small-group, one-hour tour of the St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Learn about the history of New Orleans as you see the famous wall oven vaults and family and society tombs, we also discuss the famous people buried in the cemetery and the legends of Marie Laveau and Easy Rider.
This adults-only ghost tour of New Orleans takes you on a 90-minute walk through the French Quarter with a knowledgeable guide. You'll visit some of the most haunted locations the Big Easy has become known for, including seedy alleyways, bars and former brothels. Hear horrific tales of the supernatural and learn about paranormal activity and Voodoo's claim to fame.
Discover two of New Orleans’ most fascinating features — ghosts and gators — on a 2-in-1 combo excursion that brings together two of the city’s top tours. Spend the day aboard an airboat exploring Louisiana swamps and spotting resident alligators. Later set out on an evening ghost tour of the French Quarter, keeping an eye out for ghouls, goblins, and vampires while your guide fills you in on the city’s spine-tingling history. You’ll even get to enter one of New Orleans’ known haunted locations.
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Explore the haunted side of New Orleans with this 2-hour ghost tour led by a local historian. Learn about real ghost stories at haunted locations throughout the French Quarter which have been verified by historical research done at each property - this is not about theatrics. This is the only historically accurate tour.
Explore some of New Orleans' fascinating history with this 2-hour Voodoo and cemetery walking tour. Visit St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, final resting place of the notorious Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau. This tour, led by a Voodoo historian, is the only one to visit real Voodoo temples and historic Catholic churches with historical ties to Voodoo in New Orleans.
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The Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 tour is a two hour leisurely stroll with frequent stops through one of America's most beautiful neighborhoods, the New Orleans Garden District. Enjoy learning the history behind these ancient mansions while resting in the shade of the beautiful centuries old Live Oak Trees that line the streets of this magnificent ward!
Take a spooky stroll through New Orleans on this guided, 2-hour ghost walking tour of the famed French Quarter. Experience the darker side of New Orleans, use real paranormal equipment, and hear tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by a professional storyteller — stories of ghosts, vampires, voodoo, and the unexplained mysteries of New Orleans. It’s a fascinating, spine-tingling adventure.
This haunted history tour explores the grim history of the very old and spooky French Quarter. Escape into the past as the guides provide you with an eerie, yet fun-filled adventure. You'll visit sites of documented hauntings taken from police records, city archives, and other professional paranormal investigations. Ghosts and phantoms still haunt the legendary Vieux Carre. The tour guide will have a real piece of paranormal equipment to use during this tour.
Mardi Gras is an experience that you do not want to miss! During this tour, learn about New Orleans Mardi Gras traditions. This tour includes everything from history, ghosts, vampires, & voodoo, all while carnival is taking place all along the tour route. This is not scripted, this is a once in a lifetime experience.....during Carnival & Mardi Gras anything goes!!
Guests are allowed to stop at bars and grab to go drinks along the tour route!
Come one, come all! This two hour walking tour of the one of a kind French Quarter is perfect for those of you who are considered a little freaky, and even geeky! Everyone knows New Orleans is a melting pot! It is made up of a little of this and a little of that, much like the gumbo we are famous for!
Discover the dark secrets of America's most-haunted city, New Orleans, on this 1-hour darkness tour. Explore the legendary streets of the French Quarter and hear chilling tales of true crime in a New Orleans rarely seen, one where tales of ghostly spirits, haunted houses, and ghastly graveyards lurk in the night. Try out the paranormal detection equipment to hear the whispers and movements of the undead. Real paranormal equipment will be used during this tour.
Get ready for a spooky evening with this 2-hour walking tour of New Orleans' haunted history. Start in the French Quarter, the city's oldest neighborhood, and visit multiple haunted locations throughout the area. This spine-tingling tour combines the supernatural and the rich history of New Orleans. Guests will be allowed to stop and grab drinks at bars along the tour route. Some bars allow kids inside however some do not.
Explore the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans with a 90-minute, group longboard excursion. Downtown New Orleans is a longboarder's paradise with endless opportunities for pictures, history, and old-world charm. Check out the Riverwalk, Jackson Square, Crescent Park, Decatur and more. Hop on a Riviera, bamboo-flex longboard and see the sites of NOLA. A free skate lesson and safety equipment are included.
Visit one of the most famous cemeteries in New Orleans on this 2-hour tour of St. Louis No. 1. Learn about the city's unique cemeteries and burial customs - including above-ground tombs. See the graves of well-known New Orleanians, including Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau.
Take a peek at New Orleans' darker side with this 2-hour walking tour of ghosts, vampires, Voodoo, and hauntings. Walk through the French Quarter in the evening to explore some of the area's spookiest history.
This fascinating audio tour of the vibrant city of New Orleans will show you how it overcame the devastating Hurricane Katrina and the Southern Culture and traditions that infuse it. You will also receive a map detailing the area of your tour.
Ride a bicycle around New Orleans creating your own itinerary with this 4-hour bike rental. The sites in New Orleans that most visitors want to see are within a few short miles of the central shop where you'll pick up your bike. A network of bicycle lanes and paths make it possible to reach most of these sites on fun routes with minimal to no vehicular traffic.
Established in 1789, St. Louis Cemetery is the oldest extant cemetery in New Orleans. Named after Louis IX, King of France in the mid-thirteenth century and namesake to St. Louis Cathedral, the tombs of St. Louis Cemetery tell the colorful and historic stories of those who impacted the city, be it a politician, musician, voodoo priestess, pirate, gambler, or Mardi Gras Indian.
This mule-drawn carriage tour is as iconic to New Orleans as a steamboat ride or a plate of beignets! If you are looking for a fantastic way to explore the French Quarter and learn about the fascinating history of this unique city, an authentic mule-drawn carriage tour is guaranteed to be the highlight of your trip!
On this tour, you'll enjoy a shared carriage ride on one of our larger group carriages. Our top-rated tour guides double as skilled carriage drivers. With the assistance of their trusted mule, you'll cover way more ground than any 2-hour walking tour and see as much of the French Quarter as possible in just 1-hour. Instead of a boring history lecture, carriage drivers create fun fact-filled engaging tours for all to enjoy. You'll see landmarks such as St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, The French Market, and so much more! With so much to see and do, make sure that a carriage ride is on your list!
The French Quarter is known as one of the most haunted places in America, and with so many ghost tours to choose from, the best choice is absolutely a carriage tour with Royal Carriages. Instead of walking around with a large group of people, you'll travel to and from haunted locations comfortably in a mule-drawn carriage, learning about this history, culture, and architecture in addition to the ghostly spirits that refuse to leave. This authentic mode of transportation will help you time-travel back to the 1700s and 1800s when death and disease were rampant due to devastating fires, floods, murders, and more! Being that there are only 8-passengers onboard the carriage, the mule-drawn adventure is more intimate and unforgettable. The carriage-driving tour guides are top-rated licensed guides who have been sending chills down spines for over 75 years.
Royal Carriages VIP Private Carriage Tours are perfect for couples or small families who are looking to experience the French Quarter in the most authentic way. With a private carriage tour, you'll ride through the historic neighborhoods of New Orleans on your own private carriage.
Discover the amazing history, culture, and architecture of the French Quarter with your local, professional, and licensed tour guide who'll be guiding you through one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in America with the help of his trusted carriage mule.
Learn the basics of New Orleans history and discover fascinating anecdotes about the people and places that have contributed to making our city truly unique and unforgettable.
Royal Carriages is guaranteed to be one of the highlights of your trip to New Orleans!
Explore the history-rich neighborhoods of New Orleans on a 3.5-hour bike tour in the morning or afternoon, and see the sights with a local guide! While riding around seven of the city’s most exciting districts, learn about the city’s evolution from a small French colony to a fast-growing commercial center and multicultural hub. Cycle through the French Quarter and bohemian Fabourge Marigny; marvel at millionaires’ mansions on Esplanade Avenue; and pass top New Orleans attractions such as St Louis Cemetery 3, City Park and more.
This one Hour New Orleans Segway Experience Tour is perfect for those who want more ride and less talk. Your tour will begin with an orientation on the operation of the Segway along with some practice time. Once you’re comfortable, you and your guide will cruise around the French Quarter, covering a surprising amount of ground in a short amount of time. Kicking up a breeze on Segway is the best way to experience New Orleans!
Approximately 40 minute guided walking tour of New Orleans City of the Dead, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Located just across the street from the French Quarter, you'll be able to easily walk from your hotel or bed and breakfast for your Cemetery tour. Your tour is lead be a licensed guide. You'll visit the tomb made famous in the 1969 movie Easy Rider. This active cemetery boasts some of New Orleans most famous residents, like Marie Laveau the Voodoo priestess, and Homer Plessey, who's landmark case before the US Supreme Court changed the course segregation in America. You'll also see actor Nicholas Cage's future resting place.
Explore the stories that inspired the 'American Horror Story: Coven' series and Anne Rice's 'Vampire Chronicles' with this 2-hour cemetery and supernatural tour in New Orleans. See the homes that inspired 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and 'The Sound and the Fury,' too, as well as the former home of legendary Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. Hear about pirates and buccaneers who helped make the city infamous.
Take a thrilling airboat ride through the wetlands near New Orleans and plenty of alligators on this active, family-friendly tour. Travel over bayous and open waterways around the colorful, historic fishing village of Jean Lafitte, named after a 19th-century smuggler. Spy alligators in the wild -- as well as raccoons, native birds and large river rodents called nutria -- as your native guide provides commentary. Your 4-hour tour includes round-trip transport from New Orleans and 1.5 hours on the boat. This tour is an easy way to get out and experience the rich natural landscape around New Orleans. The airboat holds 15-27 passengers.
Explore the rich culinary history of New Orleans on a tour that combines a cooking class with a French Quarter cocktail tour. First, learn about the basics of Louisiana cuisine from a professional chef during an entertaining demonstration, then sample classics such as jambalaya, gumbo, and pralines. Afterward, admire the architecture of the French Quarter as you stroll through the neighborhood, stopping in historic bars to sip the Big Easy’s most celebrated cocktails. You'll discover the flavors and culture of New Orleans during this fun and informative tour!
Witness the devastation and recovery from Hurricane Katrina on a guided tour that takes you through hard-hit neighborhoods of New Orleans such as the Ninth Ward, Lakeview, Gentilly and St Bernard. See high floodwater marks and levees that failed as you hear firsthand accounts of the storm from your expert guide. Take in the storm-damaged home of musician Fats Domino, the Hurricane Katrina Memorial and rebuilding projects championed by celebrities. Learn what caused the destruction as well as the history of New Orleans from your knowledgeable local guide on this comprehensive tour.
Join the leader of one of New Orleans' best-known bands for a behind-the-scenes musical experience in the Big Easy. You'll venture to three different jazz clubs in the French Quarter and be treated to premier seats while your host plays during live shows. Meet local band members and sip a cocktail at each venue during this 3-hour VIP tour.
The Ultimate Swamp Tour Experience is just that – we have the best swamp tour in New Orleans! Join the city’s oldest tour company and catch a ride out of the concrete jungle and venture into the swamps and bayous once inhabited by legendary pirate and War of 1812 hero Jean Lafitte. Look no further and book now for the highlight of your trip to the Big Easy!
If time is of the essence, this fully narrated 75-minute motor coach city tour is for you. Meet at the ticket office to board your air-conditioned bus for an express tour of New Orleans (size of bus can vary based on group size). Sites you will see include the world-famous Louisiana Superdome, and following the path of the St. Charles Avenue streetcar to view the homes of former Kings and Queens of Mardi Gras, stately mansions and the world-famous exclusive Garden District. Continue on through the Warehouse/Arts District, home to America’s National WWII Museum, and the Central Business District before returning to the French Quarter.
Soak up the beauty of New Orleans from the decks of the Steamboat Natchez! On this Sunday brunch cruise, travel along the Mississippi River while enjoying live jazz music and savoring a lovely buffet brunch. This authentic paddle-wheel steamboat will whisk you away to the romance and ambiance of yesteryear. Don't forget your camera, as you'll see amazing panoramas of New Orleans' skyline!
Indulge in a luxurious evening in New Orleans on the Steamboat Natchez -- authentic steampowered paddle-wheel steamboat still operating today on the Mississippi River -- with this Viator Exclusive. After being welcomed aboard with a Champagne cocktail, go on a private boat and engine room tour led by the first mate. Then settle into your reserved seat in the dining room and listen to live jazz as you savor a buffet dinner full of local favorites. If your looking for a little more, upgrade your your cruise to include an open bar option for the entire duration. Don’t miss this opportunity to cruise through New Orleans in style on an exclusive Viator tour that can’t be booked anywhere else!
This walking and tasting tour of the French Quarter will immerse you in the history of New Orleans and how its unique cuisine evolved. We tour select historic restaurants and discuss their culinary contributions - including the two oldest (Antoine's and Tujague's, established in 1840 and 1856. respectively. You will learn to appreciate the differences between Cajun and Creole cuisine, and will hear of the varied ethnic influences that contribute to New Orleans Cuisine. One of the great joys of travel is exploring the local culture with the benefit of local insight. Locally owned and operated we know the very best way for visitors to sample some of the finest cuisine New Orleans has to offer.
A three-hour private city tour of the many beautiful historic districts in and around New Orleans. This tour has both a chauffeur and historian tour guide whom can customize the tour to fit your specific interests whether it be music, history, architecture, horticulture, or all of the above.
This is a two-hour leisurely stroll through the French Quarter with your own Private Historian Tour Guide. Visit bars frequented by such historic figures as Ernest Hemingway, J.D. Rockefeller, Mark Twain, and many others. Sample the prohibition era cocktails invented at many of these old 'speakeasy bars.'
This is a 2+ hour walking tour where your Voodoo Historian will bring you to real Voodoo Temples, old Catholic churches, and ancient haunted cemeteries containing the tombs of infamous Voodoo Queens. This is one of the most popular tours in the city and since yours is private, you will get special access to speak to some of the Voodoo priest and priestesses if you dare!
This is a 60-90 minute walking tour of the Saint Louis Cemetery #1. Established in 1789, just outside of the French Quarter, the city's oldest cemetery has more than 50,000 residents in this 'city of the dead'. You will be guided through the labyrinth of above ground tombs that are more than two centuries old by an experienced and licensed tour guide. The tour will meet at Armstrong Park and walk through historic Congo Square on the way to the cemetery.
Visit the tombs of
* Homer Plessy, Civil Rights leader
* Marie Laveau, Queen of Voodoo
* Tomb featured in the movie, Easy Rider
* Future, final resting place of actor Nicholas Cage
New Orleans is famous for it's jazz music. However, the Crescent City's culture has influenced musicians from Louis Armstrong to Led Zeppelin. This is a look at New Orleans' international influence on pop culture in regards to the music industry. You will see where musical legends first performed and the first Rock n Roll recording studio in the world. Although our focus is on music, we will also point out several locations used on both the silver screen and television. The tour will last about 2 hours and is 1.3 miles of walking with an opportunity for a break.
Great value! This walking tour through the French Quarter will leave you with the most prolific tales of New Orleans as we meander through the mysterious & mystical realms of VOODOO, VAMPIRES, GHOSTS, WITCHCRAFT and PIRATES!
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This French Quarter walking tour is conducted by city licensed guides and emphasize the history, architecture, and folklore of this fascinating city. Tour and store proceeds benefit Friends of the Cabildo, a non-profit volunteer group to provide support for the Louisiana State Museum. Purchasing a walking tour ticket also gets you admission to the 1850 House Museum, above the store, that shows what life was like in a typical Pontalba Apartment in the 1850s. Restroom is provided for walking tour guests as well.
This 45-minute introductory tour of 10 or less takes you through New Orleans oldest above ground cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery #1. No longer open to the public due to vandalism, you are now required to have a guide. Through expert storytelling your guide brings the colorful history of one of America's most unique cities to life. Marvel at the beauty of the 200+ year old city of the dead. Learn how thousands upon thousands of people were buried within one city block. Learn about Voodoo and jazz music and the contributions of free people of color. This brief tour is something you will never forget.
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!
This two-hour walking tour through the French Quarter talks exclusively about the contributions and impact that women have had on the city. The history of New Orleans from the very earliest days of the colonial period has been shaped by many powerful women. From religious and civic leaders to Madams, entertainers, musicians and club owners, scores of women have made their mark on this town. Walk away from this tour feeling empowered and inspired and make your trip to New Orleans that much richer. This small-group tour has a maximum of 15 participants.
Come hang out with a local for 2.5 to 3 hours and find out why they are so passionate about living in New Orleans. There has to be a reason they'd choose to live in New Orleans, a city that is almost completely under sea level, right? Find out what makes locals and tourists alike love New Orleans so deeply. They've taken the 5 most popular tours in New Orleans and combined their best elements and turned it into one of the most exciting tours the city has to offer. Create a truly memorable experience when you take the French Quarter tour, Katrina Recovery tour, Historic Cemeteries tour, Garden District tour, and New Orleans Architecture tour all together! Basically, if you're a history buff, then this tour is for you. If you're trying to figure out what to do while you're in New Orleans, well, this tour is for you too.
Fifteen clues, two hours, one city - this is a self-led scavenger race that sends groups capering around town to solve clues. Unlike other city-wide excursions, this one unshackles racers from the tyranny of official start times and concrete dates. Players simply click on a launch code, head to the starting line, and begin the scavenger hunt whenever they've got a spare two hours. During the process, players will hear fun stories and insights about historical sites while discovering hidden gems along the way.
Interested in finding out more about the local beer scene in New Orleans? It is an exciting time as the number of breweries in the city continues to grow with more currently in development. Join in on a journey through the best beers and breweries available on this New Orleans Brewery Tour. All tours feature three stops and include samples at each stop. Stops will vary by day and include 40 Arpent, 504 Craft Beer Reserve, Courtyard, NOLA, Second Line, Urban South, and Wayward Owl.
Interested in finding out more about the local beer scene in New Orleans? It is an exciting time as the number of breweries in the city continues to grow with more currently in development. Join in on a journey through the best beers and breweries available on this Northshore Brewery Tour. All tours feature three stops and include samples at each stop. Stops will vary by day and include Abita, Covington, Chafunkta, and Old Rail.
Your walking tour is about more than just the dead- you will learn the about the burial customs, traditions, and people that made New Orleans what it is today. Take a walk with us through New Orleans history seen through the eyes of those that have left us. Unique NOLA limits the number of people on a tour to 15- making it a more personal journey for you and your group.
Discover debauchery during this 2-hour small-group haunted tour, which will cover topics such as adultery, prostitutes, and twisted doctors. Your guide will entertain you with treacherous and spooky stories as you walk from a variety of locations such as The Creole Cookery and May Baily's. Calm your nerves with some liquid courage as this tour combines spirits with spirits at 3 different bars. This 21-and-over tour is great for groups who want to experience the twisted side of NOLA.
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Taking the whole family on vacation to New Orleans? We offer a kid-friendly and just-scary-enough Ghost Tour of NOLA. Our spooky city isn’t just for adults! And the little ones may just learn something along the way!
On this adults-only tour you will learn of the sordid details behind New Orleans' dark history. Not for the faint of heart! We take you on a journey through NOLA's real-life horror stories including Madame LaLaurie, The Trunk Murders and The Katrina Cannibal. You'll see where it all happened, understand the history behind it, and how the echoes of gruesome crimes still cry out.
Learn the history & architecture of the beautiful Garden District & Magazine Street. Your guide will take you to see residences of Anne Rice, Sandra Bullock, John Goodman, and more. Enjoy a visit to the Lafayette Cemetery & the Coven House of American Horror Story in a small group, walking tour.
The French Quarter is a place with 300 years of history drenched in stories both delightful and depraved. Experience both New Orleans' past and present culture–along the way finding exciting activities to try during your visit!
Discover the history of New Orleans through its architecture! On this 2-hour Garden District tour, you'll learn about Antebellum New Orleans while admiring the exquisite mansions. Enjoy a leisurely stroll with a passionate, professional guide to explore the many building styles prevalent in this neighborhood, ranging from Greek Revival, Italianate, and Victorian. Hear the stories of the 19th century architects and families who made their mark on this historic area, and see the homes of former and current celebrities.
Also included in this tour is a short stop into Lafayette Cemetery where visitors learn about the fascinating local above-ground burial customs. Starting with a brief introduction to the history of New Orleans Cemeteries, visitors will be treated to a discussion of the various styles and types of tombs seen in this cemetery. Your group will be no more than 25 people. Choose between 3 different departures, please see availability.
Discover the history of New Orleans through its architecture on a 2-hour walk around the French Quarter. Enjoy a leisurely stroll with a local guide to explore the many building styles prevalent in this neighborhood, with special attention to the history and the features of French and Spanish architecture. Hear the stories of the 18th and 19th century architects and families who made their mark on this unique area. Buildings included in this tour range from Creole Colonial buildings such as the Ursuline Convent and Madame John's Legacy to the 20th Century Louisiana Supreme Court.
Join the fun on a two-hour, story-filled stroll through the French Quarter, the oldest, most famous, and most unpredictable neighborhood in New Orleans. As the city nears the 300th anniversary of its founding, discover the neighborhood where it all started. This tour has history, culture, architecture, and spot-on recommendations for shopping and dining!
Join a small-group, two-hour walking tour through New Orleans’ elegant 19th Century garden neighborhood and enchanting Lafayette Cemetery. This neighborhood and its cemetery tells the story of New Orleans from the Louisiana Purchase to the Civil War. Stunning antebellum mansions, lush gardens, unforgettable stories, and beautiful photo opportunities await!
Explore the oldest cemetery in New Orleans with an expert! This tour combines the fascinating stories of the dead who rest in St. Louis Cemetery #1, an explanation of our above-ground interment rituals, and some insight into Treme, the culturally-rich old New Orleans neighborhood that has been home to this "city of the dead" since 1789.
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!
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!
This French Quarter literary “ghost tour” and pub crawl explores the haunts of famous writers who found Bohemia in New Orleans. Enjoy close encounters with Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, Charles Bukowski, William Burroughs, William Faulkner, Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Simone de Beauvoir, and other lively literary spirits.
Although no battles were fought within the city of New Orleans, this French Quarter walking tour will cover some of the more important social, economic, and political activities that made New Orleans one of the most important cities during the Civil War. Departing from James Cohen & Sons, located at 437 Royal Street in the heart of the French Quarter, this walking tour covers prominent politicians from New Orleans, international diplomacy, domestic policy that lead to the capture of the city, along with occupation by the United States and race relations in antebellum and war time New Orleans. Not your typical Civil War tour, this walking tour will expose you to topics you might never have considered when thinking about the Civil War and how New Orleans played a role.
Civil War Tours of New Orleans is the only tour business officially allowed to conduct tours from within Metairie Cemetery. With only forty cemeteries throughout New Orleans, Metairie Cemetery was the first cemetery to be privately owned, open to any and all who desire to be laid to rest there. Unlike the other cemeteries in New Orleans that are owned and maintained by a church, or fraternal order, Metairie Cemetery has been privately owned since 1874, and only Civil War Tours of New Orleans is officially allowed to give tours from within the cemetery. On this tour, you will visit the final resting places of prominent soldiers and citizens from the Civil War, and learn about their life and how they impacted this country during the Civil War.
Bring your family on the only kid friendly ghost hunt in town! Your kids will learn ghost hunting techniques as well as use ghost hunting tools in this 90 minute, unforgettable adventure. You'll visit the places where legendary, 19th century residents lived, stayed, and worked, including the Old Ursulines Convent, Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop, St. Louis Cathedral, and the old state building, the Cabildo. You'll learn about the people who lived here: French Creoles, enslaved workers, free people of color and, of course, pirates!
The Afro-Creole tour starts sacred ground of Congo Square at 9:00 am. This two hour tour will explore the contributions of the Afro-Creole culture. Your tour will then proceed to the oldest active cemetery to discuss voodoo, music and the beginning of the civil rights movement in America.
Meet your local guide in Pearl River, LA where he will take you on a two hour tour through a variety of ecosystems. Our small flatboat has been customized with comfortable seating, and can navigate into areas the other tour boats can't reach. Our small groups (up to 6) guarantee that you can ask your guide all the questions you want and have a more personalized tour. Avoid the crowds and the companies that feed the wildlife. Get an authentic and educational experience, and see alligators, exotic birds, turtles, snakes and more...
Meet your local guide in Pearl River, LA where he will take you on a two hour tour through a variety of ecosystems. Our small flatboat has been customized with comfortable seating, and can navigate into areas the other tour boats can't reach. Ask your guide all the questions you want and have a more personalized tour. Avoid the crowds and the companies that feed the wildlife. Get an authentic and educational experience, and see alligators, exotic birds, turtles, snakes and more.
A 3 hour casual paced complete and thorough look at new Orleans past and present. If you love history, incredible sights, architecture, tales of residents past and want a taste of the real New Orleans then this tour is a must see! Visit: The Mississippi River Our humble beginnings in the French Quarter Faubourg Marigny St Louis Cemetery No 3 City Park & The Oaks Bayou St John Faubourg Treme Louis Armstrong Park & Congo Square Plus a few surprises offered only on Buzz Nola Tours
Cruise this beautiful city on our custom made ultra comfortable Electric Bikes. get a complete and thorough look at new Orleans past and present. If you love history, incredible sights, architecture, tales of residents past and want a taste of the real New Orleans then this tour is a must see! Visit: The Mississippi River Our humble beginnings in the French Quarter Faubourg Marigny The Bywater St Louis Cemetery No 3 City Park & The Oaks Bayou St John Faubourg Treme Plus a few surprises offered only on Buzz Nola Tours
A rich 3 hour tour, Starting on the Creole side of town in the French Quarter, providing you with the sights, sounds and early history of New Orleans. from there we venture on to the American side of the city, known as the Garden District with it's beautiful 19th century opulent mansions and remarkable stories. Visit: Banks of the Mississippi French Quarter Lafayette Cemetery #1 The Lower Garden District The Mansions of the Garden District Plus a few surprises offered only on Buzz Nola Tours
Flambeaux Bicycle Tours is the premiere bike tour company in New Orleans. Our Heart of the City is a 3 hour exploration of the historic neighborhoods of New Orleans.
The Flambeaux (pronounced: "flam-bow") are torches used during Mardi Gras parades. Throughout the history of our carnival tradition, the flambeaux carriers have lit up the night before floats so that revelers could see the parades. They also served as guides that led the parade on its route.
In the same spirit, Flambeaux Bicycle Tours seeks to shed light on New Orleans' traditions and heritage. As we guide you through town, we share our city's colorful past and vibrant culture.
We like our Gumbo spicy, so we throw a blend of history, folklore, culture, and places to visit in our roux. Join us as we guide you through the most unique city in America, in the best possible way to explore it...on a bicycle.
Explore historic New Orleans on this 3-hour small group bike tour through the city to the bayous. Follow your guide as they paint you a picture of a colorful past and vibrant culture of the city. Leisurely ride down the tree lined streets through history as you learn of the settlers who founded the unique port town.
Learn about the supernatural side of New Orleans, including the city's most famous voodoo queen, on this walking tour that takes you to the French Quarter and the St Louis Cemetery No 1. Discover the architecture of the French Quarter and visit the grave of Marie Laveau, the powerful priestess who practiced the religion in and around the quarter in the 1800s. New Orleans’ history and culture is ever-present in the colorful homes, above-ground tombs, and voodoo legends that you discover on this mesmerizing tour.
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Immerse yourself in New Orleans’ haunted side on this spooky nighttime 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) and mingle with your fellow travelers.
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Led by the great-grandniece of the famous Impressionist artist himself, this guided tour of the historic Degas House takes you through Edgar Degas’ former New Orleans home and art studio. Experience first-hand the setting that inspired many of his masterpieces, and tour the surrounding Creole neighborhood to see locations referenced in Degas' New Orleans letters. You also have the choice to enjoy a lovely breakfast with Bloody Marys and mimosas in the courtyard before your tour, or take a walking tour of the nearby New Orleans Museum of Modern Art.
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Get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the makings of Mardi Gras with this all-access tour of Mardi Gras World in New Orleans. Perfect for the whole family, this guided tour shows you where the magnificent floats for the famous Mardi Gras parades are made. Witness the hard work and artistic skill that goes into every float, and learn about the history of the festive Mardi Gras tradition from your guide. Try on Mardi Gras costumes, pose with props, and enjoy a slice of famous King Cake after your tour!
Soar above New Orleans on a 30-, 45- or 60-minute sightseeing flight, and enjoy aerial views of the southern city's showstopping sights! While aboard the small sightseeing plane, listen to city tales from the pilot and look out over famous New Orleans neighborhoods such as the French Quarter. The itinerary can be tailored to the sights that the group want to see, but typically flights include views of the impressive Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Port of New Orleans and Mississippi River.
Combine aerial views of New Orleans with Champagne and chocolates or with wine and cheese on this romantic VIP sightseeing flight! The 45-minute flight includes one full bottle of Champagne with chocolates or a full bottle of wine with artisan cheese. Glide above the French Quarter and Central Business District, and see top New Orleans attractions such as Mercedes-Benz Superdome and the bayous around Mississippi River. If there’s something that you would like to see instead, simply let the pilot know; the route is flexible and can be tailored to your preference. With a maximum of three passengers permitted, this is a great outing for couples or friends alike.
See the bright lights of New Orleans at night on a 45- or 60-minute sightseeing flight! While listening to commentary from the pilot, relax in a small sightseeing plane that seats a maximum of four passengers. Gaze down at illuminated city attractions such as the Port of New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Mississippi River and more, and admire nighttime views of the French Quarter. If there is a sight that you particularly want to see, simply let the pilot know! The itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to the sights that the group want to see.
Eat your way around New Orleans' culinary hotspots on a 4-hour food tour, led by a food-loving local guide! Showcasing the much-loved eateries around St Charles Avenue and the Garden District, the tour includes at least four food stops plus trivia aplenty about the city’s gastronomic heritage. Sample belt-busting staples such as a pork belly slider as well as seductively sweet candy and more; it’s the perfect way to discover New Orleans institutions plus places that only locals seem to know.
Numbers are limited to 14 on this small-group food tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
Find out what all the fuss is about on this half-day tour of some of the best food in New Orleans' famous French Quarter. Your knowledgeable, passionate guide will escort you to famous restaurants in the French Quarter and Riverwalk, including a few commonly mentioned in cookbooks. You may sample red beans and rice at Napolean House, chargrilled oysters at Seafood Treasure and beignets at Cafe du Monde. Learn about the rich legacy of fine food in the French Quarter and which hotspots to check out on your own later; you can even work with your guide to customize the tour to your interests.
Discover New Orleans’ renowned restaurants and backstreet gems on a 3-hour food tour around Oak Street in Carrollton! With a local guide, explore the eclectic neighborhood with its thriving dining scene, and learn about the development of New Orleans’ distinct cuisine. At least half a dozen samples of both local and international dishes are included, offering enough food to make a meal. A hearty appetite is recommended as well as good walking shoes; this Carrollton food tour is done on foot.
See New Orleans in the morning with a guided stroll through the French Quarter on this festive, 1.5-hour, historic walking tour. Enjoy the sites and sounds of the city, with insightful commentary given by the tour guide. Visit Rise and Shine New Orleans, plus the world-famous Cafe Du Monde, and more. Experience New Orleans in an early and unique way.
Uncover the little known treasures of an uptown New Orleans neighborhood. Combine the cultural delights and delectable tastings of Freret Street on this 3-hour food & cocktail tour of Louisiana's gem accompanied by a savvy guide. Delve into the culinary scene of the city by visiting several popular bars, restaurants and gelateria's. Sample local Creole and Cajun specialties like Cajun Gumbo with lagniappe, Natchez style meat pies, homemade melt in your mouth gelato and a refreshing French 75 cocktail. Deepen your knowledge of New Orleans culinary and cultural traditions and enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour limited to 12 people.
Take a break from the hustle-bustle of New Orleans and escape to nature on this exhilarating, family-friendly airboat ride! Spot alligators, snakes, turtles, egrets and herons as you take a fast, fun ride over a tidewater cypress swamp close to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Admire moss-covered cypress and tupelo-gum trees as you explore bayous teeming with life and take advantage of incredible photo ops.
This small-group tour is limited to eight people (small airboat) or 25 people (large airboat) to allow for better views of the wildlife.
Please note: If you book the self-drive option you will not receive hotel pick up
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Savor tasty cocktails in the French Quarter of New Orleans on a walking tour with an expert local guide. Visit hidden gems enjoyed by locals for centuries, learning from your fun and knowledgeable guide about the historic venues you see and legendary cocktails you sip. Discover the origins of the grasshopper, learn the truth about absinthe, and sample a Sazerac concocted from a 19th-century recipe. Each stop features a classic cocktail, mixed by renowned bartenders who add a signature twist. It's a perfect tour for cocktail and culture enthusiasts!
This New Orleans food tour has every culinary taste covered. With a history-savvy guide leading the way, you’ll walk from classic Creole restaurants and neighborhood sandwich shops to hot sauce bars and artisanal candy stores. Visit up to six locations to sample diverse foods representing the breadth of Louisiana’s culinary heritage, including dishes like seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, po-boys and pralines. Learn about the historical origins of each cuisine and, when possible, hear the chefs discuss their influences. Enjoy plenty of food on this afternoon tour.
Combining the history of Louisiana cuisine and New Orleans-style cocktails, this event is a feast for the senses!
Along with your guide you will visit 7 locations: classic Creole restaurants, craft cocktail lounges, neighborhood sandwich shops, pre-Civil War bars, artisan candy stores and more. Once inside you’ll sample 10 different dishes and 4 full-sized drinks that represent the breadth and diversity of our culinary and cocktail heritage: dishes like gumbo, beef brisket, muffulettas, praline and cocktails like the Sazerac, Brandy Crusta, Grasshopper and more!
With so many dining and drinking options in New Orleans, why not try 7 different places in one fell swoop?!
Duration: Tour only: 1 hour, plus time to explore on your ow
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Journey back in time at the Houmas House Plantation as you take a guided tour of the antebellum mansion, just a short drive from New Orleans, and learn about the old South. Costumed staff bring the period to life as they explain the history of this former sugar plantation, and you have time to walk around the lavish gardens before or after your mansion tour.
Delve into the history of the French Quarter on a 2-hour walking tour with a knowledgeable guide who shares the legends and landmarks of this fascinating city. At a relaxed pace, take in the Mississippi River, French Market, St Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, the Presbytere, Jackson Square and more. Visit historic buildings and secluded courtyards, see famous literary and silver screen locations, and learn about Creole culture. Your entertaining guide provides a deep understanding of the forces that shaped the Big Easy.
Explore the world’s richest musical city, starting with a look at the legendary Preservation Hall. Visit the site of the Old French Opera House and stroll through the Tango Belt and May Bailey’s before arriving at the Treme section.
Explore one of the world's most dazzling residential neighborhoods with knowledgeable and entertaining guides. Highlights include the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar; the homes of Anne Rice, Trent Reznor, Archie and Peyton Manning; Nicolas Cage, John Goodman and Sandra Bullock; the cornstalk fence; and death site of Jefferson Davis; and film site of Brad Pitt's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." Explore the famed aboveground tombs of Lafayette Cemetery #1, including the Interview with the Vampire, Double Jeopardy, and Deja Vu film sites. Learn about New Orleans’ peculiar burial practices and funerary customs.
Stroll through the past and present of this fascinating city viewed through St. Louis Cemetery #1 (established 1789) with Robert Florence, author of New Orleans Cemeteries and City of the Dead, and New Orleans' top-rated guides. This burial ground reveals New Orleans history more vividly than any other historic site. Aboveground burial and picturesque decay combine with awesome architectural features for an unforgettable experience.
Take a spooky stroll through the French Quarter on this haunted, 2-hour walking tour in New Orleans. Venture into the realm of the unknown by touring 'America's most haunted city.' See haunted sites like the LaLaurie Mansion and the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, while listening to fascinating tales of local spirits like the Ghost of Pirates Alley, Pere Dagobert, or General PGT Beauregard. It’s a fascinating, spine-tingling adventure.
Trace centuries of history, culture, sights and sounds of the dynamic city of New Orleans on this 3-hour tour by mini-coach and on foot. Drive through the vibrant French Quarter, the beautiful Garden District and Jackson Square — a US National Historic Landmark — to see Creole townhouses, shotgun homes, historic mansions and the longest bridge in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway. Then hear tales of ghosts, voodoo and New Orleans' unique burial traditions on a walk at the legendary St Louis Cemetery No. 1. Choose from multiple tour times to suit your schedule.
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Discover 300 years of history on a guided excursion. Hear from the city's most knowledgeable tour guides as you take in breathless views of the French Quarter, the oldest French Settlement in the country.
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Walk the streets of New Orleans, one of the most haunted cities in the United States! Your professional guide will tell you about the paranormal activity that leads people to believing this to be the most haunted city.
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See the best of New Orleans in two fun-filled days with this hotel and sightseeing combo. Use the included Jazzy Pass and New Orleans Power Pass to travel around the city by public transport and visit top attractions like the Audubon Zoo independently. Also included are admission to Mardi Gras World, included in your Power Pass and a departure transfer on your last day. Your accommodation at a 4-star hotel near the French Quarter provides the ideal base to explore Bourbon Street and the charming lanes that surround it.
Explore French Quarter history through tales of prostitution. Learn about unforgettable characters involved in the world's oldest profession. This 2-hour tour highlights the working women including well known figures of Storyville. This experience provides bar stops where you may acquire a classic New Orleans cocktail (or your favorite beverage) in a to go cup. This tour starts near the river and concludes in the back of town. Visit two wonderful bars for brief breaks otherwise, there's plenty of street walking.
Treat yourself to a friendly French Quarter romp filled with history and storytelling. Start your tour at the world famous Café du Monde and make your way to see Jackson Square, the Mississippi River and other well-known landmarks. Take a look at locally-made crafts in nearby shops personally selected by your guide. Learn about the bustling port city and its influence of many cultures as you explore famous sites such as the French Market and the Old Ursuline Convent. Relax and enjoy the lovely Royal Street along with a discussion of ironwork and the significance of street names in the Vieux Carre. Walk in the footsteps of William Faulkner and Tennessee Williams and visit the sites where they created classics.
Uncover the history and opulence of historic New Orleans during this 2-hour through the Garden District. Visit Magazine Street, wander through The Buckner Mansion, the setting for Miss Robichaux's Academy in American Horror Story: Coven, and check out the homes of well-known celebrities. Take a trip to The Rink with an expert guide before heading to Lafayette Cemetery.
Explore one of the most famous cemeteries in New Orleans with this 1-hour tour of the St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. See the grave of Marie Laveaux, the voodoo queen, and some filming locations of 'Easy Rider.' Learn about wall vaults, family tombs, and society tombs. This sacred space requires reverence and it's with specific permission from the Archdiocese that only guests with licensed guides are admitted.
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.
This "city of the dead" walking tour is visually and historically alluring. Established in what was known as the City of Lafayette, now the heart of the Garden District, it remains non-segregated and non-denominational. This hour long tour discusses the burial traditions while showcasing wall vaults, family tombs and society tombs.
This 3-hour, small-group, walking food tour will introduce you to the intoxicating joie de vivre that it is to experience New Orleans, like a local, in the the Irish Channel. Join the local guide for an afternoon of seafood, culture, and history. New Orleanians are deeply in love with the quirky and historical neighborhoods lived in, and the interesting and delicious foods that have come to call the city home. New Orleans has always been kind to foreigners and immigrants, and, as a result, has benefited from all the wonderful things that they've brought here over the centuries.
You're invited to take a leisurely stroll through the stunning Garden District of New Orleans. See the stomping grounds of authors, poets, movie stars, artists, and sports legends such as Anne Rice, John Goodman, and Archie Manning. Enjoy the towering Southern Live Oak trees, magnificent Crepe Myrtles, and the stunning Magnolias that some have said make walking through the neighborhood akin to walking through a fairy tale. Learn the deep and rich history of the area and how it fits into the overall story of New Orleans including the jealousy and mistrust that led to the 'new money' of the 'garish' Americans trying to show up the splendor and glory of the 'old money' Europeans on the other side of town.
The tour also visits the oldest Municipal Cemetery in New Orleans, Lafayette #1, the site of filming for many famous movies and TV shows including Interview with a Vampire and Double Jeopardy.
Come experience this 2-hour tour inside St. Vincent's Guest House in New Orleans. You will participate in a paranormal investigation led by members of the Paranormal Society of New Orleans. Free on-site parking is included. This tour has a minimum age of 12 years old.
This is a tour that takes you through the sweat soaked madness of New Orleans best and worst. Get lost with your guide in this strange city and explore its dark past because this is not your grandmother's tour. This tour is for adults 17 years and older and the content not appropriate for children or easily offended.
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Founded in 1789 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, St. Louis #1 is New Orleans’ oldest active City of the Dead. Ornate, crumbling, and entrancing, St. Louis #1 is eerily beautiful even in the daytime. This New Orleans cemetery is the final resting place of the notorious Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau as well as many other colorful New Orleanians. Venture inside the vault lined walls of this historic New Orleans cemetery with your Master Storyteller and visit the New Orleans Musicians’ Tomb and the future tomb of Nicholas Cage.
Treme' (pronounced Tre-May) sits adjacent to the French Quarter and is the oldest African-American neighborhood in the United States. Treme' is a vibrant area steeped in music and culture. Come explore this iconic gem and revel in New Orleans Jazz history with its roots in Congo square and Storyville, the birthplace of such Jazz greats as Alphonse Picou and Trombone shorty.
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Everything from Armstrong to Zydeco! Come listen and walk (or maybe dance if you are so inclined) your way through one of the oldest and most musical neighborhoods of New Orleans. Learn why they say, “All Music (at least American Music) is born in New Orleans! As you walk from location to location LISTEN as your tour guide plays you some of the best and most historically important music in the history of our great city. Once you get to a location LEARN about what you just heard as your tour guide places it and its performers into the greater musical and historical context. This tour is for music lovers of all ages.
Go beyond the typical city tour experience and see New Orleans like a local. This tour operator takes their guests beyond the typical tourist experience, relax in an enclosed air-conditioned minibus that runs every day. You'll get a great introduction to the history, culture and architecture of this magnificent city.
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Explore the city of New Orleans and the famous Oak Alley Plantation on this guided, bus tour in New Orleans. First head to the Grande Dame of the Great River Road, Oak Alley Plantation. See the historic grounds — 25 acres of history and romance, regret and rebirth, tragedy and triumph. Arguably nowhere in the south is there a more spectacular setting. All entry fees plus a New Orleans hotel pickup and drop-off are included. Next hop into an air-conditioned minibus and begin with a trek through the French Quarter, the Garden District, the Ninth Ward, and City Park. Southern Style Tours has one mission, to provide guests with accurate historical information for an authentic understanding of New Orleans.
Embark on a 2.5-hour cemetery and ghost tour by bus to see the "Cities Of The Dead." New Orleans has 42 cemeteries, explore multiple cemeteries with a friendly and professional guide. Listen to unique burial rituals and practices while getting up close and personal. Explore Charity Hospital Cemetery, which was a potter’s field and now is home to the “Katrina Memorial.” Visit Holt Cemetery, primarily indigent, consisted of homemade tombstones and memorials on an air-conditioned minibus. Enjoy live commentary on-board as you take home everlasting, haunted memories.
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If you're looking for a limousine bus experience that includes unlimited stops and unlimited pick-up locations, this is the package for you. This 6-hour private limousine bus will make stops at several well-known spots like Pat O'Brien's bar, Lafitte's blacksmith bar, and The Carousal bar. Water and soda chilled on ice, along with complementary beer, will all be provided on the bus. All guests must be at least 21 years old.
Learn about Abita's brewing process, beer, and history on a guided tour of the recently expanded brewery. Abita's new tour format provides a more intimate and informative experience for guests! Tours last about 30 minutes and include four tastings of the beers. Tours are family-friendly. Closed-toe shoes are required to tour the brew house. If you know the date of your visit, reservations can be made online. Maximum of 20 guests.
This unique small-tour experience will guide you to the oldest above-ground cemetery in the United States, St. Louis No.1. Learn about the hauntings, history, and unusual burial practices that make our cemetery one of a kind, and learn the scandalous history of its most-celebrated occupants, including voodoo priestess Marie Laveau, civil rights pioneer Homer Plessy, and that scandalous Creole Bernard de Marigny, as well as view the future tomb of Nicholas Cage! Learn about society tombs, stepped tombs, wall vaults, family burials and so much more, plus see where Easy Rider was filmed and why the church wasn't too happy about it!
Departing from the old French Quarter, the original section of New Orleans, this tour will reveal the dark secrets and humble beginnings of New Orleans, discussing voodoo, hoodoo, and scandals, before taking you into a city of the dead like no other! You now must have a guide approved by the Archdiocese of New Orleans to visit St. Louis No.1.
Not for the faint of heart, this 2-hour tour explores the dark, the sadistic, and the just plain gross of life and death in New Orleans. As you stroll through the lovely old French Quarter, your guide will regale you with true tales of horror: murder most foul, medical experimentation, serial killers, horrible acts of depravity, and festering disease. Morbid Curiosity goes where no other tour dares, painting a graphic picture of New Orleans' dark and troubled past.
This tour provides an insider’s perspective, with opportunities to walk around on your own and take in the rich history of New Orleans. Relax in our bus with small group sizes and visit historic neighborhoods, including the French Quarter, Treme, Faubourgs St. John and Marigny, Garden and Warehouse Districts as well as a stop in one of our St. Louis Cemeteries. Enjoy a relaxing ride and experience the unique highlights of the Crescent City. The tour is 2.5 hours and offers hotel pick-up.
This historical walking tour of the French Quarter commemorates the Battle of New Orleans (which celebrated its 200th anniversary in January 2015), when Andrew Jackson led a motley crew to victory against British invasion. Stroll through the Vieux Carre as a native guide (and long-time resident of the French Quarter) recounts Louisiana’s transition from a colony to a state. You’ll visit a Creole cottage, tour a 19th century townhouse, visit the Calaboose where pirates were held, Jackson Square, Madame John's Legacy, Antoine's Restaurant, and much more!
From Truman to Tennessee and Faulkner to Hemingway, many of the giants of American and Southern literature came to New Orleans, one way or the other!
The Hotel Monteleone, one of several accredited Literary Landmarks in the Vieux Carre, is our departure point. The tour meanders past others such as the Napoleon House, the Upper Pontalba, the Faulkner House, the Williams House and the Beauregard-Keyes Mansion, ending at Antoine's Restaurant two hours later.
Visit the home of Tennessee Williams and Hotel Monteleone's carousel on this guided, 2-hour walking tour celebrating the gay heritage of New Orleans. Enjoy stops at a variety of local bars, like Hermes Bar and Napoleon House, to refill a to-go cup on this private tour. Walk around the French Quarter and gain insight from the guide's commentary along the way.
This private historical walking tour of the French Quarter commemorates the Battle of New Orleans, when Andrew Jackson led a motley crew to victory against British invasion. Stroll through the Vieux Carre as a native guide (and long-time resident of the French Quarter) recounts Louisiana’s transition from a colony to a state. You’ll visit a Creole cottage, tour a 19th century townhouse, visit the Calaboose where pirates were held, Jackson Square, Madame John's Legacy, Antoine's Restaurant, and much more!
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.
This is a great introduction to life in New Orleans, both past and present. An international city, New Orleans is famous around the world for her history, her generosity, and her cultural contributions. Not your ordinary tour, it's designed for the experienced traveler who seeks to go beyond the humdrum into a genuine understanding of the city's remarkable culture.
From Truman to Tennessee and Faulkner to Hemingway, many of the giants of American and Southern literature came to New Orleans, one way or the other!
The Hotel Monteleone, one of several accredited Literary Landmarks in the Vieux Carre, is our departure point. The tour meanders past others such as the Napoleon House, the Upper Pontalba, the Faulkner House, the Williams House and the Beauregard-Keyes Mansion, ending at Antoine's Restaurant two hours later.
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. Not your ordinary tour, it is designed for the discriminating and curious traveler who seeks to go beyond the humdrum into an understanding of our remarkable culture.
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 to the world's culture.
Experience the darker side of New Orleans on a 2-hour scandals and mysteries walking tour. Explore the historic French Quarter before or after dark, and hear original stories delivered by one of the “Vieux Carré’s” most gifted raconteurs.
Enjoy a haunted excursion that covers ghosts, vampires, New Orleans history, culture and architecture, as well as its cemeteries with a real EMF Meter (Ghost/Paranormal Detector). Stroll down the streets of the French Quarter while hearing detailed stories about New Orleans. This tour gives meaning to the saying 'laissez les bon temps rouler', the Cajun expression meaning "Let the good times roll." You will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route to grab a drink to-go and then the tour group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside, however some do not.
Explore the 'dark side' of New Orleans with this 2-hour drinking tour that is full of ghost and vampire stories. Hear about some of the city's mysteries, including unsolved murders and paranormal activity. Along the tour route guests will be allowed to stop in and grab drinks to go at bars! Open your mind to the possibility of experiencing paranormal activity during the tour, including cold spots, seeing apparitions, and catching orbs and apparitions in pictures.
A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour.
Visit New Orleans like a real local and learn where all the locals' secret sweet spots are with this 2-hour insider tour. Learn about New Orleans' history along with detailed stories of events that made New Orleans become the city that it is today. During this tour you are encouraged to eat, drink and most of all have fun!
Here is your chance to go on a real ghost adventure! It is common for guests to experience cold spots, see apparitions, and some have actually caught orbs and apparitions in pictures that they took during the tour. New Orleans has a very rich history, countless unsolved mysterys including both documented unsolved murders and suicides, and it also has some powerful paranormal activity. That is probably why it is referred to as the most haunted city in the United States. A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour.
Explore New Orleans' most colorful and decadent district with this 2-hour French Quarter walking tour. Learn about the neighborhood's history on a leisurely stroll filled with tantalizing sights and sounds. Hear ghost stories, vampire stories and even learn about the infamous voodoo that took place in New Orleans. This tour has it all.
During the tour guests will be allowed to stop in a different bars along the tour route to get to go drinks. Some bars allow children inside however some do not.
A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour.
During this two our walking tour you will discover the haunted streets and supernatural legends of the French Quarter. This tour is led by a local professional guide. A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour. To add to the fun and entertainment of this tour guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route and purchase a to go drink before the group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
Learn about New Orleans history through its myths, folklore, and superstitions during a 2-hour walking tour through the French Quarter. Visit the home of Marie Laveau, New Orleans’ queen of Voodoo, and discover traditional burial practices at the cemetery from your guide, who shares legendary stories and spooky tales. To add to the fun and entertainment of this tour guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route and purchase a to go drink before the group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
Experience the haunted side of New Orleans with this 2-hour Halloween tour of the Spirits of the French Quarter. Walk through the most haunted city in the United States to learn about unsolved murders, suicides, and paranormal activity. Visit haunted buildings. It's common for guests on this tour to experience cold spots and see apparitions, and some have actually caught orbs and apparitions in pictures. Dress up in costume if you wish, to get even more into the Halloween spirit.
Soak up the rich history of New Orleans on this 2-hour tour. Experience paranormal activity such as cold spots, apparitions and the possibility of catching an orb. Visit 15 locations with your knowledgeable guide. Learn about traditional burial practices, Voodoo, vampires, and ghosts. Hear stories of intrigue and see interesting architecture. A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour. To add to the fun and entertainment of this tour guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route and purchase a to go drink before the group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
Dig into a mysterious side of New Orleans with this 2-hour French Quarter spirits tour. See if you encounter any the spirits that have decided to call the French Quarter home. Visit some of the many haunted locations throughout the neighborhood. Don't miss out on this exciting look at New Orleans with a licensed tour guide. Guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route to grab a to go drink and then the tour group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
Stroll back in time and discover the mysterious beginnings of New Orleans during a 2-hour walking tour. Guests will head down dark alleys and shadowy streets at night. Hear true crime stories in the Crescent City from your guide, who uncovers the hauntings of sites laden with the supernatural. Guests will be allowed to stop and get to go drinks during the tour.
Experience America's oldest and most mysterious living city from the perspective of a local with this 2-hour guided walking tour of the French Quarter. Hear about the secrets lurking in numerous alleys named after past sinners and saints. Take pictures of the gorgeous architecture of the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square, and inhale the abundant scents of Creole cooking that waft in the air. The intriguing Pharmacy Museum is on the tour route. Guests will learn about gris-gris potions used by the infamous Voodoo priestesses.
Guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route to grab a to go drink and then the tour group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
Drink your way through the one of the oldest neighborhoods in the United States. This tour group discovers the rich culture and vibe of New Orleans’ most decadent district while learning about the neighborhood’s dark history from a knowledgeable insider. This tour covers the dark side of New Orleans history. Also hear the legends of ghosts, vampires, and voodoo that is said to run thick in the French Quarter. This tour covers it all. A blast for boozers, history buffs, and anyone interested in the paranormal.
This tour is actually an investigation and an in depth look into the paranormal activity that takes place in Americas most haunted city. Visit the top ten haunted locations in New Orleans during this investigation. A real EMF meter - ghost/paranormal detector will be used during this tour.
Take part in the annual Drunken Turkey Hunt 2017 during a tour of the world famous French Quarter. Guests will follow a licensed tour guide through the beautiful streets of the world famous French Quarter and hear stories about multiple locations including National Historic Landmarks, The LaLaurie Mansion which is the most Haunted House in the city of New Orleans, The Sultans Palace, a home owned by Marie Laveau given as payment for her voodoo services, and much more. Guests will hear stories of New Orleans history including 'dark' history, voodoo, paranormal and real New Orleans vampires. During the tour, the tour guide will stop at bars and allow guests to refill their to go cups along the way. During the course of the tour, the first guest to find the Turkey that has been hidden on the tour route will win a prize.
Enjoy this tour, which explores the rich culture and vibe of New Orleans’ French Quarter - the most decadent district. You will be learning about its dark history, its legends of ghosts, vampires, and voodoo - deeply-rooted in its French culture. You will also be allowed to make a pit stop at any of the bars that the tour group passes to get your to-go cup refilled.
See New Orleans at the holidays and welcome Christmas with a guided stroll through the French Quarter on this festive, 2-hour 'Jingle Bells and Beer' walking tour. Enjoy the extravagant decorations throughout the French Quarter, with insightful commentary given by the tour guide. See places of interest like the St. Louis Cathedral, and other historic and cultural landmarks. Visit courtyards, cathedrals, restaurants, and shops, and hear stories of voodoo, ghosts, and vampires.
Explore anything and everything New Orleans in a guided, 2-hour walking tour. This 'New Orleans Five-in-One Extravaganza Tour' is the one and only tour that provides visitors with five different tours combined. It's a great way to experience all the top New Orleans tours in a 2-hour (approx) period. Guests will visit a total of 15 different locations during this tour, inside the French Quarter,. A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour. Guests will be allowed to stop and grab to go drinks during the tour.
Get insights into the history of New Orleans during this private 2-hour walking tour. Travel through time, from the city's founding by the French, through its period under Spanish control, then briefly back to French rule before being acquired by the United States in the Louisiana Purchase. To add to the fun and entertainment of this tour guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route and purchase a to go drink before the group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
This 2-hour walking tour takes you on an exploration of New Orleans voodoo. See the witches living and practicing their craft in the French Quarter. Learn about the pirates who helped found New Orleans and hid their treasure in and the surrounding area. Visit locations where paranormal activity, including documented ghost and vampire sightings, have been a common occurrence for centuries and continue today. The tour guide will give background on the ghosts and vampires who are still roaming around the old, uneven and, yes, very dilapidated haunted streets of New Orleans, Louisiana. During this tour, an EMF meter, ghost/paranormal detector will be used. To add to the fun and entertainment of this tour guests will be allowed to stop in bars along the tour route and purchase a to go drink before the group heads out to the next location. Please keep in mind that some bars allow children inside however some do not.
In a city full of drinkers, some of the finest drinkers gather for this tour to tell some of their finest drinking stories. It’s like Drunk History only better because it's full of New Orleans history, New Orleans' most legendary ghost and vampire stories, and the best of the best voodoo stories deep in New Orleans culture. This tour is sure to guarantee laughter.
See New Orleans during the holidays and welcome Christmas with a guided stroll through the French Quarter on this festive, 2-hour walking tour. Enjoy the extravagant decorations throughout the French Quarter, with insightful commentary given by the tour guide. See places of interest like the St. Louis Cathedral and other historic and cultural landmarks. Visit cathedrals, restaurants, and shops, and hear stories of voodoo, ghosts, and vampires.
This tour lets you exercise your legs while taking in beautiful views of the French Quarter. Experience the sights, sounds, and culture of New Orleans on this wonderful walking tour. You will hear stories about New Orleans ghosts, voodoo, and vampires. Guests will be allowed to stop in any bars along the tour route to purchase drinks.
Explore the 'dark side' of New Orleans with this 2-hour drinking tour that is full of ghost and vampire stories. Hear about some of the city's mysteries, including unsolved murders and paranormal activity. Along the tour route guests will be allowed to stop in and grab to go drinks at bars! Open your mind to the possibility of experiencing paranormal activity during the tour, including cold spots, seeing apparitions, and catching orbs and apparitions in pictures. Adding bar stops to this tour is sure to add to the entertainment for all our guests.
A real EMF Meter - Ghost/Paranormal Detector will be used during this tour.
Created just for kids! Providing kids with an activity that is educational, entertaining, & fun! During the tour kids will also get beignets & their choice of a drink from Cafe du Monde! Parents can join with the purchase of an adult ticket.
Take a trip back in time and discover the mysterious beginnings of the Crescent City! Embrace the rich culture of the "Big Easy" ind uncover the French Creole - The Cajuns - Mardi Gras and Carnival - Pirates - Casket Girls and Prostitutes & the Mob in New Orleans! Continue your journey through the darkest history of the city. Guests will be allowed to stop and grab to go drinks along the tour route!
FX television show American Horror Story filmed its third and fourth seasons in New Orleans, LA. This walking tour features locations filmed in the French Quarter area. Walk in the footsteps of Fiona and Madame LaLaurie, among others.
Louisiana is the film production capital of the world. New Orleans is the #1 city where those films are made. This tour features locations from popular television shows and movies as well as locations relating to several famous authors. Many of the sites we visit are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This is an independent, unofficial tour of public locations. This tour is not sponsored, affiliated, associated nor connected with, licensed or endorsed by, these shows or authors in any way, and does not include access to any official locations.