Make your visit to New Orleans one that you and your family will cherish for years with one or more of these sightseeing tours.
Discover the exciting history and architecture of the French Quarter or Garden District on a walking tour, have lunch or dinner at the famous Court of Two Sisters or enjoy one of several daytime or evening Mississippi River Cruises on the Natchez or Creole Queen Steamboats with or without lunch or dinner included.
See the impact Hurricane Katrina had on New Orleans, venture out on a swamp tour or visit the plantation mansions on the Great River Road.
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Mississippi River Steamboat Cruises
New Orleans Natchez Steamboat Harbor Cruises
Your two-hour cruise from the heart of the French Quarter takes you back when cotton was king and life was slow and graceful as the current on the Mississippi. Enjoy a Creole lunch, if you like, and let the authentic Steamboat NATCHEZ show you New Orleans, as it can best be seen, from the water!
Experience the romance of New Orleans on the Mississippi as you enjoy a New Orleans' style buffet dinner and listen to live jazz by the Dukes of Dixieland, aboard New Orleans' Steamboat NATCHEZ!
New Orleans Creole Queen Jazz Cruises
Spend an evening aboard the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen and enjoy authentic Creole cuisine, live jazz music and a heavenly cruise down the mighty Mississippi.
This Dinner Jazz Cruise is pure New Orleans and pure pleasure!
When night falls, the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen rises to the occasion. Step on board and cruise into the night where the sleepless activity of America's busiest port buzzes.
Enjoy the sounds of a lively jazz band, as you cruise down the mighty Mississippi River.
City Coach/Walking Tours
French Quarter Walking Tour of New Orleans
Stroll along the Mississippi, through the French Market, Jackson Square and down the sidewalks of quaint streets. Let a ‘local expert’ unravel the mysteries of America’s oldest and most unique living neighborhood!
Garden District Walking Tour of New Orleans
The Original Five Star Garden District Tour! This famous tour explores the part of New Orleans known as the “American” section of town. The elegant, lavish and historic Garden District was built in the 1800's to rival the architectural splendor and beauty of the French Quarter.
New Orleans St. Louis Cemetery Tour
The Cemetery Tour is an adventure into the legendary St. Louis Cemetery, New Orleans’ oldest city of the dead. You’ll explore the cemetery, visit the tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and learn about this secretive religion.
The Court of Two Sisters Creole Dinner or Jazz Brunch
New Orleans is a destination for food, history and music. The Court of Two Sisters offers an authentic blend of all three with a reputation as one of New Orleans’ premier restaurants. Choice of 3 romantic dining rooms or courtyard dining. An award winning dining experience!
Dine in an old-world courtyard with gas lights and flowing fountains. Offering over 60 creole dishes. Live New Orleans jazz 7 days a week.
Crescent City Night Tour of New Orleans
Crescent City Night Tour of New Orleans is a walking tour along Bourbon Street that includes dinner & gratuity, admission to a nightclub, cocktail, coffee & beignets, and souvenir Mardi Gras beads. Learn interesting facts that make New Orleans such a unique place.
Garden District Ghosts and Legends of New Orleans
Legends, Lore and Haunts of the Garden District explore the darker side of the Ante Bellum section of New Orleans. Phantoms & Ghosts abound! Hear eerie tales of ghostly manifestations, along with the legends and folklore that make this tour a “must do” while visiting New Orleans.
New Orleans Ghost Tour
The tour you've seen on A&E, History Channel and The Travel Channel!
This famous New Orleans Ghost Tour explores the grim and ghastly deeds of the old French Quarter. Ghosts and Spirits still haunt the legendary Vieux Carre. On this walking tour, visit sights of documented hauntings!
New Orleans Night Time Voodoo Tour
New Orleans Voodoo Tours explore the mystical world of Voodoo in New Orleans. You'll hear stories about practitioners; visit real Voodoo altars & an authentic New Orleans Voodoo shop.
The people of New Orleans feared nothing more than the dreaded Voodoo curse! The nighttime Voodoo Tour is educational and historical.
New Orleans Motorcoach Sightseeing Tour
See the “Big Easy” in comfort in a deluxe motorcoach. On this narrated tour, learn three centuries of New Orleans history, legends and romance. Tour all the “districts”—including the Garden District, Jackson Square and the French Quarter—and even stop at one of the Cities of the Dead.
Hurricane Katrina Tour
On August 29, 2005, New Orleans and the Gulf Coast were devastated by a storm that will go down in history as one of the worst catastrophes on American soil.
Your tour guide will give a local's chronology of events leading up to Hurricane Katrina and the days immediately following the disaster. Guests will learn the history of the original city, the French Quarter, and why it was built at this particular location.
Oak Alley Plantation Tour
Feel the gentle breeze of Southern hospitality on a tour that takes you back to the glory of the Old South and visit to one of the most historic and beautiful homes in Louisiana.
Oak Alley Plantation has been called the “Grande Dame of the Great River Road.” A quarter-mile canopy of giant live oak trees, believed to be nearly 300 years old, forms an impressive avenue leading to the classic Greek-revival style antebellum home.
Jean Lafitte Swamp Tour with Transportation
Journey by boat, Cajun-style, for a 1 hour 45 minute tour through the heart of Southern Louisiana’s swamplands. Experience real-life adventure for the whole family from the comfort of special swamp boats. Jean Lafitte Swamp Tours explore Louisiana's back country along its meandering bayous abundant with wildlife and exotic plant life.
Round-trip transportation provided from your New Oreleans hotel.
Bayou and Swamp Adventure
You’ll be transported to the wild side of Louisiana by motorcoach and swamp boat, to see alligators, raccoons, rare birds and experience the infamous Cajun Bayou. Experience the timeless beauty of South Louisiana in a custom built swamp boat through part of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park - Barataria Preserve.
A short ride across the Mississippi River, takes you to a fascinating adventure in the Louisiana swamps & bayous.
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