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Our most recommended French Quarter Interactive Tours & Incentive Events

  • New Orleans: 3-Hour Interactive Scavenger Hunt

    1. New Orleans: 3-Hour Interactive Scavenger Hunt

    Turn New Orleans into a giant board game with the Urban Adventure Quest interactive scavenger hunt. Combine the thrill of the race with a unique sightseeing experience of the city. Beginning near the downtown waterfront, let your smart phone guide you along the Mississippi river and through some of the city's renowned marketplaces, solving riddles, finding clues, and completing challenges, all the while discovering more about the area's history. Hustle through the sights and sounds of the city, from Jackson Square along its many fabled streets, meandering through famous landmarks as well as New Orlean's many overlooked treasures. There are few tours of the city quite as exciting, and even fewer as unique! Points of Interest on Your Quest: • Spanish Plaza • Water Front • French Market • Cafe Du Monde • Jackson Square • Washington Artillery and Cabildo • Bourbon Street

    Our family was so happy we chose this. We saw parts of New Orleans that we otherwise wouldn’t have, plus we had a lot of fun together. We’ll do one of these in every city we travel to from now on!

  • New Orleans: Drunken History Walking Tour

    2. New Orleans: Drunken History Walking Tour

    Take a shot or two with a chaser of New Orleans history. Some libations and citations, if you will. This drunken history walking tour is a one-of-a-kind excursion. New Orleans and booze go together like red beans and rice. The city has been the party capital of the American South since before it was American or South. The locals have figured out that just about anything can be enhanced with alcohol. That’s why your guides decided it was about time their visitors had the opportunity to stroll through the French Quarter, learning the history whilst simultaneously indulging in an age old New Orleans tradition by drinking like a local. This 21-and-older experience isn’t your ordinary walking tour. For one, the tour guide can, and will, drink with you the whole time. Being a full walking tour of the French Quarter, you’ll hear riveting stories and important knowledge necessary for a full un...

    Robert, our tour guide was amazing. The history of not only New Orleans , but also of the drinks in the area. He made the tour fun and enjoyable! Have us some amazing recommendations for places to eat. Definitely would recommend.

  • 2-Hour French Quarter and Cemetery Tour

    3. 2-Hour French Quarter and Cemetery Tour

    This is on the top of the list of things to do in New Orleans! Meeting in the French Quarter, you will learn of history from long ago, as well as the many types of architecture and how immigrants influenced history, paint colors, and the architecture! Although this is the oldest cemetery in operation in New Orleans, your guide will disclose the first burial grounds in the city and another cemetery, which was in use before St. Louis #1. You will hear of burial customs, not commonly used in the United States. Prepare yourself!  The architecture in the cemetery is amazing! There are many different types of architecture, as well as burials in this cemetery.  See the massive Society tombs (the Italian, the French, the Batalion of Artillery, the Spanish, the Portuguese and many more!), the tomb of Homer Plessy, Bernard Marigny (the richest, youngest person to live in the city of New Orlean...

  • New Orleans Kids and Family French Quarter Walking Tour

    4. New Orleans Kids and Family French Quarter Walking Tour

    On the morning of the tour, your guide will meet you in Jackson Square and everyone will toss a penny in the fountain for good luck and put on some Mardi Gras beads. Your family will enjoy a local snack (the snack varies depending on allergies and seasonal availability) while your guide presents you with a quick, easy history of New Orleans (with pictures!). From Jackson Square, you will follow your friendly tour guide through the bustling, colorful streets of the French Quarter, as you learn about pirates, Mardi Gras, voodoo, jazz music, second-line parades, Creole cuisine and history. You will also learn about how kids and families lived in New Orleans in years past. Your children will be captivated by the colorful sights and sounds of this vibrant neighborhood and you will learn a few things and be able to ask your guide to make recommendations of other things to see and do in New Or...

    We loved the tour. Our guide Crissy, was amazing. She was super knowledgeable and kept the kids engaged the whole time. I would highly suggest this tour for anyone with kids.

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What people are saying about French Quarter

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

People here are looking to have a good time and experience the best of the city. This tour is fun and you learn a little about the city and why they have their best know drinks. The tour guide wants you to have fun and really helps to make sure that happens. I highly recommend!

Robert, our tour guide was amazing. The history of not only New Orleans , but also of the drinks in the area. He made the tour fun and enjoyable! Have us some amazing recommendations for places to eat. Definitely would recommend.

Our family was so happy we chose this. We saw parts of New Orleans that we otherwise wouldn’t have, plus we had a lot of fun together. We’ll do one of these in every city we travel to from now on!

We loved the tour. Our guide Crissy, was amazing. She was super knowledgeable and kept the kids engaged the whole time. I would highly suggest this tour for anyone with kids.

Crissy was engaging and knowledgable, she brought crafts and snacks and communicated with us the day before already!