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  • New Orleans: 1-Hour Carriage Ride Through the French Quarter

    1. New Orleans: 1-Hour Carriage Ride Through the French Quarter

    Discover the historic neighborhoods of New Orleans in a traditional mule-drawn carriage, taking in the vibrant history, culture, and architecture of the French Quarter. Relax and travel in style through some of the most exciting neighborhoods in America.

    Learn the basics of New Orleans's history as you travel in style around its vibrant streets. Discover fascinating anecdotes about the people and places that have contributed to making New Orleans truly unique and unforgettable from your licensed local guide.

    See French Quarter sights like the Saint Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, Napoleon House, the French Market, and Bourbon Street. Choose between a walking tour of St Louis Cemetery #1, or a ride through the Faubourg Marigny with its unique architecture and live music venues.

    Enjoy peace of mind knowing that group carriage tours travel at a leisurely pace...

    We went past interesting sites, gathered a little more of New Orleans history and got away from the crowds for a while.

  • New Orleans Hop-On, Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

    2. New Orleans Hop-On, Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

    This New Orleans hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour gives you access to enjoy and take in this beautiful city at your leisure. Hop-Off at the Superdome, originally named the Louisiana Superdome, which is the largest fixed dome structure in the world, and home to the NFL’s New Orleans Saints. Take the bus tour to all of the city’s popular attractions. Visit the stunning St. Louis Cathedral, which is a major landmark in the French Quarter and the oldest continuously active cathedral in the United States. Wander down Royal Street, one of the city's most historic streets, for crafts, antiques, art objects, and museums. Or, Hop-Off at the French Market and peruse stands loaded with fresh local produce along with an array of items including keepsakes and souvenirs. Whatever you choose to do during your stay in New Orleans, this hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour will give you a chance to see the...

    Chris was an excellent guide. He interjected the right amount of humor with the history of New Orleans. We would highly recommended him as your tour guide.

  • New Orleans: French Quarter Saint & Sinner History Tour

    3. New Orleans: French Quarter Saint & Sinner History Tour

    From the beginning faith has ruled this great city. For some, it has created rumors of conspiracy, witchcraft, and vampires. For others, it inspired greatness. Lives have been lost and battlegrounds drawn, but New Orleans’ eclectic belief systems have created a sense of acceptance found nowhere else. Did you know that the famous voodoo priestess, Marie Laveau, was also a devout Catholic? Surprises abound on this inspiring journey. Join the most unique and interesting walking tour in New Orleans. New Orleans is a hot, humid and sometimes unforgiving place where in the dead of summer the air takes on the quality of a crawfish boil. It is a long, drawn out fever that seeps into the bloodstream and compels even the sweetest from small town America to do obscene things. This is the real New Orleans which does not fit neatly into the category of "American" city. It is a black water port, Cari...

    It was a fun tour not everything was absolutely the truth but entertaining guide was fun.

  • New Orleans: French Quarter Secrets and Bourbon Street Tour

    4. New Orleans: French Quarter Secrets and Bourbon Street Tour

    Your tour begins on Bourbon Street where you’ll meet your local expert guide. Set off to learn how this area developed from a seedy slum into one of the preeminent pleasure districts in the United States. You will also swing into a bar to learn about (and enjoy too if you wish) one of the many cocktails created in the French Quarter, before pausing on Royal Street to see some of the best street musicians in America and learn about the creation of Jazz music. From there, your guide will take you to Jackson Square where you’ll see landmark buildings like the Pontalba apartments (the oldest continually-occupied apartments in America), the St. Louis Cathedral, and the Cabildo (where the Louisiana Purchase was signed). You will then step inside the Presbytere for a guided tour of the interior, including exhibits on Mardi Gras and Hurricane Katrina. You can’t visit New Orleans without a clos...

    Nice little tour to see a lot of the "off the beaten path" areas. A lot of the guide's regular spots were closed because of COVID-19 but he did a great job in making up for things.

  • New Orleans: French Quarter Photo Shoot and Walking Tour

    5. New Orleans: French Quarter Photo Shoot and Walking Tour

    Explore the French Quarter of New Orleans with a local photographer with a passion for lively, colorful photos. Pose for incredible pictures in front of memorable landmarks. Meet your local photographer-guide in the French Quarter to start your tour. Take a relaxed walk around the neighborhood to find great spots to take photos. Follow your guide through this stunning part of New Orleans and learn about its history. See St. Louis Cathedral, Bourbon Street, and Royal Street. Stop for your photographer to snap amazing photos of you with recognizable New Orleans landmarks as your backdrop. Choose between focusing on the French Quarter or taking in all the highlights of New Orleans. Let your photographer help you find the right poses to capture you at your best, ensuring you have great photos to take home.

  • New Orleans: 2-Hour French Quarter History and Voodoo Tour

    6. New Orleans: 2-Hour French Quarter History and Voodoo Tour

    Follow your licensed guide, a master storyteller, through New Orleans' French Quarter. Learn about the neighborhood's interesting past and travel through its adventurous history as you discover what makes the French Quarter one of the most unique and friendliest places in the United States. Meet your guide and begin touring at Congo Square where you'll learn about the history of voodoo, the slave trade, and the indigenous peoples of New Orleans. Hear the story of the infamous Voodoo priestess, Marie Laveau, and visit the site of her former home. Afterward, stop at the historic Supreme Court building for tales about Louisiana politicians and court cases such as Huey P. Long, Edwin Edwards, and Plessy vs. Fergusson. During your tour learn about the city's music, food, architecture, culture, literary history, and Bourbon Street. Your tour ends at Jackson Square where you can admire even ...

  • Ghosts and Spirits – New Orleans Evening Walking Tour

    7. Ghosts and Spirits – New Orleans Evening Walking Tour

    Prepare yourself for a thorough spooking on this historical ghost tour through the spooky French Quarter in New Orleans. Led by a professional in all things paranormal, visit haunted locations that have been featured on the The History Channel and the Discovery Channel. You will hear tales of a beautiful voice floating out of the mist after trains in the French Quarter, and the gruesome tale of Pere’ Dagobert versus Bloody O’Reilly. You will also pay a visit to the famous Bourbon Orleans Hotel, which is reported to be full of ghosts and the site of a number of documented hauntings. This fun tour offers both a spooky and informative tour of a fascinating city.

    Our tour guide was awesome with telling facts as a story, very informative and interesting. We learned a lot of this tour. Highly recommend

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What people are saying about Royal Street, New Orleans

Chris was an excellent guide. He interjected the right amount of humor with the history of New Orleans. We would highly recommended him as your tour guide.

We went past interesting sites, gathered a little more of New Orleans history and got away from the crowds for a while.

It was a fun tour not everything was absolutely the truth but entertaining guide was fun.

Great tour best we took while in New Oreleans. Guide was knowlegable and courtious

Great experience. Good way to learn the history of New Orleans.