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New Orleans Vampire Tour

New Orleans Vampire Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$24.99

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 ... More info ›

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!

Are there vampires prowling the night in the French Quarter of New Orleans? Follow your offbeat, theatrical guide into the dark realm of the city’s undead and find out!

Escape into the streets on your 2-hour vampire tour, departing at 8:30pm from Saint Louis Cathedral. Your New Orleans tour guide will provide an eerie, chilling yet fun-filled adventure as you walk to famous sites and hear about true-to-life vampire-style crimes.

Visit the mysterious world associated with creatures of the night, including a trip to a noted vampire tavern. You’ll see onsite movie locations for Interview with a Vampire and other sites of fictional creations. As you round dark corners, keep an eye out for bloodthirsty vampires creeping through the antebellum streets of the French Quarter by dusk.

Learn about vampire scandals and stories pulled from city police reports, archives, diaries, and newspaper interviews… only you can decide if these vampires are real or imagined!

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Garden District Walking Tour: Mansions and Lafayette Cemetery

Garden District Walking Tour: Mansions and Lafayette Cemetery - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$37.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

Your tour begins in the French Quarter, where you'll board a comfortable, air-conditioned coach and travel to the quieter and more genteel Garden District. This elegant historical area, known for its marvelous examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture and lovely gardens, was once the site of a number of plantations. Learn from your guide how in the 19th century it was sold off piece by piece primarily to wealthy Americans who built the lavish mansions that still dominate this district.
See mansions belonging to local author Anne Rice, actress Sandra Bullock, actor John Goodman, and former New Orleans Saints' quarterback — and father of Peyton and Eli — Archie Manning. Stop for an exclusive tour of a stately Garden District home built around the end of the American Civil War in 1865.
Admire an unusual cast-iron fence resembling a row of cornstalks and learn the legend of how a southern colonel had it made in the mid-1800s to comfort his homesick Iowan wife. You'll also see where Confederate leader Jefferson died at age 81 and stop to walk around Lafayette Cemetery, one of New Orleans' many above-ground cemeteries. Hear about how the high water table and frequent flooding in the city helped drive the creation of these 'cities of the dead' as you capture photos of the elaborate tombs and statuary.

Enjoy light refreshments at Magazine PoBoy Shop before heading back to the French Quarter by coach at the end of your 2.5-hour Garden District tour.

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Shared Departure Transfer: Hotel or Cruise Port to New Orleans Airport

Shared Departure Transfer: Hotel or Cruise Port to New Orleans Airport   - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: Varies
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$24.00

Don’t stress about missing your flight – travel to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport on time and with ease. This shared-ride door-to-door transfer is the most economical and efficient mode of transportation ... More info ›

Don’t stress about missing your flight – travel to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport on time and with ease. This shared-ride door-to-door transfer is the most economical and efficient mode of transportation. You can choose to be picked up from one of two destinations in the area – your New Orleans downtown hotel or the cruise terminal – and driven in comfort to the New Orleans airport.

Transfer services are available from 3am to 2am, seven days a week.

Whether you have been enjoying time in New Orleans or you’re arriving from a cruise vacation, enjoy this stress-free way to travel to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport for your flight home. Choose from two pickup options: Your New Orleans hotel or cruise ship terminal.

When making a booking, please note your flight departure details and full address of your New Orleans downtown hotel or the details of your pickup cruise port. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Be sure to call at least 24 hours in advance to reserve exact pickup time.

This transfer cannot be used for transit between ports and hotels.

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New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour

New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$25.00

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 ... More info ›

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!

Escape into the spirited past as your theatrical ghost-hunter guide leads you on a 2-hour haunted history ghost tour – featured on the History Channel and recommended by the Travel Channel as the ‘number one tour in New Orleans’!

Departing from Reverend Zombie’s Voodoo Shop in the evening, follow your guide through the legendary French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré, the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans. This eerie, chilling yet fun-filled adventure takes you to several sites of documented hauntings by the region’s ghosts and spirits.

See the French Quarter residences in which unbelievable events took place and visit a haunted bar along the way. You’ll get the shivers amid the shadows as you descend into New Orleans’ grim and grisly past, and discover thrilling tales of supernatural activity – try to capture it in a photo if you dare!

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New Orleans Super Saver: Swamp and Bayou Sightseeing plus Oak Alley Plantation Tour

New Orleans Super Saver: Swamp and Bayou Sightseeing plus Oak Alley Plantation Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 days
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$112.00

Enjoy the flexibility of combining the Swamp and Bayou Tour and the Oak Alley Plantation Tour and SAVE! Travel across the Mississippi by coach for a boat trip deep into the Louisiana bayou and experience a bygone era at At Oak Alley Plantation.

Important Note: Tours must be taken on different days. At checkout, select the date of your Swamp and Bayou Tour and then fill in the date you want to take the Oak Alley Plantation Tour in the special requirements box ... More info ›

Enjoy the flexibility of combining the Swamp and Bayou Tour and the Oak Alley Plantation Tour and SAVE! Travel across the Mississippi by coach for a boat trip deep into the Louisiana bayou and experience a bygone era at At Oak Alley Plantation.

Important Note: Tours must be taken on different days. At checkout, select the date of your Swamp and Bayou Tour and then fill in the date you want to take the Oak Alley Plantation Tour in the special requirements box.

Swamp and Bayou Tour: After a short motorcoach ride across the Mississippi River, take a boat trip into the swamps and bayous to experience the timeless beauty of Southern Louisiana. Native guides will reveal the mysteries of the swamps and bayous and the Cajun "joie de vivre". Hear how Cajuns turned soup into gumbo, the washboard into a musical instrument, and the swamps of Louisiana into a paradise.

See the nesting grounds of alligators, egrets, raccoons, nutria, and snakes. Be treated to a Bayou Nature Wildlife Show by a local naturalist with snakes, alligator snapping turtles, and raccoons among the animal guests. Learn about the efforts made to preserve and restore Louisiana's vanishing wetlands. Tour is approximately 3.75 hours.

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! Marvel at the unbelievable quarter-mile long alley of 28 oak trees, each over 250 years old. Perhaps the most photographed plantation ever, Oak Alley, built in 1839 has been the setting for such motion pictures as "Interview with a Vampire", "Primary Colors" and the daytime soap opera, "Days of our Lives".

Your guided tour will reveal the fascinating stories of the home and its history. View the majestic cypress trees in Louisiana's swamps bordering the Mississippi River. You can purchase a snack in the cafe and ice cream parlor to enjoy at the picnic tables (not included). Tour is approximately 4.5 hours.

Important Note: Tours must be taken on different days. At checkout, select the date of your Swamp and Bayou Tour and then fill in the date you want to take the Oak Alley Plantation Tour in the special requirements box.

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Guided Historical French Quarter Walking Tour

Guided Historical French Quarter Walking Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$26.00

Stroll along quaint streets of the French Quarter to Jackson Square on the Mighty Mississippi. Explore the French Market while your guide shares stories about New Orleans' oldest neighborhood.

Let your own ‘local expert’ unravel the mysteries of one of America’s oldest and most unique living neighborhoods!

Follow in the footsteps of historic figures as you stroll along the Mighty Mississippi, through the French Market and Jackson Square, and down the banquettes (sidewalks) of quaint streets named for saints and sinners from our European past.

Learn about the Creoles on this tour through the original city, founded in 1718 by French explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville.

See the old Quarter come to life as your guide explains its secrets and helps you understand all it has to offer - architecture, courtyards, gardens, food, music, and art.

Visit Madame John’s Legacy, built in 1788 and one of the best examples of French colonial architecture in North America ... More info ›

Stroll along quaint streets of the French Quarter to Jackson Square on the Mighty Mississippi. Explore the French Market while your guide shares stories about New Orleans' oldest neighborhood.

Let your own ‘local expert’ unravel the mysteries of one of America’s oldest and most unique living neighborhoods!

Follow in the footsteps of historic figures as you stroll along the Mighty Mississippi, through the French Market and Jackson Square, and down the banquettes (sidewalks) of quaint streets named for saints and sinners from our European past.

Learn about the Creoles on this tour through the original city, founded in 1718 by French explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville.

See the old Quarter come to life as your guide explains its secrets and helps you understand all it has to offer - architecture, courtyards, gardens, food, music, and art.

Visit Madame John’s Legacy, built in 1788 and one of the best examples of French colonial architecture in North America. We’ll take a break at Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop, built between 1722 and 1732 and reputed to be the oldest structure used as a bar in the United States.  The property is believed to have been used by the Lafitte Brothers, Jean and Pierre, as a New Orleans base for their Barataria smuggling operation.

Your tour ends at the Cabildo, built under Spanish rule in 1795-1799, and the site of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Featuring a comprehensive exhibit on Louisiana's early history, the Cabildo served as a city hall, a courthouse and a prison. It was the headquarters of the Louisiana State Supreme Court for the landmark Plessy vs. Ferguson decision.

One of the most legendary artifacts on display here is the death mask of the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. Some of his former officers schemed to rescue him from exile on the island of St. Helena and bring him to Louisiana but he died a few days before this plan was finalized.

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