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New Orleans Food Walking Tour of the French Quarter

New Orleans Food Walking Tour of the French Quarter - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$54.99

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 ... More info ›

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.

Meet your guide in the heart of the French Quarter to embark on your three-hour walking tour of world-class restaurants. Wander the lively streets of the French Quarter and get an insider's look at the kitchens often seen on food shows and featured in cookbooks. Let your guide know the restaurants you're interested in checking out or perhaps ask your guide to recommend a personal favorite.

Indulge in six or seven food tastings and one alcoholic beverage tasting during your tour. You may have chargrilled oysters at Seafood Treasure, red beans and rice at Napolean House, and beignets and cafe au lait at Cafe du Monde. Try a popular cocktail with a distinctive New Orleans' twist at Pimms Cup. Pimms originated in England, but the Pimms Cup cocktail was dreamed up in New Orleans. Your tastings are all included in the price of your tour and easily add up to a meal's worth of food. There's a moderate amount of walking involved as you move from one exceptional restaurant to the next, so it's easy to work off the calories!

Your 3-hour tasting adventure concludes in the French Quarter where you can keep exploring on your own or return to a favorite eatery on your own later for a sit-down meal!

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New Orleans Food Tour of the Garden District and St Charles Avenue

New Orleans Food Tour of the Garden District and St Charles Avenue  - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$134.16

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.

After meeting your guide in New Orleans’ French Quarter, set off on your stroll around the city to learn about its culinary history while scouting out its top eateries ... More info ›

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.

After meeting your guide in New Orleans’ French Quarter, set off on your stroll around the city to learn about its culinary history while scouting out its top eateries. Founded by the French, the city holds the country’s influence close to its heart, and French classics—albeit with a New Orleans twist—feature on its restaurant menus alongside the distinctive Creole and Cajun dishes of Louisiana.

One of the city’s burgeoning food hotspots is the area around St Charles Avenue and the upmarket Garden District. Head there on foot and start sampling dishes aplenty in the eateries that many city visitors miss. Dishes and venues may change on occasion, but your route always includes at least four food stops that collectively provide enough food for a meal.

Visit the Avenue Pub, a real locals’ favorite, to try the chef’s surprise and a craft beer, and then continue to Pralines by Jean for a selection of traditional New Orleans candy and pralines. Peruse the wares at Fleurty Girl, a sell-everything-store where goods are made by local New Orleanians, and sample Irish-inspired fare at the lively Irish House pub.

Treat your tastebuds to contemporary southern classics such as a pork belly slider in the traditional Tivoli and Lee restaurant. Then, head to Belloq, cocktail lounge and New Orleans institution, to watch their mixologists create a 19th-century-style punch. Finish your food tour on a high note with a glass of the fruity alcoholic brew, and then walk back to the French Quarter with your guide, where your tour finishes.

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Whitney Plantation, Museum of Slavery and St Joseph Plantation Tour

Whitney Plantation, Museum of Slavery and St Joseph Plantation Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 6 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$110.00

This is a small narrated group tour by van. At Whitney Plantation's Louisiana Museum of Slavery, see the harsh realities and raw historical facts of a dark side of American history ... More info ›

This is a small narrated group tour by van. At Whitney Plantation's Louisiana Museum of Slavery, see the harsh realities and raw historical facts of a dark side of American history. The slave narratives and artwork recreate the world of a pre-Civil War southern sugar plantation and memorial in honor of the lives of the enslaved people who toiled there. A short ride through sugar cane fields leads to St. Joseph Plantation, a Creole style family-owned working sugar cane plantation. Family members give a relaxed, intimate tour of their ancestral home and dependencies (including original slave cabins).

This is an off-the-beaten path, away from large tourist crowds, small group tour. A 13 passenger tour van and excellent driver/guide pick you up at your New Orleans hotel and narrate the scenic 90-minute drive out of New Orleans.

Ride along the shores of Lake Pontchartrain and prepare for a pilgrimage back in time to the Antebellum South. There will be a scenic crossing of the Mississippi River on a high suspended bridge. Then you'll take a short ride upriver to Whitney Plantation's Louisiana Museum of Slavery. Recently opened to the public, it exposes the harsh realities and raw historical facts of this dark side of American history. The 90-minute guided tour includes a short video detailing the history of this mansion from 1790 followed by a guided walking tour of the restored buildings and museum. The restored plantation outer buildings, exhibits, slave narratives, and memorial artwork recreate the world of a pre-Civil War sugar plantation and the lives of the slaves who lived, worked, and died there.

A short ride through sugar cane fields brings you to St. Joseph Plantation, a Creole style, family-owned working sugar cane plantation since 1877. The one-hour tour gives you a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the many interesting people who have called this plantation 'home.' Many tours are guided by family members themselves. It is a relaxed, intimate visit to an ancestral home, grounds, and dependencies (including original slave cabins). The movie 12 Years A Slave was filmed there. Driving back to your New Orleans hotel takes 90 minutes. Lunch is not included but snacks and drinks can be purchased at both gift shops.

On Tuesdays, Whitney Plantation is closed and replaced by Evergreen or Laura Plantation. On Wednesdays, St. Joseph Plantation is closed and replaced by Evergreen or Laura Plantation.

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French Quarter Haunted Excursion In New Orleans

French Quarter Haunted Excursion In New Orleans - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$20.00

This haunted excursion tour covers ghosts, vampires, New Orleans history, culture and architecture, as well as its cemeteries. Your group will stroll down the streets of the French Quarter while hearing these magnificently detailed stories of what has made New Orleans what it is today ... More info ›

This haunted excursion tour covers ghosts, vampires, New Orleans history, culture and architecture, as well as its cemeteries. Your group will stroll down the streets of the French Quarter while hearing these magnificently detailed stories of what has made New Orleans what it is today. This tour gives meaning to the saying 'laissez les bon temps rouler' the Cajun expression meaning "Let the good times roll."

Guests will be offered real paranormal equipment to use during this tour.

The Haunted Excursion takes you on an exploration through the world famous French Quarter, also known by locals as the Vieux Carre, meaning "Old Square". The French Quarter is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the U.S. It is made up of 78 blocks. Home to over 200 bars, world renowned jazz clubs and some amazing signature restaurants.

New Orleans has a very rich history, countless unsolved mysteries and some strong paranormal activity. That is probably why it is referred to as one of the most haunted cities in the United States. During this tour you will be welcome to use the paranormal equipment/ghost detector, EMF meter, that will be provided by your guide. Get ready, and by all means do not forget your camera.

This tour group will explore Louisiana's complex culture, the rich history and you will experience the magical mystery that makes New Orleans so irresistible. During this tour you will notice the beautiful architecture throughout the French Quarter that makes it so unique. You will also be shown where Hollywood stars have decided to call the French Quarter home.

Do you know what pirates, prostitutes and convicted felons all have in common with with the founding of New Orleans? Or why locals walk down to Jackson Square when it rains? Come find out on this history packed tour of the French Quarter. In this tour you'll also be exploring the dark side of New Orleans history, visiting multiple locations of unsolved murders and suicides. Hear stories of real documented reports of vampires and ghosts roaming around the streets of the French Quarter. Your group will visit locations known for stories of vampires who held their victims and fed off of them.

Learn about New Orleans traditional burial practices and hear explanations as to why there are above ground cemeteries, why they recycle and re-use the same vaults over and over again. You will also visit locations where scenes from unforgettable movies have been filmed. Stopping at many of the attractions and national historic landmarks that this city has to offer along the way, you will be visiting over fifteen locations on this tour: The St Louis Cathedral, Cabildo, Presbytere, Ursuline Convent, Jackson Square, The Sultans Palace and The LaLaurie Mansion known to be the most haunted house in New Orleans, just to name a few.

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New Orleans French Quarter and Cemetery Walking Tour

New Orleans French Quarter and Cemetery Walking Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$25.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

The tours are as unique as the local operators, who are licensed by the city of New Orleans. While they are well versed in the history of the city and the cemetery, they continue their education through much research. You will experience a different adventure with each guide, as they provide the information listed here as well as lagniappe (a little something extra).

After meeting with your local operator you will be led toward the cemetery. There will be stops along the way to discuss different buildings such as the Hermann Grima House and its the history. It is the set location for some of your favorite movies and TV shows. You will also learn of our wonderful architecture types, including the beautiful ironwork.

Once you reach the cemetery, you will enter into what is seemingly another world of burial customs and architecture. You will see the tomb of Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen. The wall vaults, the family tombs, step tombs and society tombs are unbelievably capable of holding many burials. Through the maze of tombs, your guide will lead you to the tomb of Bernard Marigny, for whom the Marigny sector was named. In the rear of the cemetery is the Protestant section, where architect Benjamin Latrobe and one of Governor Claiborne's wives is buried. This is an unusual addition to a Catholic cemetery. The Musician's tomb is a special gift and the oldest society tomb will shock you, as to which society it belongs.

The history becomes deeper and deeper as you continue on this amazing journey through this city of the dead. Upon exiting the cemetery you will have a ten minute break at the Basin St. Station. You may check out the gift shop before continuing your tour, time permitting. Once outside the Basin St. Station, your guide will escort you to Armstrong Park. Which is formerly named Congo Square. Here you will learn how this area was used by voodoo practioners of past and present, as well as events happening in the park weekly which you may enjoy during your stay.

Your guide will then lead you back into the French Quarter for more stories including history, museums, restaurant recommendations and architecture. Your tour will end at the rear of Jackson Square, in front of St. Louis Cathedral after the history of the buildings surrounding this beautiful park and the statue at the center of the Square have been discussed.

Please do not hesitate to ask your guide for recommendations and/or directions to your next destination. They are eager to share information and local insider secrets.


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New Orleans VIP Sightseeing Flight Including Champagne and Chocolates or Wine and Cheese

New Orleans VIP Sightseeing Flight Including Champagne and Chocolates or Wine and Cheese - New Orleans, Louisiana Star Rating

Duration: 45 minutes
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$129.99

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 ... More info ›

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.

Board your sightseeing plane at the Flight Academy of New Orleans, sit in your window-side seat, and then take to the skies over the city. Gaze out of your window and watch the runway slip from your view as New Orleans’ urban sights take center stage. A maximum of three passengers are permitted per flight, making this a great way to spend quality time with a loved one or close friends.

Gaze down at the French Quarter at the distinct architecture, and listen to your guide’s stories about the city and its sights. Peer past the skyscrapers of the Central Business District to see Mercedes-Benz Superdome where New Orleans Saints American football team play. Loop around the iconic stadium, and have your camera ready to capture bird’s-eye sights of the Port of New Orleans and its tailing 2-mile (3-km) wharf.

Glide a short distance from downtown New Orleans to the bayous of Louisiana, the slow-moving streams of water that form around the Mississippi River. After admiring views of the county’s famous wetlands, head back over the city and touch down at the start point where your VIP experience finishes.

The itinerary for your sightseeing flight is flexible and can be tailored to the New Orleans’ sights that you want to see.

Option 1: Champagne and Chocolates
Once high in the air above the Mississippi River, it’s time to pop the Champagne and eat your chocolates! One full bottle of Champagne and chocolates (type and amount varies) is included per couple, so sit back, sip on the bubbles and enjoy your sweets as you cruise above New Orleans.

Option 2: Wine and Cheese
Looking for something more savory on your flight? Choose this option for a bottle of wine and cheese! One bottle of red or white wine (your choice), a block of artisan cheese, crostini plus one other snack is served per couple, so sit back, sip on the wine and nibble on the cheese as you cruise above New Orleans.

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