The chirping trumpet of its jazz. The spicy Creole flavors of its cuisine. Every piece of New Orleans reflect the city’s blended scene and vibrant soul. Known as the South’s melting pot of French, African and American cultures; discover why New Orleans is so much more than Mardi Gras.
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Come experience a treatment unique to the Big Easy as you renew your soul in a delightful aromatic still bath, a local chicory coffee scrub, catered lunch, and an exclusive Mississippi Mud facial. treatment.
Begin in Armstrong Park and tour the famous Treme neighborhood while learning about the African roots that built the Creole culture which is synonymous with New Orleans. See famous sights like Congo Square and St. Augustine Church, and discover the stories of musicians who started out here. Enjoy an authentic Creole or Cajun lunch at a local favorite hotspot, and finally a trip to the Whitney Plantation – a beautiful property converted into a memorial to the slave trade and plantation life, and the only museum of its kind. Approx 4 hrs.
Combine local history and nature in this one of a kind tour. Begin at a plantation which has been converted to a museum to the slave trade where you will get an up-close look at life then. Continue to a fresh seafood or Cajun lunch, before visiting a local swamp where you’ll kayak and hear all about the local ecosystem. Keep an eye out of gators, turtles, egrets, and blue herons. Approx 4 hrs.
Go beyond the typical New Orleans watering holes and get a fascinating history of cocktails as you get a glimpse – and taste – of where locals have been imbibing for centuries. Leave the Hurricanes on Bourbon Street as we head to the oldest stand-up bar in the country, discover where the Grasshopper was invented, learn the origins of the Sazerac, and once and for all get the truth about Absinthe. Discover hidden gem bars that only the locals know, and along the way enjoy a cocktail prepared by award-winning mixologists. You’ll see venues like SoBou, Bourbon O Bar, and Tujague’s to name a few. Your last stop is managed by a world-famous author on cocktails, featuring incredible drinkns, live music and local bites. Can be combined with food tour. Approx 3 hrs.
You can see it, you can hear it…and now it’s time to taste what makes New Orleans different by sampling its rich culinary history. Louisiana is passionate about eating, let your guide show up up to six venues including classic Creole eateries, neighborhood sandwich shops, hot sauce bars, artisanal candy stores and more. Sample the flavors of NOLA’s cultural and culinary heritage in dishes like gumbo, Creole brisket, muffulettas, po’ boys, pralines and much more. What really makes food Creole or Cajun? Discover recipes old and new, even restaurants that pre-date the Civil War. Bon appétit! Can be combined with cocktail tour. Approx 3 hrs.
In a city with such a rich past, so many souls with stories untold…it’s no wonder that paranormal enthusiasts come to New Orleans seeking to participate in a real ghost hunt. In this overnight experience, we’ll pick a place with a unique history in order to record paranormal activity through video and audio. This is not a staged activity and therefore are no guarantees about what will happen, but we have incredible activity on most nights. Come join us for this ghostly activity and even take home the recordings with you.
Hell hath no fury like a scorned Southern belle. This adults-only tour takes you off the beaten path to explore both the shadowed streets of New Orleans after dark, and the unhinged ladies that comprise the city’s gruesome past. Hear about the baddest babes turned serial killers, the truths behind LaLaurie Mansion, visit the home of Maria Laveau the infamous Voodoo priestess. This thrilling tour of muder, mystery and mayhem introduces you to the Mad Madams of NOLA…and their ghosts which linger. Approx 1.5 hrs.
See the French Quarter and much more on this leisurely mule-drawn carriage tour in some of New Orleans’ most famous neighborhoods. We cover over 300 years of fun-filled history, discussing everything from our resilient culture to the aging architecture, covering the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, a former sugarcane plantation that has become the second oldest neighborhood in the cities dating back to the 1800s. We will explore Saint Lousi Cemetery #1, Esplanade Avenue, and point out authenic jazz, blues and funk hot spots along the way. The carriage tour is a relaxing and unique way to see the best of NOLA! Approx 30 min.
If your trip to New Orleans is for a special occasion, there’s no better way to celebrate than with a private carriage ride through the Crescent City. Share the charm and breathtaking sights of the city with up to four people in your very own VIP carriage. Taking guests throughout the French Quarter and beyond, customize your ride to see and go where you like. Bring along your camera for amazing views and excellent photo-ops. Approx 4 hrs.