All Things To Do In Orleans

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    City of the Dead St. Louis Cemetery Tour

    Buried in guidebooks? Get the dirt on one of New Orleans' most popular attractions with a local guide during this 2-hour walking tour of St. Louis Cemetery! This 200-year old and still active cemetery is lined with above-ground tombs, within which rest some of the city's most notable and notorious past citizens. You'll learn all about the interred residents of the cemetery, which include Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Mayor Etienne de Bore, and others. You can also visit monuments such as the Musicians' Tomb. As you walk, your guide will also offer insights into the burial customs and considerations behind the cemetery's creation, and lead you to discover some of the architectural oddities found within it. You'll also discuss the preservation efforts enacted to keep it from crumbling, and talk about the streets surrounding the cemetery, which once housed the city's notorious Red Light District, Storyville.
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    City of the Dead St. Louis Cemetery Tour

    St Louis Cemetery, New Orleans

    • Explore New Orleans' most famous cemetery during a 2-hour walking tour
    • Learn about the famous and infamous citizens interred within
    • Check out the cemetery's incredible architecture up close
    • Find out about the city's past and present burial customs
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    French Quarter Food & History Tour

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    New Orleans just wouldn't be New Orleans without its complex and delicious food culture. From beignets to po' boys to jambalaya, the French Quarter is home to some of the best flavors that the city has to offer. Learn about the New Orleans' history through a culinary lens, as your guide weaves together the lore of what dishes make up the city's food identity and why, and shares personal anecdotes about famous chefs and restaurants. You'll wander past iconic landmarks like St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square as you make your way towards Cafe Beignet, your destination for lunch. There, you'll be able to taste and sample the delectable dishes you discussed on your walk. You can try gumbo made from local seafood, hot sauces, muffalettas, pralines, and red beans and rice. You're sure to understand New Orleans on a much deeper and much fuller level.
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    French Quarter Food & History Tour

    Decatur St & Ursulines Ave, New Orleans

    • Explore the New Orleans' spectrum of culinary offerings on an engaging walking tour
    • Walk past iconic sites in the French Quarter on your way to a tasting of a huge array of classic New Orleans dishes
    • Learn the difference between Creole and Cajun food
    • Get unique insight into New Orleans' history and culture
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    Undead Tour

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    Step lightly as you stroll through the French Quarter . . . you never know what might be lurking in the shadows. With your tour guide by your side, brave areas known to be occupied by the undead. Hear accounts of sightings that will leave you chilled to the bone. Let the moonlight lead you as you delve deeper into the mysteries and uncover secrets of the past. From blood sucking vampires to ghoulish ghosts, you'll discover the city has far more occupants than just those you see around you. Whether you're a believer or a skeptic, this tour is sure to have your imagination (and heart) racing.
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    Undead Tour

    738 Toulouse St, New Orleans

    • Connect with the spirits of the undead as you make your way through the French Quarter
    • Feel you heart race as you learn about ghosts, vampires, and other terrifying beings
    • Listen closely as your tour guide shares tales of undead terror
    • Experience an adventure that will send shivers down your spine
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    The Garden District Walking Tour

    Tired of walking back and forth on Bourbon Street? The French Quarter isn't the only party in town, as you'll find out during this 2-hour tour of The Garden District! You'll travel the streets of this spectacular neighborhood on the heels of a local guide, learning about its fascinating history while visiting antebellum mansions and lush gardens. During this tour you'll take a look at the city's so-called "Golden Age," when the cotton industry was booming -- as were the tensions that pitted Catholic Creoles against Anglo-American Protestants during the 19th century. You'll also learn about the impact of the Civil War on the city, and visit the historic Lafayette Cemetery #1, where you'll investigate past burial customs. Plus, get tidbits on local celebrities, visit Magazine Street and the Irish Channel, and learn about the preservation efforts designed to keep The Garden District's historic architecture and parks viable!
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    The Garden District Walking Tour

    Garden District, New Orleans

    • Explore The Garden District during a 2-hour walking tour
    • Learn about the neighborhood's culture and history from a local guide
    • Visit 19th century mansions and gardens, and other popular attractions
    • Immerse yourself in the startling beauty and vibrant culture of New Orleans
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    Historic Crescent City and Cemetery Tour

    Discover a city steeped in history as you sit back and learn about New Orleans, past and present. Your tour guide will take you to incredible landmarks such as the birthplace of jazz, Congo Square, and St. Louis Cemetery #3. You'll also see 300 year-old live oaks at City Park and magnificent mansions on St. Charles Avenue. Check out Bayou St. John, a historic waterway for settlers and Native Americans, and witness the longest bridge over water in the world at Lake Pontchartrain. You'll connect with more recent history at the 17th Street Canal, the site of one of the major levee breaches during Hurricane Katrina. With so many sites to see, you'll be grateful you're not the one driving.
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    Historic Crescent City and Cemetery Tour

    Downtown New Orleans , New Orleans

    • Take a bus tour of the Crescent City spanning centuries of history
    • See stunning landmarks such as St. Louis #3, City Park, and St. Charles Avenue
    • Learn about the art and culture that shaped the city
    • Relax and discover as you make your way to the best sites in New Orleans
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    French Quarter Walking Tour

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    Famous for the beads and beers on Bourbon Street, the reality of the Vieux Carre far surpasses its Mardi-Gras reputation. In a city that dazzles the visitor with its remarkable architecture, the French Quarter is certainly a standout, with Spanish, Caribbean, French and American influences. Discover a district full of historic and current characters, from musicians to magicians to voodoo practitioners. You'll visit Bourbon Street, Tennessee Williams House, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, The Cabildo, William Faulkner House, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop, among many other sites. Uncover the artists, pirates, authors, and priests of the real French Quarter.
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    French Quarter Walking Tour

    700 Decatur St, New Orleans

    • Discover the dazzling architecture and fascinating history of The French Quarter
    • Visit Bourbon Street, famous authors' homes, iconic churches, and other cultural landmarks
    • Learn about the district's famous and infamous residents, past and present
    • Get an inside look at one of New Orleans' most popular and storied districts
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    Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour

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    The bar scene in New Orleans will not disappoint you. On this tour, you will learn more about the scandalous past of the city while enjoying delicious cocktails. From stories about organized crime to absinthe addictions, you will not want to miss these historic facts. Learn about the “oldest profession”, visiting Storyville – the city’s former red light district – and the Tango Belt, where many of New Orleans famous jazz bars, saloons, cabarets and dance halls can be found. Walk through locales of ill-repute, from Norma Wallace’s last brothel to Blaze Starr’s Bourbon Street Burlesque. Get the chance to check out and drink at historic bars like Pat O'Brien's, the Carousel Bar and the Jean Lafitte Blacksmith Shop. You will find new drinks to add to your wish list and a few new stories to entertain your friends. Discover the New Orleans conspiracy connection to the John F. Kennedy Assassination. Learn more about Tennessee Williams as you soak up the setting of Streetcar Named Desire and other plays
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    Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour

    Place de Henriette Delille, New Orleans

    • Enjoy a fun cocktail tour of New Orleans for adults only
    • Visit some of the best historic bars in town like Pat O' Brien's and the Carousel Bar
    • Enjoy delicious drinks made by experts
    • Discover your new favorite watering hole
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    Intro to Aerial

    Take your workout routine to new heights in this introductory class exploring the fundamentals of aerial arts. A professional instructor will guide you along as you learn about the various apparatuses such as the aerial sling, hammock, aerial hoops, and more! As you build your understanding, you'll cover the safety precautions, grips, and techniques required for aerial arts. You'll also practice basic movements as you work on mastering basic body alignment and building core strength. Whether you're looking to start a regular practice in aerial arts or simply want to see what it's all about, this class provides the perfect introduction.
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    Intro to Aerial

    5304 Canal Blvd, New Orleans

    • Learn the fundamentals of aerial arts in this introductory course
    • Practice basic moves and become familiar with aerial apparatuses
    • Build core strength and flexibility
    • Discover a new way to get fit
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    French Quarter/Marigny History Tour

    Tour two of the oldest and most influential neighborhoods in the history of New Orleans as you learn all about the unusual and enchanting beginnings of the city. Your tour guide will take you on a leisurely stroll through the French Quarter and Merigny, sharing interesting knowledge about the architecture and culture. You'll hear funny stories, bizarre facts, and special secrets as you take in the unique beauty surrounding you. Stop for refreshments at a local bar and immerse yourself in the vibe of the neighborhood, connecting to the creative energy that flows throughout the city. Then it's time to head back and continue your exploration, diving deeper into the magic and mystery of New Orleans.
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    French Quarter/Marigny History Tour

    700 Decatur St, New Orleans

    • Explore the history of New Orleans by touring it's oldest neighborhood and first Creole subdivision
    • View the unique architecture of the city
    • Learn how the streets of New Orleans received their names
    • Discover what makes New Orleans such a one-of-a-kind city
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    Garden District Tour

    You may start looking for homes to buy in the Garden District after this tour of New Orleans. Discover classic antebellum homes with beautiful architectural details. Would you like to take a peek into the life of a celebrity? You will see the homes of Anne Rice, Nicolas Cage and others. The tour also gives you the chance to explore the area that filmmakers used for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." See the Lafayette Cemetery #1, a cemetery famous for it's above ground tombs!
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    Garden District Tour

    SW Garden District, New Orleans

    • Spend some time learning more about the historic Garden District
    • See the homes of celebrities like Anne Rice, John Goodman and Trent Reznor
    • Discover the truth about the Creole vs. American conflict
    • Check out film locations from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, An Interview with a Vampire and more
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