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    St. Louis #1 Cemetery Tour

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    St. Louis #1, also known as "The City of the Dead," is just blocks away from the French Quarter, whose raucous streets are filled with life all hours of the day. Made famous worldwide in the 1969 movie Easy Rider, it is the oldest active cemetery in New Orleans -- founded in the late 18th century. The cemetery contains a labyrinth of tombs, unique to most in the U.S., which hold the remains of some of the city's important historical figures, including, as legend would have it, Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau. You'll visit The Musicians Tomb, the iconic "Oven" Wall Vaults, the Italian Mutual Benevolent Society Tomb from Easy Rider, and see the final resting places of Homer Plessy, Mayor Dutch Morial, and the Musson Family. You will also learn about jazz funerals and the Civil Rights Movement in New Orleans. Get ready to be wowed by the resting places of New Orleans' dead and living, and uncover a unique side of Creole Culture.
    St. Louis #1 Cemetery Tour

    400 Dauphine St, New Orleans

    • Tour the beautiful grounds of New Orleans' most beautiful and famous cemetery
    • Visit the final resting places of celebrities, local legends, and cultural icons
    • Explore a labyrinth of of tombs, which holds the remains of historical figures
    • Get a unique inside look at New Orleans' history
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    Voodoo, Mystery & Paranormal Tour

    How much do you know about voodoo? If your answer is "just the Hendrix album," then that's a props to you, but you still have a lot to learn. This 2 hour walking tour takes you on an exploration of New Orleans Voodoo. Learn about the witches living and practicing their craft in the French Quarter, and the Pirates who helped found New Orleans and hid their treasures in the surrounding area. Guests will visit locations where paranormal activity, like documented ghost and vampire sightings, have been a common occurrence for centuries. The tour guide will give the background on the ghosts and vampires who are still roaming around the old, uneven, and haunted streets New Orleans. During this tour you'll visit homes that belonged to a few of the vampires during the 1800's in one of the oldest neighborhoods in the United States! The French Quarter has taken on a mystical quality that will take your breath away -- and maybe your blood!
    Voodoo, Mystery & Paranormal Tour

    St. Anthony's Garden, New Orleans

    • Learn about New Orleans' strange voodoo and paranormal history
    • Hear stories of ongoing witchcraft and pirates' hidden treasure
    • Enjoy a hair-raising look into some of the French Quarter's mysterious locations
    • Try out the EMF Meter (AKA Paranormal Detector) to see if you catch any strange signs
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    NOLA Original Cocktail Walking Tour

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    Let the good times roll as you discover the Big Easy's vibrant drinking culture on the original cocktail walking tour of New Orleans. Explore the French Quarter's famous bars and restaurants as you sip the city's iconic libations, including the Sazerac and Pimm's Cup. On the 2.5-hour tour, learn the classic stories behind these unique concoctions as you wander through the colonial architecture of one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods, drinking in history and culture as you go. Embark on your exploration of New Orleans' cocktail culture from the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office, right on the Mississippi River in the city's French Quarter. Your group of like-minded revelers will travel the neighborhood's historic streets, ducking in and out of watering holes and restaurants in buildings that still stand as beautiful examples of French and Spanish Colonial Architecture. While it's easy to get lost in the history of your surroundings, the real stars of the tour are the cocktails. Listen in as your guides reveal the stories behind each inventive libation and the characters that brought them to life. Learn the origins of Southern Comfort, a liqueur invented in New Orleans in 1874, and the even older story of the Sazerac, which dates back to 1850. Sample any of your favorites by purchasing a glass. You'll also get an inside peek into the city's oldest restaurant and its wine cellar and private dining rooms, where some of New Orleans' most important wheelings and dealings took place. Drink in the spirit of New Orleans by enjoying this 2.5-hour tour at the beginning of your visit to the Big Easy to pinpoint the stops you must revisit, or use it as an unexpected way to bid adieu to a city that's as rich in stories as it is in drinks to share them over. It's history with a twist!
    NOLA Original Cocktail Walking Tour

    400 Toulouse St, New Orleans

    • Discover the Big Easy's vibrant drinking culture with a cocktail walking tour
    • Explore the French Quarter's famous bars and most iconic restaurants
    • Learn the classic stories behind unique concoctions as you literally drink in the history
    • Wander through the colonial architecture of one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods
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    Cemetary Walking Tour

    St Louis #1 Cemetery is the oldest active New Orleans cemetery and the most haunted cemetery in Louisiana. In one city block, you'll find over 700 tombs, and over 100,000 dead. Join us on this fun, daytime cemetery walking tour and enjoy the history behind the unique burial customs that make this possible. Founded in 1789 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, St. Louis #1 is New Orleans' oldest active City of the Dead. Ornate, crumbling, and entrancing, St. Louis #1 is eerily beautiful even in the daytime. This New Orleans cemetery is the final resting place of the notorious Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, as well as many other colorful New Orleanians. Venture inside the vault lined walls of this historic New Orleans cemetery with your master storyteller and visit the New Orleans Musicians' Tomb and the future tomb of Nicholas Cage. New Orleans cemeteries are only available to you as part of an approved tour group. The public is not allowed access to St Louis #1 Cemetery unless accompanied by an Archdiocese approved tour guide.
    Cemetary Walking Tour

    Voodoo Lounge, New Orleans

    • Take a tour of the dead in an incredible New Orleans cemetery
    • Explore over 700 tombs, and over 100,000 dead in one city block
    • Venture inside the vault-lined walls on this ghastly historic take on New Orleans
    • Add some spooky delight to your New Orleans trip
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    French Quarter Food Tour

    Your culinary tour of New Orleans starts where it all began — the banks of the Mississippi River. From here, you’ll witness the lifeblood of this region which brought new cultures, new influences and new ingredients to the USA through its ports. As they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. To wake up your taste buds, you’ll indulge in New Orleans’ most iconic breakfast pastry, the beignet. While it looks hard to pronounce, it’s definitely not hard to love. Just make sure you watch the direction of the wind or else you might find yourself covered in powdered, sugary goodness! Next, head to The French Market, the site of America’s oldest public market. Historically a place of diversity with products and people from all walks of life, today The French Market is a modern yet unique culinary space. You’ll be sure to stop for a local bite and get to know some of the colorful personalities who call this city home. From the French Market, you’ll embark on the picturesque streets of the French Quarter where your guide will take you to some of their favorite palate-pleasing spots. You’ll sample both a classic New Orleans dish, as well as a delicacy that you’ve probably never seen outside Cajun country. With an abundance of seafood, a fertile eco-system within the bayou and a history of spice trading, you’ll begin to realize why everything here tastes so good. Do you have an affinity for the spicier side? Then adopt the ‘when-in-Rome’ attitude and unleash some of Louisiana's hottest and tastiest sauces on your taste buds. This is the birthplace of Tabasco, after all. On this tour, you’ll have the chance to try a dish that sparks more controversy amongst chefs than any other in New Orleans: gumbo. Learn how hundreds of years of history has shaped this recipe and how it can vary from restaurant to restaurant. Finally, finish off with a sweet treat made from locally grown sugarcane and the region’s abundant pecans. No room for more? Don’t worry, they don’t call it the Big Easy for nothing. You can take your praline to-go and indulge when your sweet tooth kicks in.
    French Quarter Food Tour

    768 Decatur Street, New Orleans

    • Taste New Orleans’ rich multicultural history through its mouth-watering cuisine
    • Experience the flavors of America’s oldest public market
    • Sample traditional delicacies, only available in Cajun country
    • Appreciate New Orleans’ clash of cultures with a cup of gumbo, the city’s most controversial dish
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    Explore the City in Comfort

    If you're going to spend all day exploring, you should certainly be doing so in comfort. We can't have your feet getting tired when there is so much to see! This historically accurate and interactive tour will be one that you will never forget. From your comfortable seat in the tour's climate controlled vehicle, you will experience the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Esplanade Ave. the Riverfront, and some of NOLA's most beautiful squares and cathedrals. The next stop on your tour takes you to New Orleans' famous City Park, Botanical Gardens, Museum of Art, and the ancient dueling oaks. Then it's off to Lake Pontchartrain, where your guide will show you how the water entered the the city during Hurricane Katrina and explain the levee system that protects New Orleans. The last part of your journey takes you back to a time when old colonial mansions and ancient oaks lined beautiful Saint Charles Ave. Follow the route of the magnificent Mardi Gras parades and see antebellum era mansions in the most beautiful part of New Orleans, the Garden District. And we didn't even list everything! It's an amalgam of cultures, a mix of people, and a blend of architecture and atmosphere like no other. Experience New Orleans today!
    Explore the City in Comfort

    414 Canal St, New Orleans

    • Enjoy an interactive tour of New Orleans from the comfort of a climate controlled vehicle
    • See the vibrancy and history of the French Quarter and Bourbon Street
    • Visit Lake Pontchartrain to learn how the water entered the city during Hurricane Katrina
    • Follow the route of the famous Mardi Gras parade and see antebellum mansions
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    City Bus Tour

    Enjoy a grand overview of New Orleans, dubbed 'The City That Care Forgot,' on this comprehensive sightseeing coach tour that lets you absorb centuries of history, culture, sights and sounds!. Start in the world-famous French Quarter, a quaint, mysterious area full of colorful history, before heading to the historic Jackson Square, home of the Cabildo and Presbytere museums, to visit a historical cemetery, one of New Orleans' 'Cities of the Dead.' Here, discover the unique above-ground burial system. Marvel at stories of voodoo and piracy on Bayou St John, the waterway used by Jean Lafitte and his band of pirates, as you make your way to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain, where you'll see the longest bridge over water in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway. Following the path of the St Charles Avenue streetcar, the oldest continuously operating passenger railway system in the world, pass stately mansions, the homes of former kings and queens of Mardi Gras and the beautiful Garden District. View Tulane University and Loyola University across from Audubon Park, home to the Audubon Zoo, rated one of the top five zoos in the nation. If you're looking to experience all the most iconic sights New Orleans has to offer, this tour is for you!
    City Bus Tour

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Cover an extensive list of New Orleans highlights from the comfort of an air-conditioned coach bus
    • Explore famous neighborhoods and locations like the French Quarter, Jackson Square, and Bayou St. John
    • View Tulane University and Loyola University across from the beautiful Audubon Park
    • Hear interesting and informative commentary from your knowledgeable tour guide
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    New Orleans City Tour

    On this tour, you'll learn everything there is to know about New Orleans! From the famous red-light district of Storyville to the old Rampart/Perdido neighborhood where Louis Armstrong grew up, you'll be riding through all the best attractions! You'll explore the beautiful Garden District where many celebrity homes reside. Are you a fan of Sandra Bullock or Eli and Peyton Manning? Well, their homes are here! You'll also visit a couple cemeteries, including Holt Cemetery, the most historical below-ground black cemetery in the South. Many famous black musicians and honorable war veterans are laid to rest here. Towards the end of the tour, you'll even get to tour the Ninth Ward, which is still in the midst of rebuilding with help from organizations like Brad Pitt's Make it Right 9. New Orleans is such a diverse city, filled with history and rich culture -- there's no way you want to miss out on any of it!
    New Orleans City Tour

    124 St Charles Ave, New Orleans

    • Take a comprehensive tour of New Orleans, from the red-light district to the Rampart/Perdido neighborhood
    • Explore the beautiful Garden District, where many celebrity homes reside
    • Learn about the history behind some of New Orleans' famous cemeteries, such as the Holt Cemetery
    • Visit the Ninth Ward, which is still in the midst of rebuilding
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    Two Plantation Tour Combo

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    You're not gonna get to know N'Awleans any better than this locally-owned family-run business that's been doing their thing since '89! On this tour, you'll visit two plantations. One is The Laura Plantation, once run by four Creole women (most notably, Laura, whom it was named after). You'll also hear other facts about how the book "Brer Rabbit" was written on the grounds, and how The Laura Plantation was nearly destroyed by fire back in 2003 and rebuilt to its original design using materials from antique homes that had been disassembled and sold off into pieces. What a history! The other stop will be at The Oak Alley Plantation -- which looks just like the movie, "Gone With the Wind." The very last owners were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stewart, and though Mr. Stewart died years before his wife, Mrs. Stewart created a non-profit organization to keep their gift open to the public for years to come. In both Plantations, you are sure to enter the harrowing history of slavery, viewing the quarters where humans were once entrapped into labor, and hearing stories of all aspects of the plantation life. You'll also learn facts about the previous owners of The Plantations and the restoration efforts both grounds have endured. Either way, you're bound for a history lesson. Take this tour to get to know the human history of this beautiful region. Your guide will be a local captain who has lived the Cajun Life, living in harmony with the ecosystem on a daily basis, so you're in good hands!
    Two Plantation Tour Combo

    9706 Barataria Blvd, Marrero

    • Soak in the history of our nation when you visit The Laura Plantation and The Oak Alley Plantation
    • Explore New Orleans in the best way -- with a local guide
    • Get a glimpse of how life was in the oldentimes when you visit two plantations with actors in full dress
    • Get to know the Bayou like a local with a local captain from a locally-owned family business that started in '89!
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    Tandem Skydive (Louisiana)

    You may be diving down at incredible speeds, but this is sure to be an uplifting experience! You'll feel the indescribable feeling of stepping out of a plane at 14,000 feet in the air and then hurtling towards the ground below you. Worried about this being your first jump? No need! You'll receive safety and procedure instructions from an experienced professional before you takeoff. Then, you'll be harnessed to this same instructor throughout your entire dive -- giving you a bit of comfort in the chaos of your fall! What are you waiting for? Take the (safe and supervised) plunge!
    Tandem Skydive (Louisiana)

    650 Poydras St, New Orleans

    • Experience the absolute, adrenaline-pumping thrill of skydiving with the comfort of constant supervision from an instructor
    • Go on an incredible thrill ride as you experience both a short free fall and a graceful parachute landing
    • Catch amazing views of the scenery below you as you hurtle towards it
    • Have an unforgettable time that you're sure to be bragging about for years to come
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