Things to do in New Orleans Tonight

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    French Quarter History Tour

    There’s a reason why people from all over the world come to this unique spot in New Orleans, and you’re about to find out why! Upon visiting the New Orleans’s Vieux Carré, which translates to old square, you will be immersed in the beauty and history of this city. This 90 minute guided tour will provide you with some fun facts on the city’s past and present. You’ll be so in love with what you see, we guarantee you’ll want to come back!
    French Quarter History Tour

    768 Decatur St, New Orleans

    • Experience one of the most sought out tourist spots
    • Hear stories about 300 years of majestic history
    • Visit buildings which predate the founding of our country
    • Grow an appreciation for New Orlean culture
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    Sinister Criminal Intentions

    Not a fan of ghost stories? Think the supernatural is all conjured up nonsense? Seems like you’re in the market for the real deal. And that’s exactly what you’re get on this criminal tour of New Orleans. Learn all about the city’s sinister beginnings, that led to some seriously heinous crimes. From the bloody murders to menacing corruption, this tour will expose it all. After this tour, you won’t be able to simply walk through the French Quarter without hearing the cries of innocuous victims. Wicked fun is guaranteed, and so is a shiver down your spine.
    Sinister Criminal Intentions

    400 Royal St, New Orleans

    • Experience some of the seriously sinister history of NOLA
    • Hear some stories about the dark side of humanity
    • Walk to the French Quarter where cries still ring out
    • Learn about the French settlers who left prison to come to Louisiana
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    Spooky Kid-Friendly Family Ghost Tour

    Just because New Orleans has a seriously dark history, filled with supernatural secrets, doesn’t mean the whole family can’t experience it! Don’t worry about your kids having nightmares, as this tour will be just spooky enough to peak their interest, without giving them the heebeegeebees. Your experienced guide will walk you through all the must see spots, and the stories you hear will feature some beautifully dark history, sure to be shared again during class story time.
    Spooky Kid-Friendly Family Ghost Tour

    520 Toulouse St, New Orleans

    • Experience a ghost tour for the whole family
    • Hear stories filled with eerie New Orleans’ secrets
    • Make your way through the haunted French Quarter
    • Visit buildings which predate the founding of our country
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    Lewd Spirits Tour

    Ever wanted to get a buzz on while hearing about some historic and freakly New Orleans ghosts? Well now's your chance! On this tour, you will frequent many haunting bars with brakes only to tell ghost stories, and tour the city’s various mysterious and supernatural spots.Your experienced guide will tell you many interesting stories that you’ll be dying to share with your friends at home. By the end of this trip you’ll know of all the best ghost bars in town, as well as of all the best ghosts. Hopefully no spooky spirits follow you home!
    Lewd Spirits Tour

    520 Toulouse St, New Orleans

    • Grab a spooky drink and set foot to see some hauntings
    • Hear stories of NOLA citizens who may have left, but were not forgotten
    • Learn some seriously haunting New Orleans history
    • Develop an appreciation for the spooky and supernatural
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    From Cocktails to Jazz

    Experience the best that ‘The Big Easy’ has to offer on this super-fun afternoon tour. Enjoy some classy cocktails in the famous French Quarter, including the historic Sazerac and hear all about the origins of jazz before visiting a few of our favorite local jazz clubs, beer in hand. By the end of the day, you’ll be hooked on gin and jazz and a bona fide expert on the nightlife of North America’s Mardi Gras city!
    From Cocktails to Jazz

    700 Decatur Street, New Orleans

    • Discover the origins of jazz as you take a scenic stroll around beautiful Louis Armstrong park
    • Sample the Sazerac cocktail (and many others!), a classic concoction invented in New Orleans almost 200 years ago
    • Follow your guide to his/her favorite watering holes in the Marigny neighborhood
    • Enjoy a beer while soaking in the talents of some of the city’s best musicians
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    New Orleans Jazz Tour

    Few cities rival New Orleans’ nightlife thanks to its thrilling music scene. From authentic dixieland to big brass and every other jazz style in between, live music options are endless in the city that gave birth to the coolest genre in music. Hear about the origins and culture of jazz before making your way to the 19th century neighborhood that boasts the best music and bars in town. You’ll visit a few favorite local clubs, enjoy a beer and discover the talents of some of the city’s best local musicians. There’s nothing quite like a night out in ‘The Big Easy.’
    New Orleans Jazz Tour

    701 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Discover the origins of jazz in New Orleans as you take a scenic stroll around the beautiful Louis Armstrong park
    • Go on a historic journey through lesser-visited neighborhoods, either on foot or by streetcar
    • Check out Frenchmen Street’s most happening music venues and the local nightly art market
    • Enjoy a beer while soaking in the talents of some of the city’s best musicians
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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.
    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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    Magazine Street Foodie Tour

    All real foodies know that the soul of a city lies in the food it has to offer. Local New Orleanians love food, but they rarely go to the French Quarter to eat. Why? Because so many of the best restaurants are located right in their neighborhoods! On this tour, you'll get to explore one such foodie paradise -- Magazine Street! This vibrant neighborhood in Uptown is part of the beautiful Garden District. There, your guides will take you to some of the locals' favorite spots. You'll start at a famed po boy restaurant and continue down the street for a full-fledged meal. Try exotic foods such as alligator sausage, savory crab and crawfish beignet, and a vegetable done New-Orleans-style at a restaurant that specializes in Creole and Cajun soul food! Don't forget to leave room for dessert. Homemade chocolates created by one of the Top 10 Chocolatiers in the U.S., as well as other delicious treats, are waiting for you at the end of the tour. New Orleans is your oyster! Come hungry!
    Magazine Street Foodie Tour

    3454 Magazine St, New Orleans

    • Take a walking tour of Magazine Street, a foodie paradise in the Garden District
    • Shop, sip, and sup in true New Orleanian fashion
    • Try foods from alligator sausage to chargrilled oysters and make sure to leave room for dessert
    • Fulfill all your inner foodie desires during this delicious adventure
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    Cajun Critters Swamp Tour

    New Orleans is more than just a bustling, lively city -- the nature of its cafe-au-lait-colored waterways has a spirit of its own, beckoning brave explorers to come discover its wild complexities. This two-hour swamp tour will let you get close to the mysterious creatures that live in the swamp. Keep on the lookout for snapping turtles, otters, minks, ducks, pelicans, ibexes, and more! You might even be lucky enough to get a visit from America's national bird, the bald eagle~ The bayou will open up to you as you drift past large cypress trees and listen to the sounds of migrating songbirds. And of course, there will be the swamp favorite: alligators. Don't be afraid of these fierce reptiles! They are an integral part of the New Orleans ecosystem, as you'll learn while on this tour.
    Cajun Critters Swamp Tour

    363 Louisiana St, Westwego

    • Tour the bayous of New Orleans, and discover the beauty of its ecosystem
    • Keep your eyes peeled for snapping turtles, otters, minks, ibexes, and alligators
    • Capture unforgettable pictures of the swampy wilderness on your camera or phone
    • Learn facts you didn't know before about life in the dark, murky waterways of Louisiana
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    Historical House and Garden Tour

    Home to a Confederate General, headquarters of a bestselling author, and birthplace of a chess champion, the Beauregard-Keyes House has had a variety of incredible people pass through its walls. Come see the efforts of the bestselling author, Frances Parkinson Keyes, who led a restoration of the house to reflect the time period when it was rented by Confederate General Beauregard. Learn the stories of the house's many residents, like the one about the wholesale liquor business that led to a murder on the back gallery! You'll also get to admire the house's restored parterre garden, developed way back in the 19th century! Step back in time and discover the illustrious history of the Beauregard-Keyes House.
    Historical House and Garden Tour

    1113 Chartres St , New Orleans

    • Visit the historic Beauregard-Keyes House, once home to Pierre Gustave Beauregard and Frances Parkinson Keyes
    • Learn the incredible stories of some this house's most prominent residents
    • Explore and admire the house's parterre garden
    • Take a leap back in time to the years just after the end of the Civil War
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