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• Include Samples• 2.5-hour food tour in the French Quarter • Learn the difference between Cajun and Creole cooking • Visit some of the most historic restaurants in the French Quarter • Enjoy tasting...
This walking and tasting tour of the French Quarter will immerse you in the history of New Orleans and how its unique cuisine evolved. We tour select historic restaurants and discuss their culinary contributions - including the two oldest (Antoine’s and Tujague’s, established in 1840 and 1856. respectively. You will learn to appreciate the differences between Cajun and Creole cuisine, and will hear of the varied ethnic influences that contribute to New Orleans Cuisine.One of the great joys of travel is exploring the local culture with the benefit of local insight. Locally owned and operated we know the very best way for visitors to sample some of the finest cuisine New Orleans has to offer.
During a 2.5-hour walking tour, guests learn about the city’s history & architecture while sampling jambalaya and gumbo
... of the buildings among us.Most importantly, you will learn the differences between Creole and Cajun cuisine and the origin of world famous cocktails in this comprehensive food and beverage adventure..
New Orleans benefits from its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico—is decidedly a melting pot, a reflection of the variety of cultures that occupy this city: Cajun, Creole, Caribbean, Southern, French, African, and Spanish.Lets go and explore the wonderful smells and sights of New Orleans . Gumbo , Oysters, Hot Roast Beef Po-Boys , dressed of course, and lets not for get Beignets and Cafe Au Lait. You will go through several of my favorite neighborhoods tasting the local cuisine , chatting about the history, culture and cuisine.
Guests can visit different eateries and taste traditional Creole and Cajun food or tacos, donuts, and more
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.
... fide expert on North America’s Mardi Gras city! This tour is a combination of three of our most popular tours, the New Orleans Food Tour, the New Orleans Cocktail Tour and the New Orleans Jazz Tour
We are a walking food tour and we stop into 5 local restaurants and have a bite
Approximately 45 minute guided walking tour of New Orleans City of the Dead, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Located just across the street from the French Quarter, you’ll be able to easily walk from your hotel or bed and breakfast for your Cemetery tour. Your tour is lead by a licensed guide. You’ll visit the tomb made famous in the 1969 movie Easy Rider. This active cemetery boasts some of New Orleans most famous residents, like Marie Laveau the Voodoo priestess, and Homer Plessey, who’s landmark case before the US Supreme Court changed the course of segregation in America. You’ll also see actor Nicholas Cage’s future resting place.
New Orleans Lower Garden District Food Tour
Fun and engaging guide leads a group to haunted sites near the French Quarter during an air-conditioned bus tour that is BYOB
Visitors can experience Carl Mack’s private costume collection, learn about Mardi Gras culture and dress up in authentic Mardi Gras Costumes
New Orleans is “ The Most Haunted City” in the United States with rich paranormal history like no other place. Our Master storytellers will take you into the Realm of Ghost, Voodoo, Vampires & Witches. White on tour, you will visit our most haunted & featured location, the Lalaurie Mansion. Delve into the bone chilling story of Madame “Delphine Lalaurie”… The Most Evil Woman of New Orleans past. This is also where Kathy Bates filmed The American Horror Story.This 2 hour tour covers every aspect of Ghost, Voodoo, Vampires, & Witches satisfying your hunger for more of The Dark side of New Orleans…Follow Us if You Dare!Please arrive 30 minutes prior to tour departure for check in. Tour departs on time. Refunds will not be issued for late arrivals. Each tour is unique and may or may not include all of the stops listed above.Local supplier is offering a $10,000 giveaway contest, taking place on Halloween 2019! No purchase necessary.
Jonathan Weiss is a historian specializing in infamous events that took place in New Orleans
The French Quarter is known as one of the most haunted places in America, and with so many ghost tours to choose from, the best choice is this 1-hour carriage tour from the award-winning Royal Carriag...
Two-hour walking tour of the French Quarter that combines history with ghost hunting
Visitors can choose between three tours, which include murder and mystery stories, a cemetery walk, or a drunk history tour
Aspiring ghost hunters can visit 2 cemeteries and other haunted locations to possibly detect apparitions using professional equipment
New Orleans historians guide walking tours, among them one that highlights locations featured on The Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures”
Get to know the beasts of the Southern wild on your visit to New Orleans with a choice of admission to the group of museums that make up the Audubon Nature Institute: Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Entergy Giant Screen Theater, and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. Check out top-notch exhibits at the four attractions to learn more about critters both local (Louisiana swamp) and global (African Savanna). Choose one or see them all, depending on your schedule and interests.
A guided 90-minute tour through the Vieux Carre, visiting the authentic homes where the horrors took place, narrated by a licensed historian
Customers enjoy jazz music while cruising on board of a famous steamboat Natchez and relax with optional lunch or dinner
We took the most raunchy ghost stories, combined them with seedy haunted bars, and put them in a two-hour tour. Our first story starts at a location where spirits and spirits meet. You will be haunted with tales of adulterers, prostitutes, womanizers, and the plain evil!
Carry your drink with you to your next location and listen to one deprived story after another. If you are thirsty for more, there is a place to grab a drink between every haunted location.
These treacherous stories haven’t been forgotten and have left a mark on the locations you’ll visit. You will learn the history behind the stories and the haunting that still plagues the scenes.
Make it a private party!
This is a great tour for groups, including bachelor and bachelorette groups, birthday parties, corporate groups, and conventions groups. Just call us up, and we’ll work out an experience unlike any other you can get in New Orleans!
This nationally famous, as-seen-on-TV tour lets participants learn about New Orleans’ rich culture from well-trained historian guides
The only tour with free shuttle to and from Cemetery #1. Follow the ghosts of the numerous characters of New Orleans’ mysterious past! Tour one of the city’s most haunted cemeteries, St Louis Cemetery No. 1 and visit the tomb of the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau. Your guide will explain the unique above-ground burial custom and will give you an in-depth overview of the fascinating evolution of voodoo.
Delve into the history of the French Quarter on a 2-hour walking tour with a knowledgeable guide who shares the legends and landmarks of this fascinating city. At a relaxed pace, take in the Mississippi River, French Market, St Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, the Presbytere, Jackson Square and more. Visit historic buildings and secluded courtyards, see famous literary and silver screen locations, and learn about Creole culture. Your entertaining guide provides a deep understanding of the forces that shaped the Big Easy.
Explore French Quarter history through tales of prostitution. Learn about unforgettable characters involved in the world’s oldest profession. This 2-hour tour highlights the working women including well known figures of Storyville. This experience provides bar stops where you may acquire a classic New Orleans cocktail (or your favorite beverage) in a to go cup. This tour starts near the river and concludes in the back of town. Visit two wonderful bars for brief breaks otherwise, there’s plenty of street walking.
This in-depth, two hour walking tour is devoted to to exploring the significant locations in the historic French Quarter which were featured in the popular cult TV series, American Horror Story - Coven. Your experienced and knowledgeable tour guide will explain the historical overlaps between the characters depicted in the show and true stories of their real life namesakes. You will learn about the evil murderer Madame LaLaurie and visit the place where her body was exhumed. You’ll also visit the site where the Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau, once lived. In addition to learning the rich history of these real life characters and visiting important landmarks from the show and their real lives, you will be taken through St. Louis Cemetery #1 and visit Marie Laveau and Madame LaLaurie tombs as well as Nick Cage’s pyramid tomb. On this tour, you’ll walk in the footsteps of Fiona, Marie Laveau, Madame LaLaurie, and the witches.
Explore the history-rich neighborhoods of New Orleans on a 3.5-hour bike tour in the morning or afternoon, and see the sights with a local guide! While riding around seven of the city’s most exciting districts, learn about the city’s evolution from a small French colony to a fast-growing commercial center and multicultural hub. Cycle through the French Quarter and bohemian Fabourge Marigny; marvel at millionaires’ mansions on Esplanade Avenue; and pass top New Orleans attractions such as St Louis Cemetery 3, City Park and more.
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