Tours in Prairieville


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  • Cajun Pride Tours
    Devoted to preserving Cajun culture by sharing it with the public, Cajun Pride Tours’ knowledgeable and passionate guides lead groups on tours that explore area swamps, plantations along the Great Mississippi River Road, and the historic districts of New Orleans. They also stroll along city streets in the French Quarter in New Orleans, the Garden District, and areas that display the lingering effects of Hurricane Katrina. On boat trips, groups can spot friendly gators while floating through the Manchac Swamp—a protected area that prohibits any hunting, fishing, or tickling of the native wildlife. A short drive past the swamps drops tourists off near the area’s plantations that are notable for their history, architecture, landscaping, and insight into Creole culture.
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    110 Frenier Rd.
    La Place, LA US
  • New Orleans Cypressworks
    Keep your bedroom stylish and comfortable with some new bedroom furniture, such as bedroom furniture. Brand new furniture is a great way to clean up a workspace that's just a tad too messy. Whether you need living room furniture or other furniture items, you can find all of your needs here. Making over your bathroom is super simple with the cute and affordable furniture selection. Make sure everyone has a seat at your next BBQ. Shop the awesome selection of patio furniture that will go perfectly with any outdoor space. The goodies here will work wonders for your wall including curtains and mirrors. Even if your aesthetic tastes are as different as can be, you and your loved ones will fulfill all your home decorating needs with items like rugs, throw pillows, and vases. Art lovers looking to spice up their space flock to this store for a touch of beauty, charm, and one-of-a-kind artistry. Patrons of New Orleans Cypressworks will love the convenience of the nearby parking spaces.
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    3110 Magazine St
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Dark Crescent Tours
    Pirates. Supernatural phenomena. Gruesome crimes. The guides from Dark Crescent Tours unveil New Orleans' more macabre side while narrating the city's storied past. In the late afternoons and early evenings, the guides lead outings that visit sites associated with the eerier and more chilling facets of the city's long-distant past. The specialty walking tours provide an immersive look at the former homes of famous New Orleans authors or even interesting bars where each stop includes information about that particular establishment's history or legacy in some way. Daytime walking tours, on the other hand, spirit folks through iconic neighborhoods, including Algiers Point, the French Quarter, and Faubourg Marigny. During the jaunts, guides relate the history behind everything from the distinctive architecture and the street names to the reason why none of the sidewalks are edible.
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    515 Saint Philip Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • French Quarter History & Ghostbuster Tours
    New Orleans' French Quarter is arguably one of the most haunted places in the country, something the tour guides at French Quarter History & Ghostbuster Tours know well. During historical ghost-walk tours, they lead groups through the centuries-old streets while spinning spooky tales of grave deeds and ghostly sightings. However, the guides aren't always content to just tell their guests these tales. On the The History & Ghostbuster Tour–recently mentioned in Forbes–they actually encourage tour-goers to investigate potential paranormal activity. For guests who are just there for the facts, the guides also offer a historical walk past significant sites—as well as entering a historic private haunted mansion in the French Quarter—before the sun goes down and the ghosts come out to play.
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    622 1/2 Pirates Alley
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Magic Tours, LLC
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Magic Tours, LLC facet_type_id: c51524b0-5f37-1032-b6ff-e4a344852a2d html_text: Even unbelievers can glean some new knowledge from Magic Tours. Professors, historians, and journalists are among the guides that lead the cemetery and ghost tours, so they're not only spooky, but also historically accurate. And since New Orleans has a reputation for its cemeteries and outlandish burial customs, they have plenty of facts to spill on each tour. The oldest haunt they explore is the Saint Louis Cemetery, which has been open for business since 1789. Over the past two centuries, thousands of locals—famous and anonymous—have come to their final rest there, including legendary voodoo practitioner Marie Laveau.
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    441 Royal St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • French Quarter Phantoms
    Given New Orleans' great wealth of stories, it's no surprise that the city itself would certify its master storytellers. This certification, held by every one of French Quarter Phantoms' guides, is put to good use as they lead small groups of travelers through the city?s dark alleys on historically accurate ghost, cemetery, and history tours. The guides' expertly spun, chilling tales earned French Quarter Phantoms the accolade of second-best haunted tour in America from HauntedAmericaTours.com, as well as a certificate of authenticity from Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang.
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    834 North Rampart Street
    New Orleans, LA US

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