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A city full of rich history and storied culture, New Orleans holds something for every traveler. Whether you're bringing the whole family or flying solo, the city and area that surround it will entertain, inform, and amaze you.

There are countless ways to explore the Greater New Orleans area. Start with a New Orleans city tour and learn the city’s story while visiting a vast array of historic sights. Then venture into the unknown via a swamp tour, where you'll have an unforgettable adventure in the rich swampland and picturesque bayous that surround the city. Before you leave, travel to the nearby plantations that dot the Mississippi River and be amazed by the historic, beautiful homes that have stood for hundreds of years. There are plenty of tours in New Orleans to choose from, and you won't be disappointed.

  • French Quarter Phantoms Tour Tremé

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    Hear fascinating tales of Faubourg Tremé, the oldest African-American neighborhood in America where freedom was fought for and jazz was born. This award-winning tour from French Quarter Phantoms includes a visit to the Tremé Petit Jazz Museum.

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  • Music of NOLA Tour

    Music of NOLA Tour »

    The music of slavery, jazz, rock ‘n roll…it all sprung from New Orleans or, more specifically, the Tremé. Listen, ask questions and get inspired as you dance your way through America’s oldest African-American neighborhood on this unique experience from French Quarter Phantoms.

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  • New Orleans Sightseeing City Tours

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    One of the best ways to experience the real New Orleans is on an air-conditioned bus tour with Tour Orleans. Their fascinating guides will introduce you to many of our unique neighborhoods, including the French Quarter and the Garden District, plus you’ll get to see our “Cities of the Dead” and go through the 9th Ward to hear tales of Hurricane Katrina. The 2.5-hour tour is offered three times a day, seven days a week, and they’ll pick you up at your hotel in the French Quarter.

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  • Cajun Encounters Tours

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    Cajun Encounters is a locally owned and operated tour company with over ten years of experience. The company takes pride in providing comprehensive, personalized swamp tours, city tours and plantation tours to both locals and New Orleans visitors.

  • Gray Line New Orleans

    Gray Line New Orleans »

    Gray Line, the world's leader in sightseeing, has showcased New Orleans to visitors from around the world since 1924. From the French Quarter to the swamp, visitors enjoy touring New Orleans' many beautiful and unique attractions. Gray Line offers a variety of tour packages, including their new French Quarter Tricentennial Walking Tour. Guides will bring the history and mystery surrounding the city's founding to life with some new stops and fascinating facts. Tricentennial Souvenir Doubloons will be issued on the tour, good for discounts at several French Quarter museums.


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  • City Sightseeing Tours

    Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Tours »

    Travel around New Orleans in style on an exciting open-top, double-decker bus with City Sightseeing New Orleans. Hop on and off, their tour service takes you around town from the French Quarter to the Central Business District to the Garden District in an entertaining, informative and flexible manner.

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  • City Segway Tour

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    Let the good times roll, literally. When you glide around town courtesy of City Segway Tours of New Orleans, you’ll experience the beauty that is Crescent City architecture, art, and culture in a big and easy fashion.

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  • New Orleans Original Cocktail Tour

    New Orleans Craft Cocktail Tour »

    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Tour is a perfect way to start your getaway in the Big Easy. Travel through the historic quarter and visit some of the most famous bars and restaurants in the city to learn about their famous spirits like the Sazerac, Pimm's Cup and even the famous, or maybe we should say infamous Hand Grenade.

  • Cities of the Dead

    Cemetery & Voodoo Tour »

    The Cemetery & Voodoo tour takes you deep inside of St. Louis Cemetery #1, where both the most famous and the most infamous residents of New Orleans are buried. Included in those buried at this famous cemetery is Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans.

  • French Quarter Tour

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    Tour the French Quarter with a local expert and learn about the secrets of one of the oldest and most colorful neighborhoods in the country. In honor of New Orleans Tricentennial, new stops were added at the Spring Fiesta House and St. Anthony’s Garden. Local guides go into more depth about the city’s founding and all of the history and mystery that comes with it. The tour takes you from the banks of the Mississippi River, through the French Market and Jackson Square before exploring the streets that make the city so famous.

  • Super City Tour

    Super City Tour »

    The Super City Tour offers a broader overview of New Orleans with narrated sightseeing throughout the city. The tour travels through the world-famous French Quarter and Jackson Square, a stop at one of the city's historic above-ground cemeteries, through Bayou St. John to hear legends of voodoo and piracy, and along St. Charles Avenue, the home of the historic streetcar and mansions of the king and queens of Mardi Gras.


  • Hurricane Katrina Tour

    Hurricane Katrina Tour »

    August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and much of the surrounding regions. This tour gives an eye-witness account of disaster while traveling past a levee that breached and touring the neighborhoods that were devastated and wiped out by the floodwaters. When the tour is complete, you'll leave with a better understanding of the events leading up to Katrina, life after the storm and the Rebirth of New Orleans.

  • Royal Carriages

    Royal Carriages »

    Take a carriage ride while you're in New Orleans, and enjoy a tour of the French Quarter (Garden District tours are available too!). Quaint mule-drawn carriages take you past many New Orleans landmarks, including Bourbon Street, the mighty Mississippi, and Jackson Square.

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  • New Orleans Legendary Walking Tours

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    Experience the old world of New Orleans and ancient above-ground cemeteries led by knowledgeable guides. You'll see breathtaking views of the French Quarter, explore historic architecture, and more!

  • Riverbend Charters

    Tours by Riverbend Charters »

    Why take a bus when you can see the city in style with Riverbend Limousine & Tours? Their chauffeur guides will take you on a private tour through the French Quarter, the Garden District, to our famous Cemeteries of the Dead – even to area breweries. Plus, they offer language guides for Spanish and French-speaking guests.

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