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Jewish New Orleans Tour: An Education & a Celebration

Jewish New Orleans Tour: An Education & a Celebration

November 16, 2023  |  New Orleans

The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial in Woldenberg Park Everyone knows that New Orleans is a melting pot — a gumbo of people from all around the world who have come here in waves for over three centuries looking for, not just somewhere more accepting, but more inspiring. On NOLA Tours’ Jewish New Orleans Tour, you’ll learn about Jewish people who have come here since Colonial times with their dreams, ideas… Read More »

Santa’s Must-Do List in New Orleans

Santa’s Must-Do List in New Orleans

November 15, 2023  |  New Orleans

Rudolph Guides Santa. Let Us Guide You. Whether you're a child or just feel like one during the holidays, festive fun awaits in New Orleans. Enjoy parades, traditional Réveillon dinners at your favorite restaurants, light displays, and the Fleur de Lis Drop at the stroke of midnight in the French Quarter on New Year's Eve. And as far as shopping goes, Santa’s most unique workshop is right here in New… Read More »

Ballet Anyone? ABT Studio Company Comes to Metairie

Ballet Anyone? ABT Studio Company Comes to Metairie

October 19, 2023  |  New Orleans

Jefferson Performing Arts Society Presents ABT Studio Company Great news for ballet lovers in Metairie! On Friday, November 10, 2023, The Jefferson Performing Arts Society will present American Ballet Theatre’s junior company at Jefferson Performing Arts Center. ABT Studio Company is made up of of 12-18 rising stars of the ballet world between the ages of 17 and 21. Nearly 80% of current dancers in American Ballet Theatre are alumni of… Read More »

Gray Line’s New Ghost Tour with AR Is Spooky Fun

Gray Line’s New Ghost Tour with AR Is Spooky Fun

September 25, 2023  |  New Orleans

Discover Gray Line's New Ghosts & Spirits Walking Tour with AR Experience Greater New Orleans has a population of about 1.167 million – if you count only the living. Our 300+ year-old-city is considered one of the most haunted in the country and people from all over the world come to hear our ghost stories. If you’re looking to be educated and entertained – and a little creeped out –… Read More »

Second Line to New Orleans in September

Second Line to New Orleans in September

August 31, 2023  |  New Orleans

In September, the boys in the black and gold are playing against the Tennessee Titans in the Dome on the 10th. Then on September 18, they take on the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football and, at noon on September 24, it's on to Green Bay in Wisconsin. Bars and restaurants all over the city will be packed with fans. Why not come join them? Between games, there’s plenty of special… Read More »

Everybody’s Buzzing about Dr. Wagner’s Honey Island Swamp Tour

Everybody’s Buzzing about Dr. Wagner’s Honey Island Swamp Tour

August 8, 2023  |  New Orleans

You can pick up souvenirs including swamp honey, made by the bees who gave Honey Island Swamp its name. There are two kinds of swamp tours out there. One for people who mostly just want selfies with baby gators; the other for those interested in seeing alligators and other wildlife in their natural habitats and learning how to protect them as well. Dr. Wagner’s Honey Island Swamp Tour falls into… Read More »

Romance on the Riverboat City of New Orleans

Romance on the Riverboat City of New Orleans

August 1, 2023  |  New Orleans

You can’t know New Orleans, really understand her, unless you’ve seen her from the river. On The Riverboat City of New Orleans, one of Old Man River’s newest queens, you’ll discover the energy, excitement, charm, hospitality and sheer romance that make this city roll. The first steamboat, aptly named The New Orleans, traveled from Pittsburgh to the Big Easy between 1811 and 1812 with Teddy Roosevelt’s 4th great grandfather Nicholas Roosevelt… Read More »

The Big Easy’s Easier on a Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

The Big Easy’s Easier on a Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

June 21, 2023  |  New Orleans

  You can travel to New Orleans in books, movies, and in your dreams but, if you ask us, the best way to get around once you’re truly here is on a big red Hop-On Hop-Off New Orleans double decker bus. Why rent a car or pay for Ubers when you can tour the city’s charming neighborhoods in air-conditioned comfort with a guide pointing out not just what you’re seeing,… Read More »

Now Playing at Le Petit Theatre

Now Playing at Le Petit Theatre

May 31, 2023  |  New Orleans

Moving. Mind-opening. Amusing.     Some people go to the theater to have fun. Some go to be moved and inspired. And some go to get a deeper understanding of people and even themselves. If you go for all the reasons above, you’ll love The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, playing through June 4th at Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carré.   On the surface, a play about… Read More »

Take the Official Jazz Fest Express

Take the Official Jazz Fest Express

April 27, 2023  |  New Orleans

Gray Line Gets You Closer to the Music.   Follow the second line to Gray Line’s Official Jazz Fest Shuttle. It’s the only shuttle that takes you inside the Fairground's gates! Air-conditioned buses offer round-trip transportation and run continuously until the last festival-goer leaves. What’s more, they enter through an exclusive entrance reserved just for the Official Jazz Fest Shuttle buses! Uber and Lyft have zones that require drop-off and… Read More »