New Orleans Tours
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 things to do in New Orleans. Start with a New Orleans city tour and learn the city’s story while visiting a vast array of attractions and 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.
|Two Chicks Walking Tours||Grow your love affair with the Big Easy by taking a trip with Two Chicks Walking Tours. The ladies have been showing the city’s secret and not-so-secret gems together since 2012. Turn strangers into family with a public tour when you take the stroll through the French Quarter or explore Garden District Gems. Or grab a group of friends and make lasting memories learning about New Orleans the way you want to.|
|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|
|Tours by Isabelle||Tours by Isabelle is the oldest locally owned and family-run New Orleans tour company, providing first-class, small-scale, personalized service since 1979. Experienced and knowledgeable driver guides and comfortable,top-of-the-line 13-passenger vans will make you fall in love with Louisiana!|
|French Quartour Kids||This tour company doesn’t have certain tours for kids, it’s all for kids. Recommended for boys and girls aged 6-13, these tours are educational and entertaining. Trained teachers lead groups through the French Quarter, where they take a step back in time and learn all the elements that shaped New Orleans into the culturally rich city it is today. Adults will love it too!|
|New Orleans Original 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.|
|Livery Tours||Livery Tours offers the premiere touring experiences in New Orleans on lluxury vehicles, professional chauffeurs, and degreed historian tour guides. In addition to walking tours of the French Quarter and the Garden District, as well as their Private City Tours, their historians can also tailor a tour designed for any specific request i.e. Hollywood South Movie Tour, Cocktail Tour, African American History Tour,|
|French Quarter Tour||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. 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.|
|Ghosts & Spirits Tour||
Many people call New Orleans the most haunted city in America. After this tour, you’ll understand why. This nighttime tour travels through the French Quarter where you’ll learn about the history and ghost stories of the Vieux Carre while visiting some of the most haunted sites in the city, if not the entire country.
|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. Including in those buried at this famous cemetery is Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans.
|Big Easy Jazz Tour||Learn about the history of jazz in New Orleans from its birthplace in the Big Easy to the legends that made this city their home to the musical notes that flow through the streets today. There’s no better way to learn about the music then while enjoying VIP seating in the patio of Musical Legends Park. Tour includes complimentary cocktail to start your night and a choice of cocktail or cafe au lait and beignets at its conclusion.|