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New Orleans: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 25+ Attractions

1. New Orleans: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 25+ Attractions

No other New Orleans sightseeing package can compare to the incredible choice, convenience, and value of the Go City pass. Your New Orleans All-Inclusive Pass includes admission to a variety of the most popular New Orleans city attractions, New Orleans French Quarter attractions, and surrounding Louisiana attractions. When you visit each location with your All-Inclusive Pass, the admission has already been taken care of. You simply follow the instructions in the guide and present your Go City pass to enter. You don’t have to wait and pay over and over again. The low price of the New Orleans All-Inclusive Pass includes savings off of the admission fees you’d pay if you purchased your New Orleans attraction tickets individually at each location. Activities, attractions, and tours included with the New Orleans All-Inclusive Pass: • Paddlewheeler Creole Queen • Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour • The National WWII Museum • Haunted History Tours • Ultimate Swamp Adventures • Mardi Gras World • St. Louis number 1 Cemetery Tour by French Quarter Phantoms • Ghost & Vampire Combo Tour by French Quarter Phantoms • Cooking Demonstration Class/New Orleans School of Cooking • Saints and Sinners by French Quarter Phantoms • Cajun Pride Swamp Tours • Garden District Tour by French Quarter Phantoms • Treme Tour by French Quarter Phantoms • Longue Vue House and Gardens • Edgar Degas House • San Francisco Plantation • Southern Food and Beverage Museum • The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old US Mint • 1850 House/Louisiana State Museum • Cabildo/The Louisiana State Museum• New Orleans Pharmacy Museum • Louisiana Children’s Museum • Presbytere/The Louisiana State Museum

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New Orleans: Garden District and French Quarter Bike Tour

2. New Orleans: Garden District and French Quarter Bike Tour

Explore the French Quarter and the Garden District by bike on this bike tour of New Orleans. Start your bike tour at the Mississippi River overlooking Jackson Square and ride through the historic heart of New Orleans. Cycle through the French Quarter, stop outside historic landmarks, and learn about the history of New Orleans. Next up is the Garden District. Hear about New Orleans pre-and post-Civil War history and gain insights into Southern life throughout these eras. Pass by opulent mansions built in the 1800s and filming locations throughout the Garden District. Visit one of New Orleans's above-ground cemeteries and learn about how the lives of loved ones are commemorated in New Orleans culture and traditions.

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New Orleans Sightseeing Tour by Air-Conditioned Minibus

3. New Orleans Sightseeing Tour by Air-Conditioned Minibus

Discover the highlights of New Orleans in comfort on a 3-hour sightseeing tour by air-conditioned minibus. Visit areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina, along with historical landmarks such as Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral and the former seat of the Spanish colonial city hall at The Cabildo. Get an overview of the famous French Quarter so that you can explore the district at your own pace later. View the 100-year old homes along Esplanade Avenue on the way to the Dueling Oaks in City Park. Explore one of the city's cemeteries on foot and learn why the dead are buried in reusable tombs above the ground. Venture down St. Charles Avenue to explore the American side of the city and see some of the homes of the elegant Garden District. Pass the residence of the Gothic fiction writer, Anne Rice. Discover where Hurricane Katrina broke the levee and swept away the houses in the Lower 9th ward. Learn how the residents are rebuilding their lives.

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New Orleans: Traditional City and Estate Tour with Entry

4. New Orleans: Traditional City and Estate Tour with Entry

New Orleans has an incredibly vibrant soul that can never be kept down. Today, you will experience its heart with a combo city tour that will take you deep into the splendor of the French Quarter, and then out towards the levee system along Lake Pontchartrain before heading back through the mansions around town. It is sure to be a delight! We first stop by the French Market, for a taste of New Orleans' rich culinary history. We'll then head out to the old U.S. Mint and the stately mansions along Esplanade Ave. Here you can dream of what life must have been like 100 years ago, and see the vibrancy that still remains. Next we'll walk into St. Louis Cemetery #3. One of the fascinating things about a New Orleans cemetery is that everything is above ground, since the city technically lies below sea level. For this reason, St. Louis is a fascinating journey into the quirks about this city, and you will see some famous residents as well. Riding along peaceful Bayou St. John, we view houses from the late 1700's. Driving through City Park, see the antique carousel & centuries-old live oaks. Along Lake Pontchartrain's shores our levee system is explained and the longest of all Causeway bridges is seen. After all this outdoors exploring, it's time to move into a guided tour of the Longue Vue Mansion and Gardens. This exquisite 8 acre estate is definitely worth the time we'll spend walking its halls. Then we'll head uptown to Carrolton, the Tulane and Loyola Universities, the 160-year-old streetcar line and St. Charles Avenue's grand colonial mansions. Finally, we'll head back downtown around the Superdome and through the heart of the business district before returning to your hotel. You will see how vibrant and exciting New Orleans is again today, and we look forward to sharing our home with you.

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What people are saying about Garden District, New Orleans

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 340 reviews

We loved the bike tour! Milan was our guide and was amazing. Our youngest is 11 and he did great on the tour. I was a little nervous about riding in traffic but once we got started it wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be. We learned about the history of the city and French Quarter. It’s about an 8 mile bike ride and we made lots of stops along the way. Highly recommend!

New Orleans city tour was excellent. I recommend anyone coming to the city to take it to get the background if the city's history. I find the city in current times is pre Katrina and post Katrina which opens one's eyes. We even had a local citizen on the tour who said she learned so much about her home. You will get a bonus if David is your tour driver. He is a gem!!!

Easy to plan with all attractions listed with descriptions, times, cost of what it would have been, easy booking. Tour guides are personable and knowledgeable.

This was by far the best experience I had in New Orleans. Betsy - our guide - did a fabulous job and the e-bikes were so much fun!

The tour was educational and the tour guide was humorous which made the experience a delight.