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  • New Orleans: Haunted Pub Crawl

    1. New Orleans: Haunted Pub Crawl

    Make your way to the Jax Brewery building just outside of Landry's Seafood to meet your local licensed guide who will be waiting for you just outside the building to check you in with your confirmation email. This tour visits the most fascinating and haunted places throughout the city, including the infamous Lalaurie Mansion (as seen on "American Horror Story: Coven"), and many other sites such as the Sultan's Palace or Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop. The tour is alcohol friendly (feel free to bring a drink with you), and is a 2-hour leisurely stroll just under a mile long with frequent bar stops and restroom breaks.

    Our guide Colby had a great personality, very informational about all the history of New Orleans.

  • New Orleans: 2-Hour Ghosts & Vampires Walking Tour

    2. New Orleans: 2-Hour Ghosts & Vampires Walking Tour

    Take a thrilling 2-hour walking tour around the haunted streets of New Orleans’s French Quarter and learn about some of the mysteries of the spooky city. Led by professional guides and storytellers, you will get an intense tour of grisly ghost stories and blood-thirsty vampires. Departing every night at 06:00 PM and 08:00 PM, the tour takes a walk through the dark streets and shadowy corners of the city’s most famous neighborhood. You will hear about Madame Lalaurie and her love of torture and learn why you should fear the Mad Butcher. Discover if there are vampires in the Ursulines Convent and what happened to the beautiful Octoroon Mistress. To steady your nerves, enjoy buy one get one free hurricane drinks in the hour prior to each tour. Just head to the Voodoo Lounge and grab your 2-for-1 cocktail as you prepare to embark on the most gruesome journey of your life! You will get a lo...

    Mary J was so much fun! The ghost believers in our group were thrilled with her spooky stories and those who did not believe loved the history that she taught. She gave us the perfect amount of information which left us wanting to do more research about the ghosts of New Orleans.

  • New Orleans: Drunk History Tour

    3. New Orleans: Drunk History Tour

    Follow your guide through the magical streets of the Vieux Carre and visit historic and cultural landmarks on this 2-hour tour. See the exact location where the Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803, the famous St, Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square and many other sites that played a vital role in the history of New Orleans. Of course, no New Orleans tour would be complete without some stories of voodoo, ghosts and vampires, and this one is no exception! Before the tour ends you’ll know where to find the most predictable ghost in New Orleans. You’ll also visit the most haunted house in the city and multiple locations where vampires have been seen! Your guide will tell you how the practice of voodoo came to New Orleans. Learn about the voodoo queen, Marie Laveau and visit property given to her as payment for her magic! You’ll also see locations where voodoo ceremonies were held. Check ...

    If you’re looking for a tour that covers a little bit of everything New Orleans with a personable tour guide full of “useless knowledge,” as he says, then this tour with Coty is your best bet.

  • New Orleans: VIP Party Tour

    4. New Orleans: VIP Party Tour

    Experience New Orleans' renowned nightlife on a tour of the best bars and party venues in the city. Enjoy exclusive drink specials and party games and benefit from having a licensed party guide who will ensure you have a great night. Get the party started with a game of flip cup with the booze on the house. This is the perfect opportunity to mingle with fellow party people from all over the world.  As your night continues, drink your way through 4 of the best venues in town with exclusive drinks specials and free drinks in each venue. Don't worry about having to wait in long lines, you'll be getting the VIP treatment with skip-the-line access all night long.

    I had an amazing time with the hosts!! The clubs were super litt and I enjoyed the free drink when entering the clubs as well as just walking past the lines!! Next time I’m in NOLA I’ll be doing this again

  • New Orleans Original Cocktail Late Afternoon Walking Tour

    5. New Orleans Original Cocktail Late Afternoon Walking Tour

    Welcome to entertainment at its finest. Your tour begins from Toulouse Street at the Mississippi River, where an experienced guide will entertain you with classic stories of the unique concoctions made famous here, and the characters that brought them to life. You’ll visit some of the restaurants and bars along the famous Bourbon and St. Peter’s Streets. You’ll be shaken - and stirred - by the recipes of the city’s most infamous cocktails along the way. From the Sazerac and Pimm’s Cup, to the Hurricane and Hand Grenade, you’re sure to enjoy a different view of New Orleans through its history of fine dining and drinking. It's history ...with a twist!

    Sandi was amazing! Founds great bars and drinks we otherwise would have missed. Very fun and informative!

  • New Orleans: French Quarter Saint & Sinner History Tour

    6. New Orleans: French Quarter Saint & Sinner History Tour

    From the beginning faith has ruled this great city. For some, it has created rumors of conspiracy, witchcraft, and vampires. For others, it inspired greatness. Lives have been lost and battlegrounds drawn, but New Orleans’ eclectic belief systems have created a sense of acceptance found nowhere else. Did you know that the famous voodoo priestess, Marie Laveau, was also a devout Catholic? Surprises abound on this inspiring journey. Join the most unique and interesting walking tour in New Orleans. New Orleans is a hot, humid and sometimes unforgiving place where in the dead of summer the air takes on the quality of a crawfish boil. It is a long, drawn out fever that seeps into the bloodstream and compels even the sweetest from small town America to do obscene things. This is the real New Orleans which does not fit neatly into the category of "American" city. It is a black water port, Cari...

    It was a fun tour not everything was absolutely the truth but entertaining guide was fun.

  • New Orleans: Nightlife & Live Music of Frenchman St Tour

    7. New Orleans: Nightlife & Live Music of Frenchman St Tour

    Tour the vibrant Faubourg Marigny neighborhood with a local guide who will help you experience a night on the town “like a local” in a small group of no more than 10 people or a private tour. Discover some of the best Jazz in New Orleans on Frenchman Street and learn some interesting history and traditions along the way. Meet at the Brieux Carré Brewing Co. for a quick local pint, then start the evening with a light dinner stop. Enjoy a Cajun sausage (delicious vegetarian/vegan options available as well as beef & pork, or more adventurous crawfish, duck or alligator) and local beer or house daiquiri while learning about the difference between Cajun and Creole influence on New Orleans cuisine and culture. Next, head to the nighttime Frenchman Art Market to peruse local products, before walking the streets and visiting the bars/clubs of the Faubourg Marigny, the residential neighbor ...

  • New Orleans: Drunken History Walking Tour

    8. New Orleans: Drunken History Walking Tour

    Take a shot or two with a chaser of New Orleans history. Some libations and citations, if you will. This drunken history walking tour is a one-of-a-kind excursion. New Orleans and booze go together like red beans and rice. The city has been the party capital of the American South since before it was American or South. The locals have figured out that just about anything can be enhanced with alcohol. That’s why your guides decided it was about time their visitors had the opportunity to stroll through the French Quarter, learning the history whilst simultaneously indulging in an age old New Orleans tradition by drinking like a local. This 21-and-older experience isn’t your ordinary walking tour. For one, the tour guide can, and will, drink with you the whole time. Being a full walking tour of the French Quarter, you’ll hear riveting stories and important knowledge necessary for a full un...

    Robert, our tour guide was amazing. The history of not only New Orleans , but also of the drinks in the area. He made the tour fun and enjoyable! Have us some amazing recommendations for places to eat. Definitely would recommend.

  • New Orleans: Evening Jazz Discovery Tour With a Local Guide

    9. New Orleans: Evening Jazz Discovery Tour With a Local Guide

    This music tour of New Orleans begins just outside the French Quarter at the historic and beautiful Louis Armstrong Park in the Tremé neighborhood. Within the park, your guide and group will talk about the historical origins of jazz and discuss one of the jazz greats, Armstrong himself.  From here, you'll make your way to the popular Marigny neighborhood, named after the nobleman and good-time guy of the same name. Updated for modern thirsts, Marigny is a hip nightlife area that appeals to New Orleanians and visitors alike. Your guide will lead the way, either on foot or by streetcar, making sure to point out a few popular local music and nightlife haunts along the way.  Soon you will arrive at the famous Frenchmen Street, the largest concentration of live music venues in the city. Your guide will take you inside some of his/her favorites. Being with a local, you’ll have access to the b...

    Amy was absolutely the. Best so much. Fun and her knowledge was amazing Don’t go on a bus tour go with a walking guide Amy especially you will see things that you would nit ordinarily see

  • New Orleans: Electric Bike Creole Tour

    10. New Orleans: Electric Bike Creole Tour

    Explore New Orleans on custom-built, ultra-comfortable electric bikes. Peddle as much or as little as you like as you get an intimate up-close look at New Orleans, visiting areas off the beaten track as well as the most famous landmarks. Ride through the French Quarter and learn about the rich history and incredible people that influenced the culture of the city. Cruise through historic Marigny, Treme, Bywater, and Bayou St. John neighborhoods, which are loaded with New Orleans art and charm and are home to artists, musicians, and history makers. Visit a fascinating above-ground cemetery and explore the City Park, the home of the largest mature live oak trees in the world. Make a brief stop at Cafe Du Monde in the park to enjoy some world-famous beignets. Ride down historic Esplanade Avenue, a picturesque boulevard lined with beautiful oak trees and magnificent homes of the Creole elit...

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What people are saying about New Orleans

We had an awesome guide & driver. Learned so much about the whole city of New Orleans. Especially glad now & so sad they had a hurricane that caused so much destruction.

Great host & staff, amazing band, variety of food, and beautiful evening scenery along the river!! Highly recommend.

GREAT EXPERIENCE GREAT INSTRUCTOR AND CREW GREAT GREAT THE FOODDD WAS DELICIOUS AND YOU LEARN SOMETHING

I love everything, so relaxing the food and drink good. People who works there so nice thank you

Taylor was awesome......knowledgeable, friendly & entertaining. Highly recommend!