Top 10 things to do in New Orleans
JAMNOLA New Orleans
#JAMNOLA stands for Joy, Art & Music – New Orleans. JAMNOLA is New Orleans’ first experiential pop-up that takes audiences of all ages on a topsy-turvy stroll through the cultural gems that make the city so special. Enjoy 12 exhibits celebrating the iconic art, music, food and theatrics of New Orleans through the eyes of 20+ local artists and creative partners.
Private Group Tour Of Plantations in New Orleans
Visiting antebellum plantations along the Mississippi River gives visitors to New Orleans a glimpse into the grace, grandeur and tragedy of early southern history. Your guide will give you an understanding of the economic and cultural worlds that built, not only Louisiana but so much of the United States we know today. Learn about industries such as oil, cotton, sugar, lumber, indigo and citrus and how they allowed Louisiana to become an import/export world power.
Duration:  7hrs - 8hrs
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Your New Orleans Visit
Welcome to the birthplace of jazz: music can be found in every corner of this dynamic city. Ramble through the streets of the French Quarter, test the goods at one of countless rum distilleries, then chill in the largest municipal park in the country. City Park is home to comedic pelicans and fairy-tale oak trees draped in Spanish Moss.
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Don’t miss the epic Mardi Gras celebrations, starting in January and reaching a thrilling finale two months later. Spot the costumed parades, known as ‘Krewes’, as they march their way into town.
The best views of “The Big Easy” are from the gentle waters of the Bayou St John. Jump on a paddle board and bask in the traditional scenery as you drift through the city.
New Orleans Airboat Grand Tour
Go back in time, discovering New Orleans' history on an an all-day van tour to visit two local plantations before gliding through the swamp on a fast and fun airboat ride. Cajun lunch included. Learn all about the culture of the area while touring iconic sites around New Orleans.
Walking Tour of St. Louis Cemetery in New Orleans
Travel the labyrinth of old and new tombs in New Orleans' most famous graveyard. Uncover the historical importance of the City of the Dead as you learn about the 50,000 former residents that rest there, focusing on the historical importance of the diverse culture and its unique history.