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Go New Orleans Pass

Go New Orleans Pass
 

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However, there are still plenty of things to do. See top rated activities below.

Oak Alley Plantation Tour
Grand Tour with 2 Plantations & Airboat Swamp Tour
Destrehan Plantation & Airboat Swamp Half Day Tour
Whitney & St. Joseph Plantations Bus Tour
Historical New Orleans City Tour

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New Orleans is a historic city, drawing in thousands upon thousands of visitors to its French Quarter and the famous Bourbon Street each year. With so many unique things to see and do, it can be hard to choose which activities to take on. Luckily, with a Go New Orleans Pass, you can experience free admission to some of the greatest attractions, activities, tours, and cruises in NOLA! 

This pass includes free admission into a variety of great attractions. This pass includes admission to the aquarium, on a bus tour, admission to the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, and more. No matter what sort of vacation you are wanting to book, you can create an exciting itinerary that includes some of New Orleans' best activities. Your pass is good for the selected amount of days. 

Included Admission:

  • New Orleans Audubon Aquarium

    : The Audubon Aquarium offers amazing insight into a variety of underwater species. See gorgeous aquariums and animals such as sea turtles, stingrays, seahorses, and more from the Amazon Rainforest to the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Maya Reef. The pass includes general admission to the aquarium as well as a viewing of Wild Ocean 3D at Entergy Big Giant Screen Theater. 
  • Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour

    : This awesome bus tour is a wonderful way to experience the city of New Orleans! Clim aboard your bus where you will see some exciting places such as Bourbon Street, the French Quarter, the French Market, and more. Your pass includes a reserved spot on the luxury bus. 
  • Haunted History Walking Tour

    : New Orleans is one of the most haunted cities in the United States. You will be able to choose admission onto either the two-hour French Quarter Ghost & Legends Tour or the Cities of the Dead Cemetery Tour. Some of the landmarks included in these tours include the St Louis Cemetery, the grave of Marie Laveau, and the French Quarter's most haunted locales. 
  • The National WWII Museum

    : Discover the history of New Orleans with a free visit to the National WWII Museum. Here, visitors can visit five different exhibits including The Arsenal of Democracy, Road to Berlin, and the US Merchant Marine Gallery. There are also special traveling exhibits that come to the museum throughout the year. 
  • Ultimate Swamp Adventures

    : Embark upon an exciting adventure across Bayou Segnette with this tour. You will head out on a swamp boat to explore Westego, a historic fishing village featuring swamps, animals, and more. Be on the lookout for alligators and more as you enjoy the scenery. The tour lasts approximately 2 hours. 
  • Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Cruise

    : Climb aboard the Creole Queen for a paddleboard cruise along the beautiful waters of New Orleans. You will be able to see some gorgeous scenery on the cruise while learning about the Battle of New Orleans, the LeMoyne brothers, the French Quarter, and Chalmette Battlefield. 
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium

    : Beauty and wonder await in the Audubon Butterfly Garden. Here, visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of unique and intriguing insects. See a Termite Gallery, culinary bugs, Butterflies in Flight, and more. From tarantulas to scorpions, you are sure to have an interesting time. 
  • Cajun Pride Swamp Tour by Boat

    : This awesome tour takes guests on a cruise along the Manchac Swamp. Louisiana is one of the most unique places on earth as well as having one of the most interesting ecosystems. Turtles, alligators, local plants, birds, and more are just a few of the animals you may see on your journey.
  • Mardi Gras World with Transportation

    : Learn the history of New Orleans' most famous holiday at the Mardi Gras World attraction. Step inside the studio of artist and balloon creator, Roy Kern, to see costumes, float photos, and more. 
  • New Orleans School of Cooking Demo

    : Louisiana is known for a variety of things, and one of the most flavorful aspects of the city is its food! This admission includes a free cooking demonstration class where you will learn Cajun and Creole secrets. You will also get to try the food made, including shrimp and artichoke dip, crawfish etouffee, shrimp creole, and more. 
  • Oak Alley Plantation Louisiana

    : This plantation is one of the most historic in the South. Located on the Mississippi River, the plantation is made up of 25 acres. See the gorgeous oak trees, historic homes, and the formal gardens during this tour. 
  • Presbyter

    e: Includes admission to the Presbytere, one of the two buildings that belong to the Louisiana State Museum. Y
  • 1850 House

    : See Louisianan history at this unique and historic home which is preserved in beautiful fashion featuring period decor and more. 
  • San Francisco Plantation House

    : Explore Louisiana history at the San Francisco Plantation House. At this plantation, guests will be able to tour the grounds to see history preserved. You will see 14 different rooms restored with 19th-century furniture, the 1840s slave cabin, schoolhouse, and the gorgeous architecture that is found on the grounds. 
  • New Orleans Audubon Zoo

    : This pass includes admission to the beloved New Orleans Audubon Zoo. Here, guests will be able to explore 58 acres of unique exhibits, each with its own animals and more. There are more than 2,000 animals housed at the zoo, including Asian elephants, anacondas, rare white alligators with blue eyes, and leopards. There are options to eat and buy souvenirs as well. 
  • The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old US Mint

    : This museum is preserved in all of its gorgeous Greek Revival glory. The Old US Mint was a huge part of New Orleans History and now it houses the exhibits detailing Mississippi River history, jazz music, and Newcomb Pottery. 
  • The Cabildo

    : Head to the gorgeous landmark, Jackson Square, to see the Cabildo. This building was built between 1795 - 1799 and was used as the headquarters to the Supreme Court of Louisiana. Now it is a part of the Louisiana State Museum and stands as a strong tribute to colonial Spanish architecture. It is also home to artifacts from New Orleans' past including Napolean's death mask and Jordan Noble's drum. 
  • New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

    : For those who are interested in medicine, the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is a great place to visit to learn something new. The museum is held at Louis Dufilho Jr's home. He was the first licensed pharmacist in the entire country and ran an apothecary out of this building. Other exhibits include the medicinal herb garden, hand-blown apothecary bottles, and voodoo medicines. 
  • Edgar Degas House

    : For art lovers, a visit to Edgar Degas House in New Orleans is a great way to learn about history and art in one beautiful place. Degas was an impressionist painter who was known for A Cotton Office in New Orleans and who was a famous French painter. He lived in this house and created 18 paintings during his time here. The guided tour lasts approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes. 
  • Southern Food and Beverage Museum

    : Discover the delicious flavors of Southern culture and the French Quarter on the Southern Food and Beverage Museum tour. Learn about different cuisine, see food and drink of the South, and visit the Museum of the American Cocktail and La Galerie d'Absinthe Exhibit. 
  • 2 Hour Bike Rental

    : See New Orleans the way you want to on a two-hour bike rental. For two hours, you are allowed to experience the city the way that you want to, or even have a historical tour guided by a fun escort. There are more than 100 miles of bike lanes, trails, and more to discover! 
  • Longue Vue House and Gardens

    : This beautiful home is comprised of gorgeous architecture and sprawling gardens that make for a picturesque tour in New Orleans. The Longue Vue House and Gardens were founded by Edith and Edgar Stern and features a Discovery Garden, tours, original furnishing, exports, and other goods from the period. 
  • St. Louis #1 Cemetery Tour

    : New Orleans has a deep history steeped in the paranormal. Discover some of the spookiest legends in this historic city on the St Louis #1 Cemetery Tour. This two-hour walking tour allows visitors to see the tombs and graves of the famous cemetery as well as the final resting place of the 'Voodoo Queen', Marie Laveau. This cemetery has been noted to be the most haunted cemetery in the country. 
  • Music of New Orleans

    : Listen and Learn! Tour: Jazz music is a huge part of Louisiana culture, and on the Music of New Orleans: Listen and Learn Tour, guests will be able to embark upon a walking tour to discover the history of music in the city. The walking tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes and includes looks at some of the oldest neighborhoods in NOLA. 
  • Saints & Sinners Tour

    : Uncover the most mysterious events of NOLA's past on the Saints & Sinners Tour. This guided walking adventure takes guests through the French Quarter where they will hear the legends of the area, including stories of pirates, thieves, voodoo worshipers, and more. This tour is restricted to guests who are 17 and older. 
  • Garden District Tour

    : Explore the Garden District of New Orleans to see how the richest authors and poets lived in New Orleans' past. This two-hour walking tour includes a look at some of the most unique buildings and landmarks in the Garden District, which was developed between 1832 until 1900. 
  • Tour Treme' Walking Tour

    : The Tour Treme Walking Tour is just one of five different walking adventures you can choose from with this pass. This tour takes guests to see Congo Square, Storyville, and how Louisiana culture was shaped by African Americans that lived there. Visit places such as the Tomb of the Unknown Slave on this two-hour walking tour. 

This Go New Orleans Pass provides some of the greatest fun in Louisiana. Head to this Southern city to experience everything from history to great food. Whether you wish to learn about animals at the Audubon Aquarium or visit one of the many antebellum houses or plantations that call New Orleans home, there is something for everyone! 

Frequently Asked Questions for Go New Orleans Pass:
  • What is included in the price for Go New Orleans Pass?
    Includes free admission to listed 26 attractions for one, three, or five consecutive calendar days.
  • For what ages is Go New Orleans Pass appropriate?
    Great for all ages!
  • Is parking available at Go New Orleans Pass? Is it free?
    Parking varies at each attraction.