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November 2017 New Orleans Events

  • Saturday, November 11
    Veteran's Day in New Orleans, LA
    Several parades commemorate Veterans' Day around the New Orleans and the surrounding area.


  • Thursday, November 23
    Thanksgiving in New Orleans, LA
    From fine Cajun cooking to festivals and live music, Thanksgiving just isn't the same without New Orleans, Louisianna.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Sunday, November 19 - Thursday, November 30
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Whitney Plantation Tour
    Get a personal look into the lives of slaves and slave owners that once inhabited the Whitney Plantation in Antebellum Louisiana; this plantation museum is the only of its kind in Louisiana and focuses mostly on the lives of the slaves.


  • Saturday, November 18 - Thursday, November 30
    Paddle & Wheel Combo Tour
    Tour New Orleans in two different, but equally unique and fascinating ways with the Paddle & Wheel; make your way through the gorgeous and extravagant historic neighborhoods of the city with the Super City Tour and then head to the shores of the French Quarter to meet up with the Natchez Harbor Cruise for two hours of learning about the history and highlights of the port!


December 2017 New Orleans Events

  • Monday, December 25
    Christmas New Orleans Style
    Christmas New Orleans Style is a month long celebration starting December 1st with abundant celebrations every single day.


  • Sunday, December 31
    New Year's Day in New Orleans, LA
    Want to live it up this year and celebrate New Year's Day like you never have before?


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Sunday, December 3 - Sunday, December 31
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Whitney Plantation Tour
    Get a personal look into the lives of slaves and slave owners that once inhabited the Whitney Plantation in Antebellum Louisiana; this plantation museum is the only of its kind in Louisiana and focuses mostly on the lives of the slaves.


  • Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 31
    Paddle & Wheel Combo Tour
    Tour New Orleans in two different, but equally unique and fascinating ways with the Paddle & Wheel; make your way through the gorgeous and extravagant historic neighborhoods of the city with the Super City Tour and then head to the shores of the French Quarter to meet up with the Natchez Harbor Cruise for two hours of learning about the history and highlights of the port!


February 2018 New Orleans Events

  • Wednesday, February 14
    Valentine's Day in New Orleans
    The Big Easy is the premier vacation spot for lovers looking to party the night away.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Sunday, February 11 - Wednesday, February 28
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


March 2018 New Orleans Events

    On-Going March Events:
  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Angel Hair Christmas Lobby in New Orleans, LA
    The Angel Hair Lobby in New Orleans, LA is a holiday favorite of kids of all ages.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Spring Break in New Orleans, LA
    Regarded as the "City That Never Sleeps", New Orleans is the perfect spot for a wild Spring Break vacation.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


April 2018 New Orleans Events

    On-Going April Events:
  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Angel Hair Christmas Lobby in New Orleans, LA
    The Angel Hair Lobby in New Orleans, LA is a holiday favorite of kids of all ages.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Spring Break in New Orleans, LA
    Regarded as the "City That Never Sleeps", New Orleans is the perfect spot for a wild Spring Break vacation.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Sunday, April 29
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


May 2018 New Orleans Events

  • Monday, May 28
    Memorial Day in New Orleans, LA
    From food festivals to relaxing recreational activities, New Orleans is full of fun things to do during Memorial Day weekend.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


July 2018 New Orleans Events

  • Wednesday, July 4
    4th of July in New Orleans, LA
    Want to do something different this year for the 4th of July, well, then why not take a trip to New Orleans, LA.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


August 2018 New Orleans Events

    On-Going August Events:
  • Friday, August 31 - Monday, September 3
    Labor Day Weekend in New Orleans
    Those looking for a place packed with adventure and sightseeing this Labor Day will be hard pressed to find a better destination than New Orleans.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, August 31
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


September 2018 New Orleans Events

  • Monday, September 3
    Labor Day Weekend in New Orleans
    Those looking for a place packed with adventure and sightseeing this Labor Day will be hard pressed to find a better destination than New Orleans.


  • On-Going September Events:
  • Friday, August 31 - Monday, September 3
    Labor Day Weekend in New Orleans
    Those looking for a place packed with adventure and sightseeing this Labor Day will be hard pressed to find a better destination than New Orleans.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. The guests will walk through the 200 year old cemetery learning the history of how it came to be and stories of the most famous people buried here.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Garden District Walking Tour
    You can come and see the Garden District, which is the heart of New Orleans; this place will have much to offer you from the moment you step on the ground, and there are so many activities for you and your family.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Oak Alley Plantation Tour
    Admire the scenic beauty of Louisiana as your bus goes from the French Quarter in New Orleans to historic Oak Alley Plantation, originally built in 1839 and now the setting for movies like Interview with a Vampire and Primary Colors.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Swamp and Bayou Tour
    Learn about the Louisiana bayou and the animals that live there when going on this tour, listening to the guide give details about why the area is disappearing and how the animals are used for food in the area.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Swamp / Plantation Combo Tour
    See how the people of the 1800s lived by exploring a plantation house before going to the swamp to see some of the animals that are native to the area, visiting a gift shop and restaurant before ending the tour.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    French Quarter Walking Tour
    The two hour French Quarter Walking Tour is ideal for singles, couples and families alike. The tour works hard at making visitors feel like locals by walking the streets of New Orleans while taking in the culture, charm and architecture.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour
    The New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour is a great way to experience some of the night life in the city as well as learn about some of the more popular drink concoction that are offered in many of the bars.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Steamboat Natchez
    On the stern wheeler Steamboat Natchez, passengers take in the romantic air of a trip on the Mississippi River in a vessel that would be at home in the 19th century and can make riders feel romantic about that era.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Ghosts and Spirits
    This two hour guided tour is fun for the entire family. This tour takes the guests on a walk through of the most haunted places in New Orleans. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Hurricane Katrina
    The tour of the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina gives a more somber experience than is typical of tours, but it also spreads a message of hope and rebuilding.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Super City Tour
    New Orleans, Louisiana is a city that is filled with so much rich history that it is quite unbelievable. This tour allows guests to see some of the more popular sites of the city, as well as hear some of its haunted history.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Louisiana Plantation Life Tour
    There are several locations visited on the tour including the Laura Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation with each stop featuring information about slavery the how people lived during this difficult time.


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