We are happy to have produced several self-guided tours of New Orleans and our collection is growing. We designed these self-guided tours of New Orleans to be used as tours for you to take on your own time and your own pace or as companion pieces on our guided tours. Each tour has a map […]
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This post reviews and compares the various bus tours in New Orleans, including hop-on-hop-off tours, fully guided city shuttle tours, and tours that focus on Hurricane Katrina and the city’s recovery.
This post lists our picks for the 10 top New Orleans Attractions that first-time visitors should plan to see. There are many more points of interest in the Big Easy, but these activities and sights are a great place to start!
This post will help you plan a fun trip to the Audubon Aquarium, including how to get here, best times to visit, aquatic life on display, and describe the exhibitions. Tickets Discounts Plan Your Visit Exhibits/Theater Audubon Zoo Other Things to Do in NOLA TICKETS This section lists tickets and prices. Don’t pay […]
This post is an introduction to 13 New Orleans foods that you must try, including an explanation of the differences between Creole and Cajun cooking as well as the city’s famous cocktails. Or, join us for our pay-what-you-like food tour of the French Quarter.
This post covers free things to do in New Orleans and includes, nighttime, family-friendly, as well as cheap options and is updated for 2020. Top 10 Attractions and Museums At Night Family-Friendly Almost Free Free Seasonal Things to Do
This post covers Hurricane Katrina tours, both guided and self-guided. Many people who visit New Orleans are interested in visiting areas that were affected by Hurricane Katrina, which stormed through in 2005 and to see the revitalization that has taken place since.
This post covers things to do in New Orleans with kids. We include a top 10 list, free activities, suggestions for places to eat, things to do at night, and tours that are good for the whole family.
This post covers things to do in Treme, one of New Orleans unique neighborhoods, including tips on what to see, where to eat, as well as where to dance.
This post is about visiting the unique Voodoo Museum, which houses a collection of voodoo-related artifacts. You can explore it on your own or take a guided tour, all which we explain below. Visiting the museum is just one of 25 great things to do in the French Quarter.