This list will provide you with some of the best activities that are available in New Orleans during the month of June. We’ll make sure to mention if one of the following events is free, family-friendly or great at night, but you will also find sections devoted to these subjects below.
This post covers what there is to do in New Orleans for free (and almost free) and is updated for 2018. Whether you enjoy good music, food, unique culture, history or architecture, there is plenty to see and do that free or almost free. Be sure to also check our tours at Free Tours by Foot and our master post on things to do in NOLA.
This post is a review of the best New Orleans swamp tours available to you, including swamp and airboat tours, canoe and kayak trips as well as nighttime and free options. Many companies will pick you up from your hotel. And don’t forget to check out Free Tours by Foot’s cemetery, voodoo, ghost and other New Orleans tours.
This post covers the very best of things to do in New Orleans, including a top 10 list, things to do for free, at night, with kids as well as by month or season. Just click the links to jump to any particular section. Of course, at the top of any list is Free Tours by Foot.
This post is a guide to Lafayette Cemetery #1 in New Orleans’ Garden District, including tips on how to get here, a self-guided tour, as well a brief history. Why not join us on our daily guided tour of the Garden District, which includes a guided tour of the cemetery?
This post covers New Orleans in May, including a top 10 list of things to do, free activities, things to do at night as well as with kids and is updated for 2018. Be sure to also check out our master post of things to do in NOLA.
This post covers New Orleans in April, including a top 10 list of things to do, free activities, things to do at night as well as with kids and is updated for 2018. April means warmer weather and lots of free outdoor music.
This post will focus on kid-friendly attractions you can enjoy in New Orleans, including a top 10 and free things to do sections as well as tips on food, tours, nightlife, and museums. This post is geared toward visitors and tourists. We also note whenever an activity or attraction is free with the purchase of the New Orleans Power Pass, a tourist discount card.
This post covers things to do in the New Orleans’ Garden District including how to get here, what sights to see, restaurants, bars, and shopping. Its peaceful ambiance, greenery, and mansions provide a strong contrast with the French Quarter. Why go on your own when you could join us on our guided tour of the Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery or our GPS audio tour?