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Skyvue Luxury City Tour
Explore New Orleans in a luxury vehicle with a view like none other

Tour New Orleans in the only luxury shuttle with a wide-open view of the city. The glass-top convertible SkyVue is now here to revolutionize chauffeured tours of our city. When weather permits, you’ll enjoy the open air. When the sun or rain require, the glass top protects you from the elements without obstructing your views of our incredible city. With a knowledgeable and qualified tour guide on board, this fully narrated tour highlights the French Quarter, Esplanade Avenue, St. Louis Cemetery #3, City Park, Audubon, and the Lower Garden District

Livery Tours Cemetery and French Quarter Tour
See the different corners of the French Quarter while you are in New Orleans

For two hours, stroll through the French Quarter and its most famous cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Guided by a professional tour guide, enjoy a historical exploration of America’s most interesting neighborhood. Founded in 1718, New Orleans has been home to many colorful inhabitants and happenings. In its beginnings as a French Colony, the city was first settled with Paris’ most notorious prison outcasts before the addition of European aristocrats, land-owning gentry. Learn the authentic history of world famous pirates, voodoo, creole culture, renowned cuisine, and European architecture

Livery Tours Garden District and Cemetery Tour
Tour the Garden District, a living testament to the Golden Age of New Orleans

Boasting the world’s largest collection of 19th century American Southern style mansions, the Garden District of New Orleans deserves special attention and a tour of its own! View unique architecture, tree-lined streets, manicured gardens, ancient cemeteries, and the homes of some of America’s most famed celebrities—both past and present—as you leisurely stroll through this neighborhood

Livery Tours Haunted Houses of the French Quarter
Explore the dark side and feel the chill of New Orleans past

New Orleans has always been recognized as America’s Most Haunted City. Accounts of paranormal activity in the French Quarter date back to the city’s inception. Early colonial governors wrote letters to the French Crown voicing concerns of civil unrest over rumors that vampires were relocating to New Orleans to escape the Inquisition in Europe. Stand in the shadows of the old slave exchange and hear stories of some of America’s most infamous mass murders and acts of cruelty

Airboat Adventures Airboat Swamp Tour – Pick Up
Skim the bayous on a smaller and more agile airboat! Get close to alligators and wildlife in the small airboat swamp tour

Airboat Adventures offers personal swamp tours through the South Louisiana bayous and swamps. Come join the outgoing captains on a high speed airboat ride! You will tour a large tract (20,000 acres) of tidewater cypress swamp. It is a dynamic ecosystem supporting many types of aquatic and moist-soil vegetation, as well as a diverse wildlife population. Just minutes from the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, Airboat Adventures offers visitors a break from bawdy Bourbon Street and an exciting alternative to commercial swamp tours

Cajun Encounters Swamp Tour – Pick Up
Owned and operated by New Orleans natives, Cajun Encounters scouts out the best experts in the field to give you an authentic, safe, hands on tour!

Take a bayou tour of the famous Honey Island Swamp. You’ll glide through gator territory on a small, flat-bottomed boat and hear all about the swamp and its natural inhabitants from local, expert captains. Some of the best experts in the field give an authentic tour of one of America’s most unique ecosystems. Many captains have lived on the water for most of their lives and have earned field degrees to give you the best experience possible. On every tour, you’ll have the chance to see alligators, wild boar, raccoons, snakes, owls, egrets, and more – all in their natural habitat

Creole Queen Historical River Cruise
The Creole Queen will take you in style down the mighty Mississippi to the sight of the Battle of New Orleans

You’ll view the French Quarter and the Port of New Orleans from the river as the Captain entertains you with a detailed narration of New Orleans landmarks, history, vessel information, and river lore. Disembark at the site of the 1815 Battle of New Orleans, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, where you can tour the Chalmette Battlefield including the Malus-Beauregard House and the Chalmette Monument before re-boarding for return cruise

Cajun Encounters Oak Alley & Laura Plantation Tour
See not one, but two historic sites: Oak Alley and Laura Plantations

Spend the day along the old Mississippi River Road, visiting Louisiana’s most famous plantations. Laura, a Creole plantation, has a rich and unique history, from the home itself to the stories of the four women that ran it, one of which it was named for. Tour this 200 year old sugarcane plantation with a walk through of the “Big House” as well as the slave quarters. Oak Alley Plantation gets its name from the spectacular quarter mile tunnel of 28 oak trees that frame the plantation as you approach. Built in 1839, Oak Alley’s magnificent appearance makes it a must see destination in Louisiana

Livery Tours Private Cocktail Tour
Mix it up with a private walking history of drinks and bars in New Orleans

Mix it up with a cocktail tour, a walking history of drinks and bars in downtown New Orleans. On this tour, you’ll learn about New Orleans’ centuries-long love of liquor. We will take you on a journey of original New Orleans cocktails and the bartenders (and pharmacists) that invented them. But it doesn’t end there. You’ll get to taste three notable cocktails at some of the city’s most famous bars and restaurants. Three guests minimum required

Livery Tours Private Walking Tour
Walk with a professional tour guide through one of New Orleans’ iconic neighborhoods

Take a tour of the French Quarter and St. Louis Cemetery #1. Learn about almost 300 years of New Orleans history as you stroll through its oldest neighborhood. Then, walk the grounds of the city’s oldest above-ground cemetery, consecrated in 1789. If you’re in the mood for something spookier, learn about some of the ghosts and the buildings they haunt in North America’s most haunted city on our Haunted History tour. To escape the French Quarter, take a walking tour of the Lower Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery. Full of antebellum mansions, the LGD is a gorgeous neighborhood to tour

Livery Tours Culture and Cuisine Tour
The best way to the city’s heart is through your stomach

Let us take you on a tasty journey. Sample authentic New Orleans dishes full of rich flavors while learning about their fascinating origins. From worker strikes to immigrant influences, the foodways of New Orleans can help us understand the complex, intertwined histories and cultures of the people that have called the city home. Navigate the alluring past and present of New Orleans cuisine with 6-8 samples of dishes for which the city is famous, while learning about the history of each dish. Try samples of red beans and rice, po-boys, gumbo, chargrilled oysters, and more!

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