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  • New Orleans: 1-Hour Carriage Ride Through the French Quarter

    1. New Orleans: 1-Hour Carriage Ride Through the French Quarter

    Discover the historic neighborhoods of New Orleans in a traditional mule-drawn carriage, taking in the vibrant history, culture, and architecture of the French Quarter. Relax and travel in style through some of the most exciting neighborhoods in America.

    Learn the basics of New Orleans's history as you travel in style around its vibrant streets. Discover fascinating anecdotes about the people and places that have contributed to making New Orleans truly unique and unforgettable from your licensed local guide.

    See French Quarter sights like the Saint Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, Napoleon House, the French Market, and Bourbon Street. Choose between a walking tour of St Louis Cemetery #1, or a ride through the Faubourg Marigny with its unique architecture and live music venues.

    Enjoy peace of mind knowing that group carriage tours travel at a leisurely pace...

    We went past interesting sites, gathered a little more of New Orleans history and got away from the crowds for a while.

  • New Orleans: French Quarter, Voodoo & Cemetery History Tour

    2. New Orleans: French Quarter, Voodoo & Cemetery History Tour

    Immerse yourself in New Orleans’ mysterious history on a guided city walking tour. Wander through the historical neighborhood of Tremé / Lafitte — the home of jazz — as you hear about local culture, burial rites, and voodoo practices.

    Meet your guide and start your tour with a stroll through the lively French Quarter. Learn about the neighborhood’s history and local African American culture as you make your way to Louis Armstrong Park. 

    Follows the paths through the park to the area formerly known as Congo Square. Discover the history of this place, where enslaved people would meet to socialize and dance on their days off.

    Continue onto the famous St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 — the oldest of the city’s cemeteries. Learn why the dead are buried above ground, and how the vaults are built.

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    Taylor was awesome......knowledgeable, friendly & entertaining. Highly recommend!

  • New Orleans: History and Haunts Carriage Ride Night Tour

    3. New Orleans: History and Haunts Carriage Ride Night Tour

    A carriage tour at night is a wonderfully spooky way to see the town, learn a bit of history, and experience a one-of-a-kind adventure. Visit famous haunted locations and be introduced to the ghostly lore and legends that New Orleans' French Quarter is known for. Thanks to 300 years of tragedy, New Orleans is filled with true stories of ghosts, voodoo, and vampires.  With so much paranormal activity happening in the city, the best way to tour these haunted locations is by carriage ride at night. Historical stories of love and tragedy come to life as the professional tour guides explain the legends and lore, in addition to historical narration detailing all major landmarks throughout the French Quarter. On the haunted tour, expect Voodoo galore, and learn about how Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen, applied her magical powers to shift the course of love, luck, and law in New Orleans. Learn...

    We love our carriage ride! Our driver Emily was super sweet and knowledgeable. We got to see parts of the French quarter we’ve never seen before. I’d highly recommend this to anyone.

  • New Orleans: Adults Only Haunted Ghost Tour

    4. New Orleans: Adults Only Haunted Ghost Tour

    Sink your soul into the seductive spirits of murder, suicide, and the paranormal on this unique walking tour in New Orleans. Uncover the dark history of the city through the nightmarish tales of your guide. Begin near Congo Square, the birthplace of jazz and New Orleans voodoo, and hear about the square's darker side. Partake of elixirs, leave offerings of baubles and beads, and pray its enough to keep the demons of New Orleans from leaving you in a spiraling quagmire of insanity. Raven’s Omen will burn through the hottest hell as it sends the chill of death to your soul. Unearth the Devil’s Empire and feel its lifeless grip as the pulse of New Orleans sends you further into the shadows. Is it voodoo posession, madness, or PTSD? Hear the story of Zack and Addie to find out.

    First time doing something like this and it was a blast!! We had a great guide and it was lots of fun with spooky stories.

  • New Orleans: Voodoo & Cemetery Walking Tour

    5. New Orleans: Voodoo & Cemetery Walking Tour

    Take a guided walking tour to explore the historic French Quarter and St. Louis Cemetery No. 2. Learn about African American history, the local NOLA culture, and hear stories of voodoo practitioners first-hand from your licensed guide. 

    Meet your guide at Louis Armstrong Park and set off on your voodoo experience. Walk through the Tremé / Lafitte neighborhood — the home of jazz — as your guide explains all about New Orleans’ voodoo culture.

    Learn about Marie Laveau, her final resting place in St. Louis Cemetry No. 1 — the oldest in the city — and her cultural importance to New Orleans as a dedicated voodoo leader, mid-wife, and herbalist. 

    Make your way to St. Louis Cemetery No. 2 to see where many famous 19th- and 20th-century locals are buried, such as Claude Treme and Earl King. 

    DJ was very knowledgeable and shared so much of that knowledge with the whole group and was very good about taking time to talk to all in the group personally.

  • New Orleans: 3-Hour City Bike Tour

    6. New Orleans: 3-Hour City Bike Tour

    Explore New Orleans in a fun and eco-friendly way on a small-group bike tour that winds through the Big Easy’s oldest and most distinctive neighborhoods. Cycle along a flat and leisurely route from the famous French Quarter to less-visited neighborhoods like Esplanade Ridge, City Park, and Bayou St. John, learning about the city’s rich history and modern culture along the way. After getting fitted on a bike in the French Quarter, ride through this storied neighborhood. Then go beyond the touristy boundaries to explore more of the city, following leafy Esplanade Avenue to the green expanse of City Park, visiting St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, and other interesting locations along the way. After visiting St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, cruise past swampy vistas in City Park. You'll traverse through Bayou St. John, a historic waterway that was used by Native Americans and French settlers alike, and ...

    Jeremy was a fantastic guide! He was incredibly knowledgeable about New Orleans history and local hot spots. We also loved how he added a personal touch of the history of jazz because he himself is a musician. Would definitely recommend this tour if you're visiting New Orleans. It was a great way to get to know the city!

  • New Orleans: Evening Jazz Discovery Tour With a Local Guide

    7. New Orleans: Evening Jazz Discovery Tour With a Local Guide

    This music tour of New Orleans begins just outside the French Quarter at the historic and beautiful Louis Armstrong Park in the Tremé neighborhood. Within the park, your guide and group will talk about the historical origins of jazz and discuss one of the jazz greats, Armstrong himself.  From here, you'll make your way to the popular Marigny neighborhood, named after the nobleman and good-time guy of the same name. Updated for modern thirsts, Marigny is a hip nightlife area that appeals to New Orleanians and visitors alike. Your guide will lead the way, either on foot or by streetcar, making sure to point out a few popular local music and nightlife haunts along the way.  Soon you will arrive at the famous Frenchmen Street, the largest concentration of live music venues in the city. Your guide will take you inside some of his/her favorites. Being with a local, you’ll have access to the b...

    Amy was absolutely the. Best so much. Fun and her knowledge was amazing Don’t go on a bus tour go with a walking guide Amy especially you will see things that you would nit ordinarily see

  • New Orleans: Electric Bike Creole Tour

    8. New Orleans: Electric Bike Creole Tour

    Explore New Orleans on custom-built, ultra-comfortable electric bikes. Peddle as much or as little as you like as you get an intimate up-close look at New Orleans, visiting areas off the beaten track as well as the most famous landmarks. Ride through the French Quarter and learn about the rich history and incredible people that influenced the culture of the city. Cruise through historic Marigny, Treme, Bywater, and Bayou St. John neighborhoods, which are loaded with New Orleans art and charm and are home to artists, musicians, and history makers. Visit a fascinating above-ground cemetery and explore the City Park, the home of the largest mature live oak trees in the world. Make a brief stop at Cafe Du Monde in the park to enjoy some world-famous beignets. Ride down historic Esplanade Avenue, a picturesque boulevard lined with beautiful oak trees and magnificent homes of the Creole elit...

  • New Orleans: 2-Hour French Quarter History and Voodoo Tour

    9. New Orleans: 2-Hour French Quarter History and Voodoo Tour

    Follow your licensed guide, a master storyteller, through New Orleans' French Quarter. Learn about the neighborhood's interesting past and travel through its adventurous history as you discover what makes the French Quarter one of the most unique and friendliest places in the United States. Meet your guide and begin touring at Congo Square where you'll learn about the history of voodoo, the slave trade, and the indigenous peoples of New Orleans. Hear the story of the infamous Voodoo priestess, Marie Laveau, and visit the site of her former home. Afterward, stop at the historic Supreme Court building for tales about Louisiana politicians and court cases such as Huey P. Long, Edwin Edwards, and Plessy vs. Fergusson. During your tour learn about the city's music, food, architecture, culture, literary history, and Bourbon Street. Your tour ends at Jackson Square where you can admire even ...

  • New Orleans: Rhythms & Roots Music Walking Tour

    10. New Orleans: Rhythms & Roots Music Walking Tour

    Stroll from Back-O’-Town into the French Quarter. Talk about and listen to the essential music and influences of New Orleans going back over two and a half centuries. On the tour, you’ll experience more than 10 tour stops, learn about over 20 musicians, and hear something like 12-15 audio clips if not more. Start your tour with a visit to Congo Square, famous for its African dances and drumming traditions. Continue your journey through America's musical heritage with stops at many legendary locations. See Perseverance Hall, J&M Records, the Funky Butt, and Preservation Hall, the present-day locus of traditional jazz in the world. Learn who was the first musician to ever play jazz, and hear the story behind the first jazz and rock 'n' roll records. Hear fascinating stories about the musicians and recordings which forever changed American popular music.

    Dave was an engaging, personable, knowledgeable guide. His life and experiences made him an expert on NOLA music history. It was a treat to learn from someone who knows so much. He kept a good pace, involved everyone, and was considerate in finding shade from the July sun. We would take this tour again.

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What people are saying about Louis Armstrong Park

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 94 reviews

First time doing something like this and it was a blast!! We had a great guide and it was lots of fun with spooky stories.

We went past interesting sites, gathered a little more of New Orleans history and got away from the crowds for a while.

Great tour best we took while in New Oreleans. Guide was knowlegable and courtious

Taylor was awesome......knowledgeable, friendly & entertaining. Highly recommend!

Great experience. Good way to learn the history of New Orleans.