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Jazz Tour

A two hour tour beginning at Jackson Square with the telling of the history of New Orleans from the Native American period through present day. From there we are entertained by one of New Orleans' premier jazz ensembles, Jamil Sharif, at Maison Bourbon Jazz Club on Bourbon Street. The history of jazz is later shared by your guide with the tour concluding at Cafe Du Monde munching on beignets and sipping cafe au lait. Offered Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Cemetery Scavenger Hunt Tour

The cemetery scavenger hunt tour is given in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans oldest cemetery dating back to 1789. Hunters are given thrilling clues in the hopes of finding interesting tidbits of New Orleans culture and burial practices. First person to uncover all of the clues receives a New Orleans gift package including a gift certificate for a future tour. Offered Fridays at 1pm.

French Quarter Scavenger Hunt Tour

The French Quarter scavenger hunt tour begins at St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest Catholic cathedral in the United States. Hunters are given clues of historical points of interest throughout the French Quarter and are asked to capture each in film. The hunter who returns with the most snapshots are rewarded with a French Quarter fun pack. Offered Sundays at 2pm.



New Orleans Tour By Judy

Take the ultimate Tale of Two Cities tour by streetcar. We will board the longest continuously operated streetcar line in the world and venture down St. Charles Avenue to view the area where the Americans first settled in 1803. While there, view the Garden District's architectural gems and even see a celebrity or two...Sandra Bullock anyone? After a coffee break New Orleans style, we will continue on down St. Charles to the city of Carrollton, the resort town of the Americans, passing along the way Tulane and Loyola Universities and Audubon Park. On our return trip, we head to the world famous French Quarter where the Creoles called home since the early 1700s. View the lacey ironwork of the Spanish inspired buildings and perhaps catch a sighting of Brad and Angelina!