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Centered around the lives of the family and slaves that once lived there, Laura Plantation: Louisiana's Creole Heritage Site was named the best history tour in the United States! Hidden from the road behind branches of large oak trees stands the beautiful main house. Around the property, you will find several outbuildings, slave cabins, gardens, and a museum. See what the hype is about and snag your tickets today! Details
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The legendary Court of Two Sisters in the French Quarter has served as a staple in New Orleans since at least 1726, with the restaurant as we know it operating for 50+ years. During their daily live Jazz Brunch, guests can look forward to mouthwatering local cuisine such as turtle soup, jambalaya, king cake, and catfish roulade. While eating, guests can hear live jazz playing in the courtyard. Details
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A native Cajun guide will share the wisdom of the wilderness while you cruise the Louisiana Swamplands. Alligators, snakes, and other wildlife are just outside the boat! These coast guard certified vessels are the ideal way to explore the marshlands in comfort. During the hour and a half tour, you will experience priceless moments and stunning beauty. Jean Lafitte Swamp Tours is an adventure you can’t miss! Details
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This unbelievable pass includes admission to over 20 attractions and tours in New Orleans and features exclusive perks such as “skip the line” entrance at select top attractions! Start your multi-attraction extravaganza with a FREE bus tour and plan your itinerary with a provided detailed insiders map. There is no better way to explore New Orleans; not only will you save money, but you will also save time! Details
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Guests can tour New Orleans at their leisure with City Sightseeing New Orleans. Buses run every thirty minutes, seven days a week. Riders experience the city’s rich history in a two-hour loop on an open-top double-decker bus with a knowledgeable Tour Host. Riders can also conveniently stop and explore New Orleans’ popular sites before resuming the tour. Guided walking tours are available as well. Details
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This historic cruise focuses on 300 years of New Orleans’ history and is narrated by a true local. Hear all the river lore while scarfing down Cajun and Creole flavors from the on-ship buffet. View the French Quarter, the Port of New Orleans and have a shore excursion at the Jean National Historical Park. The whole family will enjoy cruising the river and learning about the rich culture of New Orleans’. Details
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Discover why Voodoo has become a part of modern folklore and view important landmarks of the French Quarter. Visit St. Louis Cemetery #1 where you will learn about famous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. This 1.5-hour walking tour is conducted by knowledgeable and licensed tour guides who are passionate about the mysterious side of New Orleans' history. It’s truly an unforgettable experience! Details
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The 4 in 1 Witches, Ghosts, Vampires & Walking Tour explores the dark side of New Orleans. Learn the truth about characters of American Horror Story, visit structures where documented hauntings and paranormal activity have occurred, and discuss chilling stories of witches and vampires! This tour is known as one of the scariest experiences in The Crescent City! The truth can be stranger than fiction. Details
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Add a little nature to your New Orleans trip on this relaxing pontoon ride through the bayous of Louisiana! A knowledgeable guide will take you to the best viewing locations to see alligators and other indigenous wildlife, and will keep you entertained with lots of fun facts and information about the region. Witness the beauty of the Louisiana swamps with Adventures of Jean Lafitte! Details
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Airboats are flat-bottomed, which allows easy access to shallow waters and protects the wildlife that lives below the surface; they are the perfect vessel for exploring the marshlands of Louisiana! Enjoy thrilling encounters with alligators, turtles, and many other species, and along the way, take in the priceless views! Airboat Adventures provides a unique and fun learning experience that is great for all ages! Details
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To maximize your time in New Orleans, book a seat on the French Quarter Carriage Tour. You’ll see all of the French Quarter’s top sights including the St. Louis Cemetery, the Napoleon House, Jackson Square, The Saint Louis Cathedral, Bourbon Street, and more. From the comfort of your carriage, you’ll discover more than 300 years of New Orleans’ history over the course of an hour! Details
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Everyone knows how haunted the French Quarter is. But have you experienced the haunts in person? On the History & Haunts Carriage Tour, you’ll discover 300 years worth of frights, history, and spooky ghost stories. As you travel through the French Quarter via carriage, you’ll listen to your local tour guide tell you all about the notable people… oops, ghosts… who roam the area. Perhaps you’ll get the chance to meet one! Details
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Take a step back in time and visit The Crown Jewel of Louisiana’s River Road! Restorations and enhancements highlight the wealthy lifestyle of the sugar barons who once lived there in the 19th century. You will see guides dressed in period-specific clothing as you tour the mansion and explore 38 acres of lavish gardens. Houmas House will steal your heart and is a must-see piece of history! Details
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St. Joseph Plantation

New Orleans
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St. Joseph Plantation is one of the few fully intact sugar cane plantations in the River Parishes. In addition to the Manor Home, this plantation features numerous outbuildings for travelers to explore. These include original slave cabins, a detached kitchen, blacksmith’s shop, carpenter’s shed, and schoolhouse. Several buildings have been moved to their present location from another part of the property, but most remain exactly where they were built. Our property is composed of 2,500 acres and stretches back from the Mississippi River as far as the eye can see. Take a walk through time as you enjoy a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the many interesting people who have called this plantation “Home.”

A number of films have been shot at St. Joseph and Felicity, the sister plantation on the property they include: All The King’s Men, Skeleton Key, Mudbound, 12 Years A Slave, Underground (TV Series), Quarry (TV Series), Queen Sugar (TV Series), and the Roots remake.

October Mourning Tour:
On the weekends in October, we will have live characters portraying some of the people that lived at St. Joseph and their mourning customs. You will be both educated and entertained by these live re-enactments. Details
$20.00