Free* bus tour with Adventures in New Orleans

Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour

  • New Orleans Bus Tour
  • New Orleans Bus Tour
  • New Orleans Bus Tour
  • New Orleans Bus Tour

New Orleans Pass Benefits:

Free bus tour with Adventures in New Orleans 
Normal Ticket Price: Adult: $46.00; Child: $25.00

See the city’s famous landmarks and experience firsthand the blending of cultures, architectural styles and people that make New Orleans what it is aboard an Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour.

Aboard this comfortable and climate-controlled vehicle, you’ll be taken to every corner of the city – from lively Bourbon Street to serene Lake Pontchartrain. With expert narration by your tour guide, it may even feel like you are time traveling.

The staff on the Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour pride themselves on providing a historically accurate depiction of New Orleans’ culture and story. Learn about the significance of the French Quarter and its pristine architecture. Walk through the Saint Louis Cemetery and stumble upon famous New Orleans figures. This tour will take you through the city, but furthermore it will take you through the city’s history.

If you’re a history buff or you’re just looking for a culturally-enriching experience while in NOLA, the Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour is something you need to add to your vacation to-do list.

What your Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour ticket includes:

Your Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour ticket includes a reserved spot aboard the 25 passenger luxury shuttle.

Drive past and stop at famous sights like Bourbon Street, the French Quarter, Saint Charles Avenue, the French Market, the Botanical Gardens and more. The guide on board will you provide you with a historical background and little-known facts about these famous spots.

Exhibition highlights:

  • French Quarter: the French Quarter is an obvious must-see when visiting New Orleans, but aboard the Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour you’ll learn more about than you even thought possible
  • Bourbon Street: another New Orleans classic. Bourbon Street is a lively hub of dancing, music and food
  • Lake Pontchartrain: this is the site where water entered the city during Hurricane Katrina. Your guide will explain the intricate New Orleans levee system that helped to protect and rebuild the city after devastation.
  • Saint Charles Ave: really journey back in time on this street lined with old colonial mansions and ancient oak trees
  • Tulane & Loyola Universities: see the sprawling campuses of two of Louisiana’s greatest educational institutions

Tips for visiting:

  • Tours must be booked in advance to secure your spot. Call (800) 464-0142 to reserve your spot. Passenger name and pass card number is needed at time of booking.
  • Make sure you bring a camera so you can capture all of the amazing monuments you’ll see

Fun facts:

  • Jackson Square was originally called Plaza de Armas, before Baroness Pontalba renamed it in honor of general Andrew Jackson,
  • New Orleans is home to the longest continuous bridge in the world, Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
  • Louis Cathedral is the oldest working cathedral in the United States
  • For part of the tour, you’ll be following a popular Mardi Gras parade float route

see the: full list of attractions included

Tour times
Monday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am and 2:00 pm

Closed: The New Orleans Bus Tour will only operate the 10:00 am tour on Christmas Day and will be closed Christmas Day.

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Address:

414 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Telephone:

(800) 464-0142