Optional Activities

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AN AFTERNOON OF NOLA FOOD AND HISTORY

Go for the gastronomic gusto on a food‐filled walking tour of New Orleans! Journey with a savvy local guide to popular Creole eateries, markets and artisanal shops to sample diverse foods that define Louisiana’s culinary landscape. Stopping at up to seven locations, you’ll savor such classic bites as seafood gumbo, Creole brisket, poboys and pralines. Along the way, meet local chefs and learn about New Orleans’ rich culinary history. $75 per person.

 

SATURDAY LUNCH CRUISE

Journey back in time to when cotton was king and New Orleans was a budding port town that dazzled visitors with its colorful Creole culture. Board a historic steamboat for a buffet lunhc and a float down the mighty Mississippi. Stroll the deck, admire the iconic paddlewheel, enjoy live music and snap picturesque shots of the beautiful urban shoreline. $50 per person.

 

SWAMP TOUR

Explore one of Louisiana’s last protected wetlands on a 2-hour boat tour to a wildlife preserve teeming with critters such as 'gators, wild boar, snakes and birds. Ride through the swamp dripping with lush foliage and visit a boat-accessible Cajun village with an informative local guide who sheds light on the area’s inhabitants. $50 per person.

 

FRENCH QUARTER CARRIAGE TOUR

Clip-clop through New Orleans' historic French Quarter district on an authentic mule-drawn carriage adventure. Relax while riding through the historic neighborhoods of New Orleans in an intimate, one-of-a-kind experience. Each carriage driver is a local, professional, and licensed tour guide offering a unique, personal presentation of each historically accurate tour. $50 per person.

 

NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MUSEUM TOUR

Get swept up in the history of the war that changed the world in this epic-scale yet intimate museum, located right in the heart of New Orleans. Discover fascinating, in-depth exhibits that offer engaging accounts of the war from the perspective of those who lived through it. $50 per person.