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Gray Line New Orleans has been showcasing the city since 1924. Locally owned and operated, the Gray Line schedule includes the award winning Original Cocktail Tour. Another top offering is the Ghost Tour, which has been so intensely researched that...more
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Hours Today: 08:00 - 18:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Toulouse St, Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office, New Orleans, LA 70130
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There is no question, Oak Alley "Big House" and the Oak Tree lined walkway are beautiful. The actual tour through the house was rushed. There was not enough time to read the placards in each room, which wouldn't have been an issue if the tour...More
If you want the real history of how New Orleans came to be and plantation culture, this is the tour to do. Our grey line guide Mary E. gave us a very engaging tour of major New Orleans landmarks, lake Pontchartrain, and the Mississippi River....More
Visited Oak Alley with my two lovely daughters! The oak trees are incredible. The grounds are beautiful. Construction going on right now to plant a rose garden that goes with the history. Tour guide was pleasant and there are a LOT OF TOURISTS that visit...More
Booked this informative tour and were not disappointed. Our group asked Jim, our guide many questions and he always had an answer. Loved his photo game of Cemetery residents "Hot or not?" Our driver, Darren, was a master of the wheels. Areas around the cemetery...More
All the guides were absolutely wonderful! I’m terrible and cannot remember the names of 2 of them tho. Our guide on the bus was so funny and always had more info to tell the group after each tour (I believe his name may have been...More
Recheal Meese was a great tour guide and answered all questions we had. We were lucky and had a small group and cooler weather and had a great time. They even had cold water bottles for everyone. Definitely recommend.
Our tour, led by Sandi was fun, enjoyable and we learned a lot about the beautiful neighborhood. However, the title and description of the tour is fairly misleading. The walking tour includes 1 mansion to walk through and no Lafayette cemetery. It's closed for repairs,...More
Compared to the more evocative monikers of some other parts of New Orleans, the downtown’s humdrum title might suggest that this area is all about business and little else. But don’t let the bland name keep you away from the Central Business District. The CBD offers a wide range of fun things to do that would be touted as exceptional in less jubilant corners of the world. Bordered by the French Quarter, the Arts
District and Tremé, with the river at its eastern extreme, this hub for sports, gaming, shopping, theatre, family-friendly activities, and amazing regional cuisine makes a smart base wherever your interests lie.
I agree with Ally1963 & Robert S. I believe the tours you are asking about are different. I did the plantation tour followed by the Cajun Pride Swamp tour. Transportation was on the Greyline bus, except, of course, the... More
I agree with Ally1963 & Robert S. I believe the tours you are asking about are different. I did the plantation tour followed by the Cajun Pride Swamp tour. Transportation was on the Greyline bus, except, of course, the swamp tour itself. I highly recommend this package and agree with Robert S that the plantation tour was a bit rushed, yet very interesting.
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As this question surfaces each year, i want to respond on behalf of the company so people can see the information. A number of years ago (about 20), the conditions on the River - Fog, Smoke and many small vessels, made the... More
As this question surfaces each year, i want to respond on behalf of the company so people can see the information. A number of years ago (about 20), the conditions on the River - Fog, Smoke and many small vessels, made the safety of trips to the Bonfires an unwise choice. It was a long trip as riverboats only travel at approximately 7 miles an hour. For all these reasons the riverboat excursions on New Years Eve were discontinued.