Christmas Day jingling through the Crescent
- Travel through the historic neighborhoods of Treme and Faubourg Marigny
- Marvel at stories of voodoo and piracy on Bayou St. John
- Enjoy a walk through the lobby of the Roosevelt Hotel
Give yourself a holiday treat with a fully narrated motor coach tour of New Orleans! You’ll pass the famous French Quarter and learn the history of Jackson Square, home to the Cabildo and Presbytere Museums.
Travel through historic neighborhoods such as Treme and Faubourg Marigny and down beautiful Esplanade Avenue.
Marvel at stories of voodoo and piracy on Bayou St. John, the waterway used by Jean Lafitte and his band of pirates, as we make our way to City Park, one of the ten largest urban parks in America, which features the largest stand of mature live oaks in the world.
Follow the path of historic streetcars along Carrollton and St. Charles Avenues past Tulane and Loyola Universities across from Audubon Park, stately mansions of former kings and queens of Mardi Gras, and the exclusive Garden District.
You’ll also enjoy a walk through the lobby of the beautifully restored Roosevelt Hotel, exquisitely decorated for the holidays!
- Guided Tour
- Transportation by bus
- Gratuities (optional)
600 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Meet your tour at the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office at Toulouse St. and the Mississippi River.
- 25 December 2018 at 10.00am
- Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tours departure
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