City Park tour at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

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You will love the City Park being located in the New Orleans City Park covering more than 1,300 acres and contains numerous attractions along with the

It will interest you to know that the City Park is as magical and unique as the city of New Orleans along with its 1,300-acre outdoor oasis enchanting New Orleanians since 1854, making it one of the nation’s oldest urban parks. You cannot miss here a lot of activities like dances, concerts, etc.

You can aslo enjoy here the roses in the Botanical Garden and explore art in the open-air Besthoff Sculpture Garden. Just stroll through the sprawling green space or get active on the park’s biking, jogging, and walking paths.

You cannot afford to miss the family-friendly activities, including the one-of-a-kind antique wooden carousel in the Carousel Gardens Amusement Park – a hand-carved marvel of “flying horses” that has been a family favorite for nearly 100 years.

You will find the crown jewel of City Park as the the world’s largest stand of mature live oaks, which includes a grand oak that dates back nearly 800 years with its fame as the unique trees are known for their distinctive sculptural shape – some of the oldest trees have limbs that are twice as long as the oak is tall.


Louisiana State Museum at the Cabildo tour exploration at competitive rates nalong with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

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The Louisiana State Museum at the Cabildo will mesmerise you with its fame as the historic building and for the collection it contains. You will also find here the Louisiana State Museum and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with the

You cannot afford to miss here the Cabildo displays the Louisiana State Museum’s collections of material on the history of the town and the region. In particular the museum focuses on the people Louisiana and the many ethnic groups which make up the population today.

Garden District tour at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

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You will find it interesting to note that the Garden District, a prosperous residential area, lies southwest of the Pontchartrain Expressway. On First Street, Camp Street, and Prytania Street there are many large elegant, 19th century houses with extensive gardens. You will find this place can be used on a walking tour.

You will find here some companies offer guided tours, along with learning its history and see the sights. You cannot afford to miss its nice mansions, and lots of trees, flowers, and gardens along with the

In the southwest of the Garden District is Audubon Park, so named in 1886. It was established on the grounds of what had been the site of the World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884. Within the park are fine stands of oaks, the Audubon Zoo, hothouses, the Audubon Golf Club, a number of small lakes, and much open green space. Also within the park are a short jogging trail, tennis courts, soccer fields, picnic areas, and children’s play areas. The Audubon Clubhouse Café offers a nice environment where visitors can come to relax after a walk through the park.,_New_Orleans

Preservation Hall exploration at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

You might be interested to explore the Preservation Hall with its unassuming old building that has long been an institution in New Orleans known for jazz music. You will explore here traditional jazz by local artists in an historic setting. The building is small, creating an intimate setting, and seating is limited along with the

National WWII Museum tour exploration at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

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National WWII Museum will mesmerise you with its story of WWII soldiers is told through artifacts, film, photographs, diaries and oral histories. You will also find it having a variety of segments along with the

The Louisiana Memorial Pavilion will focus on the soldiers’ experiences throughout the war, with exhibits on D-Day at Normandy, and Home Front and the Pacific. A film entitled Beyond All Boundaries, produced by Tom Hanks, is shown in the 4 D Theater. You cannot afford to miss the traveling exhibitions to complement the permanent collection.

Also part of the complex is the Stage Door Canteen, featuring entertainment of the 1940s, with matinees and dinner shows.

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve tour exploration at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

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Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve will enthuse you with its examples of the cultural resources of Louisiana’s Mississippi Delta region along with its six physically separate sites in southeastern Louisiana along with the

You will find the Barataria Preserve is one of six sites making up the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. The environment along with the environment consists of natural levee forests, bayous, swamps, and marshes.


Steamboat Natchez trip exploration at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

Steamboat Natchez will make you enjoy the cruises on the Mississippi River and needless to say that this is the unique way to see and learn about the city. It is interesting to note that the harbor cruises take two hours and provide narration on the sites, with an optional lunch of creole cuisine. The dinner cruise features a live jazz band, buffet-style dinner, and of course, wonderful views of New Orleans.

You might be interested to know that special events cruises are also available seasonally, with special cruises offered for such occasions as Easter, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and around Christmas and other holidays.

New Orleans Museum of Art tour at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

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New Orleans Museum of Art will mesmerise you with its nice collection of French and American art. You can also explore here the outdoor Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden with walking paths, lagoons, and old trees.

You might be knowing that the New Orleans Museum of Art, the city’s oldest fine arts institution, has a nice permanent collection of almost 40,000 art objects. It is interesting to note that the collection, noted for its extraordinary strengths in French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works, continues to grow.

The five-acre Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA is one of the most important sculpture installations in the United States, with over 60 sculptures situated on a beautifully landscaped site amongst meandering footpaths, reflecting lagoons, Spanish moss-laden 200-year-old live oaks, mature pines, magnolias, camellias, and pedestrian bridges along with the

2016 New Orleans Festivals tour at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in US

You might be interested to know that festival season is Year-Round in New Orleans

New Orleans is the Festival Capital of the World with dozens of festivals that celebrate our unique food, music and multicultural heritage all year-long.

Art Festivals
Culinary Festivals
LGBT Festivals
Literary/Film Festivals
Multicultural Festivals
Music Festivals
Theater Festivals
You’ll find great music at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, French Quarter Fest, ESSENCE Festival and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience or exotic food specialties at the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience, Po-Boy Festival, and exciting celebrations of our city’s diverse culture at Carnaval Latino, St. Patrick’s Day, Southern Decadence and many more!
We have writing and visual arts festivals commemorating our historic literary and film traditions like the annual Tennessee Williams Festival, Faux/Real Festival and the New Orleans Film Fest. And, of course, there’s the biggest festival of them all – Mardi Gras, which is celebrated here like there’s no tomorrow!

See the list below for the 2016 Festival Lineup in New Orleans:

January 2016
31 – King Cake Festival

February 2016
12-14 – Vietnamese New Year’s (Tet) Celebration
20 – Soul Fest

March 2016
5-6, 12-13 – Spring Fiesta
11-12 – Buku Music and Art Project
20 – Mardi Gras Indians Super Sunday
11-17 – St. Patrick’s Day Parades
19 – St. Joseph’s Day
19-20 – Congo Square New Worlds Rhythm Festival
27 – Easter Parades
30-Apr 3 – Tennessee Williams Literary Festival

April 2016
1-2 – Hogs for the Cause
1-3 – Tennessee Williams Literary Festival
2 – Freret Street Fest
2 – FoodFest
7-10 – French Quarter Festival
22-24 & 28-May 1 – New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 2016
20-22 – Bayou Boogaloo
26-29 – New Orleans Wine and Food Experience
27-29 – Greek Fest

June 2016
4-5 – New Orleans Oyster Festival
18-19 – Louisiana Cajun Zydeco Festival
TBD – French Market Creole Tomato Festival
17-19 – New Orleans Pride
30-July 3 – ESSENCE Festival

July 2016
4 – Independence Day French Quarter Fireworks
1-3 – ESSENCE Festival
7-10 – San Fermin en Nueva Orleans
TBA – Bastille Day Fete
20-24 – Tales of the Cocktail
28-31 – Festigals
TBA – French Film Festival

August 2016
1-31 – COOLinary New Orleans
6 – Whitney White Linen Night
4-7 – Satchmo SummerFest
13 – Red Dress Run
13 – Dirty Linen Night
TBA – New Orleans Sushi Festival
TBA – NOLA Downtown Music and Arts Festival
31- September 5 – Southern Decadence

September 2016
1-5 – Southern Decadence
2-4 – Louisiana Seafood Festival
7 – Labor Day
12-18 – We Live to Eat Restaurant Week
15-18 – New Orleans Burlesque Festival
TBA – NOLA on Tap

October 2016
1 – Art for Arts’ Sake
TBA – Treme Fest
8 – Carnival Latino
TBA – Oktoberfest
TBA – New Orleans Film Festival
14-16 – Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival
TBA – Krewe of Boo Halloween Parade
TBA – Words and Music Festival
TBA – LGBT Halloween in New Orleans
28-30 – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
31 – Halloween

November 2016
TBA – Mirliton Festival
TBA – Faux/Real Festival
TBA – Boudin, Bourbon & Beer
12-13 – Treme Creole Gumbo Festival
TBA – Oak Street Po-Boy Festival

December 2016
1-31 – Christmas New Orleans Style
31 – New Year’s Eve