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Connect with your creative side in New Orleans during a pottery workshop at the historic French Market. Take a rest from sightseeing and the heat of the day in a shaded outdoor studio at the edge of the French Quarter, where you’ll learn basic hand-building techniques in a casual environment. Remember your visit to New Orleans with a handmade, one-of-a-kind souvenir, which will be fired, glazed, and shipped home to you after the class.
Immerse yourself in the rich culture and natural splendor of New Orleans’ mystifying swamps and wetlands on a 2-hour New Orleans swamp tour and wetlands adventure. Relax in the luxurious interior of a New Orleans swamp tour boat as you cruise past cultural highlights like a Cajun cemetery, an Indian burial mound and a traditional fishing village. Scour the scenery for fascinating flora and fauna like snakes, turtles and alligators while listening to interesting commentary from your professional guide.
The Steamboat NATCHEZ is taking some time off, but her sister vessel will be taking her place. You’ll get the same authentic riverboat experience, journeying 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 the historic riverboat for a morning or afternoon float down the mighty Mississippi. Stroll the deck, admire the iconic paddlewheel, enjoy live music, and snap picturesque shots of the beautiful urban shoreline. This family‐friendly excursion offers an optional tableside lunch (additional expense).
Explore the intoxicatingly haunted side of the New Orleans French Quarter with this two hour Haunted Pub Crawl led by a local licensed guide. Learn about real haunted ghost stories at haunted locations throughout the French Quarter which have been verified by historical research done at each property. This tour is all about fun and we make sure to stop by the best haunted bar locations in the city. You will have time to get drinks along the way at one or more of these stops. You must be 21 years of age to go on this tour.
Experience New Orleans’ wild bayou country on an exciting, family‐friendly airboat ride. This boat tour winds through the mossy cypress swamp close to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, named for the 19th‐century pirate and smuggler. While onboard, enjoy lively commentary from a native guide as you admire lush, forested shoreline and spot local wildlife.
Take a trip to either Oak Alley or Laura Plantation on this 4-hour tour from New Orleans. Explore the creole Laura Plantation, known for its historic representation of slave plantations. Or head further down to Oak Alley Plantation and stroll around the 300-year old oak trees that cover the plantation grounds with a 40-minute guided tour. See the ‘Big House,’ slave quarters, and beautiful architecture and gardens on either tour.
Discover the grandeur and complex history of New Orleans’ antebellum south on this guided tour of Houmas House Plantation. Experience the authenticity of place as costumed guides narrate the history of this landmark sugar plantation, leading through the mansion’s elegant rooms before you head off for a private stroll through the estate’s stunning gardens. Houmas House is located one hour from New Orleans and 30 minutes from Baton Rouge. Please allow adequate time for travel. Should you miss your scheduled tour, do not worry. Your ticket is good all day and can be used for any of the remaining tour times on the same day.
The Steamboat NATCHEZ is taking some time off, but her sister vessel will be taking her place. You’ll get the same authentic riverboat experience while you step up the luxury on this Viator VIP dinner cruise. Your experience begins with a complimentary Champagne cocktail while you take a guided tour of the boat’s authentic fixtures and spaces such as the pilot house. In the dining room, you’ll have a reserved table where you can relax, indulge in a sumptuous tableside dinner and enjoy a live jazz performance. If you want to go all out, upgrade to a full‐bar option.
Uncover the mysteries of the swamps surrounding New Orleans on an exhilarating airboat tour of the area, led by a professional guide. Cruise along the picturesque waterways in search of ferocious alligators and other rare wildlife while listening to illuminating commentary from your guide. Feel your adrenaline levels surge as your driver accelerates to high speeds, and capture fantastic photographs during regular stops. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation by comfortable, air-conditioned coach.
The New Orleans Hard Rock Cafe brings classic cuisine to the Big Easy with a prix-fixe menu that highlights the city's musical heritage. Choose a 2- or 3-course menu with your preferred musical theme. No matter what meal you choose, your appetite will be quenched at this transcontinental cultural icon.
New Orleans may be notorious for its ghost stories, but the city is also home to a host of shocking true crime that's too grisly to make up. On this adults-only evening tour, roam through the lively French Quarter with a guide who shares the gruesome details of crimes ripped straight from headlines and police reports. From the beastly LaLaurie and Trunk murders to the Katrina Cannibal, these tales are not for the faint of heart.
Explore New Orleans through the eyes of a local on this hyper-authentic tour of the Crescent City. From the Bywater to Bayou Saint John, get off the beaten track and discover parts of New Orleans privy to local knowledge. Get insights into the city’s rich culture and history along the way, plus insider travel tips to enhance your trip.
What people are saying about Pottery Classes in New Orleans
New Orleans Pottery Workshop: Take A Break To Play In The Clay"My friend and I spent a few hours handbuilding a tray out of clay with excellent guidance. Instructor was thoughtful and very helpful, taking us from a blank slab to a “almost ready to fire” state. She guided us through selection of glazes and explained the next steps that would happen after we finished our work. About a month later, we received our finished work as promised. Expertly packed, it arrived safely. An enjoyable morning, I hope we can do this again!"..."
New Orleans Swamp Tour Boat Adventure"Our guide was Reggie and he was funny and really good at it! We must’ve seen at least 15 alligators!! It was hilarious because he would call them out and sure enough one would show up!"..."
New Orleans Airboat Ride"We loved the history and all the info. We met so many gators! We had the best time Capitan Mark is amazing totally recommend him if you plan on visiting! Thank you guys again!"..."
Oak Alley or Laura Plantation Tour from New Orleans"The tour guide Renee at Laura for an excellent job! The emotion she embodied by telling the story of this plantation and the enslaved people made all the difference."..."
Houmas House Plantation Guided Tour"The grounds were beautiful and we learned a ton about the the owners and the land. The tour guide was dressed in garb from the 1800s which made the experience more fun. It was a great tour. Highly recommended"..."
Steamboat Natchez Jazz Dinner Cruise with VIP Boat Tour and Open Bar Upgrade"Gina was amazing! Very sweet and accommodating. We did the VIP package and it’s definitely worth it. We had open bar and didn’t have to get up once to get a drink. As soon as we finished, Gina was back to fill our drinks. They give a nice amount of food and the music was nice."..."
New Orleans True Murder Tour: Sinister Criminal Intentions"Randy was an incredibly informed storyteller; the stories were appropriately creepy and I didn't know most of them. Definitely not a tour for the faint-hearted (think dismemberment!), especially since everything on the tour was 100% true and not paranormal, but if you're a true crime fan, this is a must and Randy will give you an entertaining time!"..."
Private New Orleans City Tour with Local Expert Guide"Wow, Marc is terrific! He customized the tour to our interests. Our group was traveling with an infant and opted for the air conditioned tour of the city by car. We saw and learned more in the four hours spent with him than we would have had we limited ourselves to self guided or walking tours."..."
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