3HR CITY TOUR TOUR PRICE: $50 Adult $30 Child TOUR TIMES: 9AM and 2PM (3PM SEASONAL) PLEASE ALLOW A 30 MIN PICK UP WINDOW Although not your typical tour of New Orleans, this 3-hour expedition through the Big Easy takes in some of the major points of interest, including the French Quarter, Treme, the Esplanade, the Garden District and the Metairie Cemetery. Relax in air-conditioned minibus comfort, and listen as a guide leads you through one of America's most historic cities. Read more about New Orleans 3-Hour History, Culture and Architecture Tour. BUY TICKETS! PLANTATION TOUR (OAK ALLEY OR LAURA) TOUR PRICE: $69 Adult $42 Child TOUR TIME: 8AM RETURN APPROX: 1:30PM 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. BUY TICKETS! COMBO TOURS (PICK ANY 2) COMBO PRICE: $99 Adult $60 Child TO BOOK A COMBO TOUR PLEASE CALL YOUR TOUR SPECIALIST OR CONTACT US BY SENDING US A MESSAGE. CHOOSE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING 3-HOUR CITY TOUR PLANTATION TOUR SWAMP TOUR ABITA TOUR INCLUDES ALL ADMISSIONS, TOURS CAN BE TAKEN ON SAME DAY OR SEPARATE DAYS. BUY TICKETS! ABITA BREWERY TOUR Our Abita tour is available on Thursday-Sunday at 1:30 PM. Cost is $75 per person and will feature three pick up locations. * 600 Canal Street * 501 Basin Street * 801 Decatur Street Stops are subject to change. All tours include: * Round trip transportation from New Orleans * Admission to tour * Abita Beer and water available on the vehicle * Cold storage for any beer purchases * Beer samples (minimum drinking age is 21) Use promo code ABITA19 to save $15! BUY TICKETS! DESTREHAN PLANTATION TOUR TOUR PRICE: $59 Adult $39 Child TOUR TIMES: Daily at 8AM We invite you to travel from the French and Spanish Colonial periods, through the antebellum grandeur of the sugar barons, to the ravages of the Civil War and the rebirth of reconstruction. You will find yourself immersed in the rich history of Louisiana when French was the language, and the white gold of sugar drove the economy. Family stories of those free and enslaved set against the fabric of history will intrigue every visitor to the site. BUY TICKETS!