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Spouse/Guest Tours Program

Photo Walk: Experience the French Quarter from all angles

Capture the old-world charm of the French Quarter by taking a fun, interactive walk around the city and learning how to take beautiful pictures! Sign up here.




Saturday, October 27

Canvases and Cocktails

12 - 4 p.m.
Fee: $165
Make creativity a part of your stay in New Orleans with a visit to the home of artist Edgar Degas near the French Quarter. After your tour of this historic home, a seasoned mixologist will greet you in the courtyard to demonstrate how to make great local cocktails. Enjoy hors d' oeuvres and beverages and pick up a brush to paint your own masterpiece with a local New Orleans artist in the garden of the Degas home.
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Sunday, October 28

Mansions and Magnolias

11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee: $190
Visit one of the largest parks in the US covered with magnificent oaks and Louisiana magnolias; enjoy a marvelous lunch at Ralph’s on the Park and then take a ride on a New Orleans streetcar to tour the Grand Manors of the Garden District, including an exclusive tour of a private home. Then it's on to the famous Lafayette Cemetery.
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Monday, October 29

Airboat Adventures

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fee: $175
Exotic tropical plants, large turtles, alligators -- see the Louisiana wetlands as never before! Hear the tales of Cajun folks and how they exist on everything available in their environment. Enjoy local cuisine, prepared fresh from the Bayou at Restaurant Des Familles, named for the majestic Louisiana Bayou on which it sits.
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Tuesday, October 30

Forever New Orleans

9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Fee: $110
Visit the famous New Orleans “Hot Spots”… the French Quarter, Lakeview neighborhood, St. Charles Avenue’s rows of magnificent homes and mansions, City Park, Bayou St. John and the historic St. Louis No. 3 cemetery. This comprehensive tour also takes you off the beaten path to explore areas being rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina and learn about New Orleans’ long road to recovery.
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