Go City: New Orleans All-Inclusive Pass with 25+ Attractions

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Sightsee the best of New Orleans and save compared to buying separate attraction tickets with Go City. For one low price you'll get admission to over 25 of the most popular attractions and tours in the Big Easy. Explore the city on-board an Adventures in New Orleans Bus tour, go on a traditional Paddlewheeler cruise, check the huge collection of artifacts and exhibits at the National WWII Museum, or discover the secrets of Louisiana cuisine with a mouth-watering New Orleans cooking school class demo. Your New Orleans All-Inclusive Pass is fully digital and comes with a digital guide complete with attraction opening times and other useful tips. The All-Inclusive Pass includes: • 1, 2, 3 or 5-day admission to over 25 New Orleans attractions and tours • Top activities including Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Cruise, Adventures in New Orleans Bus tour and more

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Go City | New Orleans

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See the city’s famous landmarks and experience firsthand the blending of cultures, architectural styles and people that make New Orleans what it is aboard an Adventures in New Orleans Bus Tour.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: The National WWII Museum

Through interactive exhibits and displays, the museum works to tell the story of the price of freedom in a way that each generation of the American people can understand. Learn how the war was won, what sparked the beginning of a world war and what life in America was like during this time.The National WWII Museum features five permanent exhibit halls: The Arsenal of Democracy, Road To Tokyo, Road To Berlin, The D-Day Invasion of Normandy, and the US Merchant Marine Gallery.

Duration: 2 hour

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Hop aboard the Creole Queen and be transported to the olden days of New Orleans. Your journey is more than a cruise through the river, it’s a cruise through 300 years of NOLA’s unique history.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World

If you can’t make it to New Orleans for the actual event – a trip to Mardi Gras World is the next best thing. Step foot into the studio of famed float and costumer designer, Roy Kern, and disappear into a whole new world.

Duration: 1 hour

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When in New Orleans, feast like the locals do at New Orleans School of Cooking. A large part of Louisiana’s history and culture stems from the culinary arts. The rich and unique food dishes that have originated from the Crescent City are unlike any other. To understand the relaxed, southern comfort-esque vibe of NOLA, you have to start with the food. At New Orleans School of Cooking, the expert Cajun and Creole chefs teach the basics of delicious Louisiana home cooking. Learn how to make gumbo, jambalaya, and pralines and get a better understanding of why these dishes are an integral part of their culture. In New Orleans, comfort food is what it’s all about. As you sit in on a live cooking demonstration, your skilled chef will prepare a classic meal from you – it’s the perfect excuse to get out of your culinary comfort zone. Try dishes like Shrimp & Artichoke Soup, Crawfish Etouffee, Shrimp Creole, or Red Beans & Rice. A demonstration at New Orleans School of Cooking is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. As you sit around at a table full of friends, dining on delectable Louisiana dishes prepared by expert chefs you’ll be making memories of your New Orleans trip that will last a lifetime.

Duration: 3 hour

Stop At: The Presbytere

The Presbytere is one of the buildings in New Orleans belonging to the Louisiana State Museum and anyone with a keen eye will see that it was designed to match the Cabildo, another one of New Orleans’ historic buidlings.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: 1850 House

Visit the oldest apartment houses in the United States at the 1850 House and State Museum. Overlooking the picturesque Jackson Square, in the Upper and Lower Pontalba Buildings, it was built in 1850 by the Baroness Micaela Almonester de Pontalba, daughter of the Spanish colonial landowner, Don Andres Almonester y Roxas, and is now considered one of New Orleans’ most significant historic buildings.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: New Orleans Jazz Museum

This stunning Greek Revival style building is one of the most significant buildings in American history. The Old US Mint started minting in 1838 until 1909, and over its history served both as US and Confederate Mint. Now it’s the home of fascinating museum which features exhibitions ranging from New Orleans Jazz, to Newcomb Pottery and the Mississippi and the history of Louisiana.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cabildo

The Cabildo is one of the most impressive landmarks in Jackson Square. An elegant Spanish colonial building, it was built under the Spanish rule in 1795-1799. It used to be the headquarters of the Louisiana State Supreme Court until 1853, when later it became part of the Louisiana State Museum in 1908.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is housed in the 1823 creole apothecary of America’s first licensed pharmacist, Louis Dufilho, Jr. (licensed 1816). Visitors can explore two floors of exhibits highlighting the history of 19th Century pharmacy, medicine and healthcare in New Orleans.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Edgar Degas House Creole Impressionist Tour

The Edgar Degas House was the home and workplace of Degas during his five‐month sojourn from France. This was notably the only US journey made by any French painter of the Impressionist period.

Duration: 2 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Southern Food and Beverage Museum

Visitors to SoFAB will also enjoy The Museum of the American Cocktail’s (MOTAC) New Orleans collection, spectacular new exhibits, including La Galerie d’Absinthe and the award-winning Purloo Restaurant.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Bicycling through New Orleans is the best way to see the Big Easy! Your Go New Orleans pass includes a 2 Hour Guided Bike Tour, Guided Bike Ride or Self-guided Ride*. Includes: bicycle, helmet, lock and guide*.

Duration: 2 hour

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Founded by philanthropists Edith Rosenwald Stern and Edgar Bloom Stern, Longue Vue House and Gardens is a multifaceted historic estate featuring a world-class house museum and eight acres of stunning gardens that include an interactive Discovery Garden for children of all ages.

Duration: 2 hour

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Choose one out of five walking tours on offer by French Quarter Phantoms and explore the most popular sights of New Orleans. Choose from a Ghost & Vampire Combo Tour, St. Louis #1 Cemetery Tour, Garden District tour, Ghosts & Legends Tour, Saints & Sinners Tour or Tremé tour. Please note: Pre-booking required.

Duration: 2 hour

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Choose 1 out of 2 tours hosted by Haunted History Tours, one of the most popular tour hosts in the Big Easy. Take your pick from a French Quarter Ghost & Legends Tour or a Cities of the Dead Cemetery Tour - both equally eerie with plenty of supernatural surprises. Please note: Pre-booking is necessary.

Duration: 2 hour
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