Book ahead for a hassle-free airport transfer between Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and your Downtown New Orleans hotel. Sharing a shuttle means you can keep your costs down and do your bit for the environment.
Feel your mouth water as your eyes pore over the 80-plus item menu! From made-to-order omelets and fresh seafood pasta with Alfredo sauce in the morning to jambalaya, turtle soup, shrimp etouffee, and Duck à l'Orange in the afternoon, every mouthful is sure to please at the Court of Two Sisters!
Book now and receive a complimentary glass of champagne or mimosa
Voted New Orleans #1 destination and designated by Congress as the country's official World War II Museum, this remarkable attraction in New Orleans illuminates the American experience during the WWII era. From the Normandy invasion to the sands of Pacific Islands and the Home Front, you will come to know the courage, teamwork and sacrifice of the men and women who won the war that changed the world.
Book your Combo Ticket to The World War II Museum now and save US 30% off the regular booking price (price listed reflects savings).
Watch the late afternoon sun dance across the Mighty Mississippi or see the city lights of the Crescent City twinkle as you fly over New Orleans during this evening aerial tour. You can even design your own tour route so you can see what intrigues you most.
Book your Big Easy Lights at Night Tour today and redeem by September 1, 2014 to save US$ 10 on the regular booking price (price listed reflects savings).
Take in the sights and sounds of the world-famous French Quarter and historic Jackson Square with a local guide. Travel through three centuries of history, legends and romance as you encounter “The City That Care Forgot!”
Hop aboard an open top bus and explore the sights and sounds of New Orleans at your own pace. Hop on and off aboard classic RED double decker bus as often as you wish. With live guided commentary in English.
From Royal to Bourbon, saunter the banquettes of the French Quarter as your guide tells histories and legends of the people that settled this area in the early 1700s and of those that live there today.
Your tour begins in the French Quarter and takes you all the way through the Ninth Ward, allowing you to see the ongoing effects of Hurricane Katrina and the continued efforts to rebuild this beloved American city.
New Orleans has absorbed many unique customs into its culture, including voodoo. On this walking tour, visit the tomb of Mari Laveau—Voodoo Queen of New Orleans—and learn about the unique above-ground burial customs at the St. Louis Cemetery.
Step back in time and savor the beauty of New Orleans' French Quarter from the decks of the Natchez, an authentic sternwheel steamboat. Along the way, enjoy a buffet spread and the Dukes of Dixieland Jazz Band.
A descendant of Edgar Degas takes you through the Degas House—the artist's only home or studio open to the public. Watch an award-winning documentary, tour the surrounding neighborhood, and maybe even opt for a Creole breakfast.
Make your mouth happy! Enjoy fun, entertaining classes and learn the basics of Louisiana cooking. Creole/Cajun experts will teach the class New Orleans specialties like gumbo, jambalaya, shrimp Creole, and pralines.
Treat yourself to a romantic Creole dinner at the Court of Two Sisters. Your four-course, prix fixe dinner features unforgettable cuisine, ambience, and service plus a complimentary glass of house wine or champagne.
Book now and receive a complimentary glass of Court of Two Sisters Private Label wine
We all contribute to global warming. Now you can do something about iteasily and affordably. Join the more than 100,000 people who use TerraPass to balance out the global-warming impact of their flying, driving, and other energy use.