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On our Cities of the Dead cemetery tour, you will step inside the mystique-laden history of New Orleans in a fascinating, entertaining way. Enter one of New Orleans’ oldest and most diverse cemeteries where you will see everything from the above-ground monument tombs to early wall vaults.
Spend an unforgettable 3 hours on our comfortable air conditioned Mini-bus and get an overview of New Orleans. As part of this tour, we will go to an area that was damaged when the levee broke during Hurricane Katrina. This tour includes hotel pick-up and ground transportation.
Nola Ghost Riders is the only cemetery tour offered under the cover of night. We will visit multiple cemeteries. We will discuss our unique burial rituals and practices during our strolls as we offer visitors an up close and personal look at some of the most popular cemeteries!
About Downtown and the Central Business District
Many of the best known streets in New Orleans run through the downtown area thanks to its central location. Everything is within walking distance, so you can certainly stretch your legs and take in the sights – or go for a bike tour! Explore the area’s famous streets on your own or join a guided tour for a local’s perspective.
Famous Streets of Downtown New Orleans and the Central Business District
Canal Street: If you’re a city dweller who can’t get enough of the hustle and bustle of downtown, New Orleans’ Canal Street is the perfect place for you. This grand street showcases the city’s newly restored theaters, best shopping venues, and elegant hotels. It’s also a hot spot for parades, especially during Mardi Gras. Don’t miss a chance to ride the Canal Streetcar Line if you need a break from being on your feet.
Fulton Street: Fulton Street is home to a one-block pedestrian outdoor mall with restaurants and pubs that’s known for hosting special events like live music. It’s a popular street to visit for happy hour after a long day at work. Fulton Street is also home to one of the most popular outdoor lighting displays during the Christmas season. You can easily walk into the Warehouse District from Fulton Street as well.