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Mid-City Tours

New Orleans

Home to the lush City Park, live oak trees, and small family-owned businesses, the Mid-City neighborhood is sure to welcome you with its feel-good vibes and friendly patrons. From museums and gardens to streetcars and shops, there’s so much to do and see in this quaint neighborhood. Whether relaxing in a park or coffee shop or touring the area by bike, you’ll enjoy an unforgettable day in this little oasis in the middle of the city.

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  • Morning and afternoon tours
From $30

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.

From $55

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.

About the Mid-City Neighborhood

Mid-City is a local gem, the kind of place where neighbors know each other by name and visitors are more than welcome to experience the beauty and amenities of this charming area. Po-boys, breweries, and bakeries are commonplace here, so you’ll never go hungry! And this area is also known for its fascinating above-ground cemeteries which are just as interesting to explore as more lively parts of the neighborhood. The vibes of Mid-City are unmistakably quirky and welcoming, with quaint bungalows and one-of-a-kind restaurants and bars that truly capture the essence of the Crescent City.

Famous Streets of Mid-City

Canal Street: One of Mid-City’s most notable landmarks, Canal Street bisects the neighborhood right down the middle. Canal Street is mainly known for the Canal Streetcar line, a famous old-fashioned streetcar that you can ride from the above-ground cemeteries all the way to the Mississippi River. Besides the streetcar line, Canal Street is a hub for parades (especially during Mardi Gras), shopping, restored theaters, and great restaurants.

Carrollton Avenue: Carrollton Avenue is one of the most beautiful streets in the city, wide open and blanketed by shady trees. This major thoroughfare stretches from Uptown to Mid-City and is home to many restaurants and historic homes. It’s got a fast-paced, friendly vibe that caters to tourists and locals. The St. Charles Streetcar line runs down part of the street.