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We offer an alternative to French Quarter walking tours! Why take a walking tour when you can ride in the comfort of an all-electric, four-guest, two-guide, air-conditioned vehicle? Our motto is "HisToury in Comfort!" We'll cover over 50 blocks...more
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717 Orleans Street, between Bourbon and Royal, New Orleans, LA 70116-3110
This is by far the best way to see the French Quarter. If you want to save your feet, beat the heat (or have shelter from the rain) this is the way to go.
The New TourLeans air-conditioned closed golf cart is a small universe...More
Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you, so much, for taking the time to write such a stellar review about our tour!
We are so glad that you enjoyed yourself and are also happy that you learned some things about the French Quarter that were new to you. It is...More
My husband and I were very impressed with this tour. The vehicle that they use to take you around the city is comfy with all around windows for a complete view and super cold A/C. The guide and driver were incredibly gracious hosts. The historic...More
Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Oh, my goodness, thank you for taking the time to write such a thoughtful, thorough, and outstanding review of our tour! Thank you also for recognizing all that my wife and I have done to try to make our guests' experience with us fun, entertaining,...More
My sister and I traveled to celebrate her birthday and we took this tour. Awesomeness is the best word to describe every aspect of this trip. We started out at our Hotel, Bourbon Orleans's and was taken on quite an historical adventure. Our guides took...More
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Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded August 21, 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a wonderful review of our tour. Joanie and I are so glad you enjoyed it! We loved getting to know you and your sister, taking both of you around the French Quarter, and sharing...More
This tour was perfect for me and my husband (who is recovering from knee surgery). We avoided the heat and rain, and we were treated to a fabulous tour in an air conditioned electric car with wonderfully hospitable hosts. The detail of the history given...More
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Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded August 19, 2018
Joanie and I are so glad you and your husband enjoyed our tour and gave us such a wonderful review, thank you! We thoroughly enjoyed sharing the history of the French Quarter with you both and hope you will come on tour with us again...More
This was an excellent way to tour the French Quarter, particularly on a warm summer day! The information presented was interesting and our tour host Robert was full of useful and fun facts. I experienced this tour with my parents who were so happy not...More
Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded July 12, 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to write a five-star review of our tour. Joanie and I truly appreciate that of all the tour companies in New Orleans to choose for a tour, you and your family decided to entrust your experience to...More
The tour was comprehensive and the guides accommodating. We couldn't have asked for a better experience. As we drove past people on walking tours in the sweltering heat, we were even more pleased with our decision.More
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Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded June 21, 2018
Thank you so much for your 5-star review, we really appreciate it! We are so glad you found our tour to be comprehensive and that you enjoyed it. It was a pleasure to serve you, and we are glad you also enjoyed the cool comfort...More
Sit back and relax in cool comfort (literally) in a zippy electric vehicle while Robert and Joanie share their exuberant passion for New Orleans. This entertaining and delightful duo spin stories peppered with well-researched historical facts and fascinating photos. The excursion covers more ground than...More
Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded July 28, 2017
Thank you so much for writing such a wonderful review of the tour you took with us this week! We also want to thank you for recognizing our exuberance and passion for New Orleans and its history. Our main goal is to make our history...More
Did this tour with my family and had so much fun! It was really hot outside so being in the air conditioned cart was a huge plus.
The tour was very in depth with us stopping in certain locations to leave the cart and see...More
Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded July 19, 2017
Thank you so much for taking the time to post a review of our tour! We so enjoyed sharing Louisiana and New Orleans history with you and your family. It was so wonderful to see that the "younger generation" has an interest in knowing about...More
This tour was by far the best tour we did in New Orleans. Besides being comfortable and air conditioned in a very hot and then rainy day, the amount of historical information and locations we visited were spectacular! We even got to hold handwritten letters...More
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Robert H, Owner at New TourLeans, responded to this reviewResponded July 14, 2017
Thank you so much for taking the tiime to write our first review on Trip Advisor!
We are so glad you and your children enjoyed our tour so much. We have worked very hard at creating the most captivating experience possible, and reading a review...More
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A small and teeming network of laissez-faire living lounged out on the balmy banks of the Mighty Mississippi, the French Quarter has long been a port of call for folks in search of a good time and a great story. Perpetually inebriated Bourbon Street runs across its midriff like a strand of cheap ribbon tied around an otherwise rather pretty and impressively well-kept vintage dress. Throughout the rest of the
Quarter, brightly colored Victorian homes and businesses, famously done up with wrought-iron features, provide a distinct and immediately recognizable backdrop for all varieties of fun. At any given moment in this historic riverside setting, some of America’s finest meals are being cooked, most potent cocktails are being mixed, and most engaging music is being performed.
Response from Robert H | Property representative |
Sorry to say "der ain't nothin' like dat here." Funeral processions or Jazz Funerals are pretty rare, especially like the one featured in Live and Let Die. There are certainly no tours that would have one since... More
Sorry to say "der ain't nothin' like dat here." Funeral processions or Jazz Funerals are pretty rare, especially like the one featured in Live and Let Die. There are certainly no tours that would have one since real Jazz Funerals are just that, actual funerals. In the rare case where there is a Jazz Funeral, the “Main Line” leads and consists of the group organizing the funeral and the brass band that accompanies them. The main line is followed by a “Second Line.” An example of this occurred when Allan Toussaint passed away in November of 2015. Anyone is welcome to join in and become part of the second line. Sometimes, when someone famous has passed away in another country or city, there will be what is called an organized Second Line Parade that is announced in advance to the public so people can come to join in. I joined in for the one for David Bowie after he passed away in January 2016.
More often, I would say at least once or twice a week in the French Quarter, you can join in a second line that occurs for a wedding or other celebration that has taken place. There is usually no widespread public notice of these second line parades. They start wherever the event was and you are welcome to join in behind the participants and band (again the main line) and become part of the second line. If you are staying in the French Quarter, there is a chance that you will happen upon one of these parades. I run into them all the time. My company, New TourLeans specializes in four-guest motorized historic tours of the French Quarter, and of course, if we come across a second line, we would point it out and encourage you to join in on the fun. I hope you aren't disappointed that it’s not quite like what was depicted in Live and Let Die!
All the best, and enjoy New Orleans,