Accessible Guided Tours in New Orleans
New Orleans is one of the most popular vacation spots in the United States, and it is easy to see why! The city is nicknamed the “Big Easy” due to the laid-back lifestyle, but it’s known for the exciting nightlife, extraordinary music and rich culture. There is no lack of things to see and do. Whether you like to learn about local history, taste local cuisine, experience nightlife excitement, or even allow yourself to step back in time through ghost stories, there is a little something for everyone in New Orleans. Located on the Mississippi River near the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana, New Orleans has so much to offer. This city is a mixture of the vibrant cultures of French, African and American rolled into one. Amazing food can be found on every corner and history stands its ground here too. Hospitality is in their heart and they are eager to share their city with you.
New Orleans is an old American city but still offers mostly good wheelchair access throughout. The challenges in the city center include some mild inclines and cobblestones. Our accessible New Orleans guided tours are designed to avoid steps and severe cobblestones. We use the most accessible routes throughout the city and our tour guides have extensive experience navigating the area firsthand with disabled clients and their families.
Upper French Quarter Accessible Walking Tour
Are you ready to enjoy the excitement, wonder and flavor of this city? During this accessible Upper French Quarter Walking Tour you will have the opportunity to experience the history and culture of New Orleans, through the eyes and knowledge of a local guide who knows and adores his city very much! The local tour guide, whose love for his city is contagious, will lead you on an exciting journey through the French Quarter while highlighting famed sites such as Jackson Square and Pirates Alley and other famed sites, with his lively commentary about local facts and history.
Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour
With its rich cultural cuisine, New Orleans is a culinary hot spot. It is considered one of the culinary capitals of the world. It is a blend of so many different cultures and people, you are bound to find something new and different when you visit the Big Easy. If you love food and trying new flavors, let us take you on a tasting tour. This Wheelchair Friendly Taste of New Orleans Walking Tour allows you the opportunity to try a variety of the local favorites. On this tour, you will stop at 3-4 of New Orleans’s favorite restaurants or eateries where you will have the opportunity to try some of the favorite local dishes. The restaurants that will be visited and menu is selected by considering the preferences of the guests taking the tour. Learn the difference between Cajun and Creole as you nibble your way around the Big Easy. In the restaurants and in between the restaurants, you will explore the history of New Orleans along with stories of its people and events.
City of New Orleans Accessible Driving Tour
This City of New Orleans Accessible Driving Tour gives you a comprehensive view of the city and some of the neighborhoods that are located here. You will see the effects of Hurricane Katrina and recovery efforts throughout the city and learn some not so well-known facts surrounding the event and why there was such damage to the city. There is a segment of the French Quarter included on the tour, where you will learn the history of the people, the place and culture of this fascinating part of the city. With so much of the city included in one tour, it is no wonder this is a popular pick for a driving tour in New Orleans.
Influential Women of the French Quarter Accessible Walking Tour
New Orleans, in particular The French Quarter, possesses charm, quaint appeal and historic significance. During this Influential Women of New Orleans and French Quarter Accessible Walking Tour, you will learn that the reason the city enjoys such richness in culture and history has a lot to do with some interesting women in New Orleans’ history that were dedicated and determined to save the French Quarter. Their foresight and persistence is the reason the French Quarter in New Orleans is what it is today. Join an experienced, native New Orleanian guide for an interesting tour that focuses on the contributions of these special women.
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