The French Quarter

No tour of New Orleans is complete without a visit to the historic French Quarter. Cobblestone streets, Creole townhouses, and wrought-iron balconies transport you back in time to 18th century New Orleans. This is the birthplace of jazz and home to iconic Bourbon Street. Soak up the Quarter’s vibrant atmosphere as you browse art galleries, listen to live music, and indulge in Cajun cuisine. Be sure to stop at Jackson Square to admire the impressive St. Louis Cathedral, Cabildo, and Presbytere. And don’t miss the French Market to pick up local souvenirs. A party bus is the best way to keep your group together as you explore this lively quarter.

Garden District

With its leafy streets, antebellum mansions, and magnolia trees, the Garden District exudes Old South charm. Take a leisurely stroll past the historic homes and lush gardens along St. Charles Avenue. Marvel at the intricate ironwork and stunning architecture, from Greek Revival to Victorian. Pop into one of the district’s trendy cafés, shops, or art galleries. Visit Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 to wander among the above-ground tombs. And be sure to ride the St. Charles Streetcar through the oak-lined neighborhood. Our party buses provide a comfortable ride for your group to fully experience the beauty and history of this genteel part of town.

Warehouse District

Home to chic art galleries, restaurants, and nightlife, the Warehouse District seamlessly blends historic and contemporary New Orleans. Check out the postmodern Piazza d’Italia fountain and soak up some Southern culture at the National World War II Museum. Music lovers can grab a bite on famous Po’boy sandwiches at Mother’s Restaurant before catching some jazz at the intersection of Rampart and Canal at the historical jazz site Congo Square. With old brick warehouses now housing stylish boutiques and hip bars, it’s easy to spend a whole day wandering this creative and energetic neighborhood.


Edgy and artistic, Bywater has become one of New Orleans’s hottest neighborhoods. Old factories and warehouses now house quirky art galleries, avant-garde boutiques, and unique restaurants. Don’t miss the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts campus. Snap some photos at the iconic St. Claude Avenue Bridge over the Industrial Canal. And soak up the creative spirit along the vibrant St. Claude Avenue Arts District. From street art to live music venues, Bywater offers an alternative glimpse into creative NOLA life. Our party buses can safely transport your group to explore this up-and-coming artistic enclave.

Faubourg Marigny

Adjacent to the French Quarter, Faubourg Marigny exudes bohemian charm. Its colorful Creole cottages, vibrant murals, and diverse residents give it a hip, eclectic vibe. Browse the boutiques and art galleries along Frenchmen Street, grab a café au lait at Orange Couch café, or catch some live music at the iconic Spotted Cat jazz club. Don’t miss Frenchmen Art Market for local art and crafts. And be sure to snap a selfie in front of the NOLA-themed murals. With its indie spirit and creative energy, Marigny is perfect for a party bus excursion.


Mid-City offers a slice of authentic local life. Meander down beautiful Esplanade Avenue, dubbed “the New Orleans Riviera.” Take the kids to City Park, home to the New Orleans Museum of Art and Storyland sculpture garden. Chow down on authentic Vietnamese cuisine along bustling Canal Boulevard. And don’t miss the eclectic shops at The Shops at Canal Place. Mid-City’s central location, leafy streets, and family-friendly vibe make it ideal to experience real New Orleans neighborhoods.


Known as the oldest African American neighborhood in the U.S., historic Tremé oozes with cultural richness. Visit Congo Square, birthplace of jazz and once a gathering place for slaves. Tour the Backstreet Cultural Museum highlighting African American traditions. Chow down on local Creole soul food at Willie Mae’s Scotch House. And catch a Second Line parade with brass bands and dancing revelers. With its deep musical roots, you may just find yourself dancing in the streets in this spirited part of town!


Lined with lush gardens and stately homes, Carrollton offers laid-back local charm just steps from the St. Charles streetcar. Grab a bite at Camellia Grill, housed in a historic 1924 streetcar. Browse the boutiques along Carrollton Avenue, grab coffee at Rue de la Course, or pick up produce at the Crescent City Farmer’s Market. Relax in majestic Palmer Park or take a meditation class at the gorgeous Carrollton United Methodist Church. Low key and family-friendly, Carrollton lets you experience New Orleans like a true local.

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