Welcome to one of America’s most cultured, refined, and exciting cities!
The Creole cuisine, music, architecture, and language of New Orleans give the city a unique flavor all its own! New Orleans hosts world-renowned festivals, including Mardi Gras, the Jazz & Heritage Festival, French Quarter Fest, Essence Music Fest, and Voodoo Festival, year round and boasts more registered historic buildings than any other city in the United States.
Whether you’re interested in the rich history of her Antebellum South past, or her phenomenal rebirth and renaissance following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Livery Tours will take you on a selection of New Orleans Tours that will open your eyes to the culture that locals experience on a daily basis.
Want to book something that's more personal and hands-on experience? Book this tour for a more private look at some of New Orleans most famous neighborhoods outside of the French Quarter in the comfort of your own private vehicle. Travelers will have the opportunity to visit the Lower Ninth Ward, where the levees broke, and bear witness to the past devastation along with the rebirth of the famed “Brad Pitt Homes” and Harry Connick Jr.’s Musicians Village. Patrons will also have the privilege of touring the old American Sector and Uptown. This is the best luxury tour in the cityLearn More
Haunted Houses of the French Quarter. We are the only Ghost Tour in New Orleans that actually enters a 200 year old Haunted Mansion! • $25
New Orleans has always been recognized as America’s Most Haunted City. Accounts of paranormal activity in the French Quarter date back to the city’s inception. Early colonial governors wrote letters to the French Crown voicing concerns of civil unrest over rumors that vampires were relocating to New Orleans to escape the Inquisition in Europe. Stand in the shadows of the old slave exchange and hear stories of some of America’s most infamous mass murders and acts of cruelty. Livery Tours is the only New Orleans Tour provider that takes you into a real Haunted French Quarter Mansion!Learn More