New Orleans Beyond the French Quarter Bike Tour

3.5 Hours
Group Activity

From (USD) $41 Per Adult / $32 Per Child

New Orleans Beyond the French Quarter Bike Tour

3.5 Hours
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From (USD) $41 Per Adult / $32 Per Child

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      New Orleans Beyond the French Quarter Bike Tour

      New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
      From (USD) $41 Per Adult / $32 Per Child
      • Treme Neighborhood: One of the city's oldest neighborhoods was designed to house its population of free people of color and Haitian Creoles. – Today, it's revered as the birthplace of early jazz and a hotbed of culture and history.
      • Faubourg Marigny: Founded in the early 1800s, this district is known for its interesting mix of European architecture as well as a booming art and music scene.
      • Avenue of the Creoles: The New Orleans version of "millionaire's row" contains dozens of lavish 19th century homes and peaceful oak trees, occasionally interrupted by quaint coffee shops and eateries.


      About This New Orleans Tour

      Sure, everyone knows about the beads, confetti, and cocktails that flow freely throughout the French Quarter, but there's much more to New Orleans than parties – fun as they may be. This tour is perfect for a more relaxed trip through some of the city's most historic districts outside of its famous quarter.

      Take Treme, for example. Founded as a haven for freedmen and Creoles, this is the place where large brass ensembles birthed the style that would become known as big band, one of the earliest styles of jazz. Fittingly, it's home to a stretch of green land named after one of the genre's titans: Beyond its signature entrance arch, Louis Armstrong Park offers peaceful ponds, sculptures, trees, and walking paths.

      Just north of Treme is the eerily beautiful Saint Louis Cemetery 3. With rows of smoke-colored stone tombs built aboveground to account for the city's swampy soil, one ride past the sculptures of angels, saints, and other biblical figures is all it takes to see why they call New Orleans' cemeteries "cities of the dead."

      So if you're ready to see what the city holds beyond the raucous confines of Bourbon Street, hop on a nimble bike and get ready to spend a few hours on a relaxing ride that uncovers the city's history, culture, and gorgeous scenery.

      The most interesting man in New Orleans

      Bernard de Marigny was born in 1785, to an upper-class French family living in New Orleans. Though he appreciated all facets of aristocratic life, Marigny took a special liking to gambling. After being sent to England as a teen, he brought back a soon-to-be-famous game of chance called "hazard" or "Crapaud," later shortened to just "craps." Marigny also founded a racetrack and provided the land that became the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, with streets like "Peace," "Poets," "Music," and "Hope."

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      Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.

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