Let the good times roll! New Orleans Pass Launched

June 20, 2015 1:00 pm

New Orleans, the creole and Cajun capital of the world! This historic city has just become part of our family of passes after we launched the New Orleans Power Pass this June. Many people aren’t aware of the history and culture that comes with this vibrant, jazz loving city – and there’s a lot to see and enjoy whilst you’re there. Championing the city, the Leisure Pass Group just partnered with the New Orleans Power Pass and are proud to have launched their new website www.neworleanspass.com.

The New Orleans Pass includes free entry into over 25 top attractions, sites and tours – from historic buildings, to museums, tours and other experiences, much like the London Pass, and the other sister passes. It’s designed to save visitors to the city money and time and simplify their sightseeing experience, to help them make the most out of this fascinating city.

Available in 1, 2, 3 and 5 days the New Orleans Pass is a great add-on to any trip, whether it be a short weekend break, or a longer vacation. It has a central pick up desk, near to our top attractions, so you can pick up your passes and start sightseeing straight away!

The New Orleans Pass includes covers entry into the historic buildings and museums like the 1850 House and the Cabildo which are exemplary of the French Quarter and architecture so typical of this city. If you journey out of New Orleans you can visit some of the historic plantations, such as Oak Alley Plantation and San Francisco Plantation House which give you a fascinating insight into the old slavery and sugar industry.

If you like walking tours, you can enjoy a walking tour of the French Quarter at night and learn about the eerie side of the city with haunting tales and ghost stories. Alternatively you can enjoy a swamp tour on Manchac Swamp or Segnette Bayou to see the American alligators and swamp life Louisiana is so famous for. There’s more of New Orleans’ wildlife and historic landscape to see as you venture down the Mississippi River on a Paddlewheeler cruise and visit Longvue House and Gardens, too.

If you’d like to learn more about which attractions are included in the pass and how you can see more and save more whilst visiting New Orleans, visit their new website: www.neworleanspass.com where you can find out all you need to know.

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