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NEW ORLEANS
APRIL 30, 2018

Join a culture crawl

 
Take a tour of New Orleans’ quirky, eclectic flavor and join one our culture crawls on April 30. With crawls of the French Quarter and downtown, and music, voodoo, architectural and history crawls, there’s something for everyone. Culture crawls fill up quickly, so sign up early to avoid disappointment
Culture Summit signups have now closed for 2018. You can still book tickets for Collision.

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You’ll fall in love with New Orleans at Culture Summit.

French Quarter tour

 

To mark its tricentennial birthday, we’ve marked New Orleans landmarks with black-and-gold QR markers. This tour brings the history of the world-famous French Quarter to life. Click here to view the map.

History crawl

 

In its 300-year history, New Orleans was founded by the French, experienced a brief period of Spanish, and was then acquired by the United States. Join us on a tour exploring the city’s history and landmarks, including the Supreme Court of Louisiana, Cabildo, Pirate Alley, House of Jean Pascal, and the French Market. This walk is 1.1 miles.

Music crawl

 

New Orleans birthed jazz, and just about every barroom in the city had a part to play. This walk is a tour of NOLA’s musical landmarks with stops at the Musical Legends Park, Preservation Hall, Danny Baker’s birthplace, and the Jazz Museum at the Old US Mint. This walk is 1.1 miles.

Voodoo crawl

 

Brought to Louisiana from West Africa by slaves in the 1800s, the voodoo religion has been a source of mystery and misunderstanding ever since. The tour kicks off at the Marie Laveau House of Voodoo and finishes at the Voodoo Spiritual Temple. This walk is 1.4 miles.

Architecture crawl

 

New Orleans’s architecture is truly unique, replete with Greek Revival, Victorian, and American colonial influences. This tour passes by legendary sites such as the Hermann-Grima House and Pirate Alley, before finishing up at one of the oldest buildings in the Mississippi River Valley, the Old Ursuline Convent. This walk is 1.1 miles.

Downtown tour

 

To mark its tricentennial birthday, we’ve marked New Orleans landmarks with black-and-gold QR markers. This tour brings the history of the downtown district to life. Click here to view the map.

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