United States Louisiana New Orleans

Royal Carriages

A company offering guided tours in historic landscapes via horse-drawn carriage rides, showcasing local culture with narrated stories and sights.

Tips from the community

Carriage Tour: Royal Carriages - If you walk past Jackson Square you’re sure to see a group of mule-drawn carriages offering to take visitors on a tour of the French Quarter. Royal carriages does it best for a few reasons. For one, they treat their mules well. The tour itself is also informative and enjoyable. Guides take small groups out for an hour long tour by mule drawn carriage starting in the Quarter. After seeing the sites, the group then has the choice of touring Treme, Marigny, or St. Louis Cemetery n. 1. No option is better than another, but I will always love the Marigny.

kaylee 2 years ago

Spent the morning walking for CF in one of my favorite NYC neighborhoods.

jasmineagbhow 2 years ago

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  • The 12 Best City Tours in New Orleans

    kaylee (Kaylee Giacomini)
    Whenever I check out a new city I like to orient myself with the local landmarks and culture by embarking on a city tour. Moving to New Orleans presented me with the conflicting identity of not necessarily being a tourist, yet not exactly being a local either. I believe that it’s important to be a tourist in your own city - to get to know it inside out and understand why it’s so beloved. Unsure how to do this? The best way to start is to take a tour. In my years living in New Orleans, I’ve had the privilege of taking quite a few; here are my favorites.