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Old New Orleans Rum Distillery

Take a historic ride on a carriage through the French Quarter, then hop aboard a shuttle and head to Old New Orleans Rum to have a drink and learn about rum!

What to expect on your Carriage Tour of the French Quarter: 

You'll have so much fun laughing while learning about the storied history of New Orleans. Our expert guides are loads of fun, ensuring that this won't be a boring history lecture! 

Why walk or ride a bus when a mule-drawn adventure through the French Quarter is an option? Our 1-Hour Carriage Tour of the French Quarter covers more ground and more information than a 2-Hour Walking Tour.

Choose from our French Quarter History OR History & Haunts Carriage Tours
 

What to expect at Old New Orleans Rum:

Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the rum distillation process at America's oldest premium rum distillery. The 45-minute distillery tour also includes a welcome cocktail and tasting of the Old New Orleans Rum products.

One of the best-kept secrets in New Orleans is located on Frenchmen Street. Old New Orleans Rum is a small batch, premium rum distillery. A tour of Old New Orleans Rum is an off the beaten path kind of experience for lovers of liquor.

Call 504-943-8820 to book! 

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This is a fun tour for everyone. The adults love it because it's interesting and you get tidbits of history along the way. The kids love it because it's an adventure. They get to explore what's around every corner without having to walk at all. It's a much-needed break. The looks on the little faces were priceless. They carriage drivers know a lot about the city so if you have any questions make sure to ask them! They point out interesting places and tell interesting stories and facts along the way. And with all the walking you have been doing its an added bonus to sit down.

Bridget Ann Mattingly Malbrough of Houma, Louisiana - MiniTime.com

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