New Orleans is 300 Years Old!

Come celebrate — no one knows how to throw a party better! Our most interesting and different New Orleans tour!

June 25-28, 2018

Register with the Richardson Senior Center by May 2, 2018
972-744-7800
$1,490 per person, double occupancy or
$1,805 per person, single

There are 300 years-worth of themes to enjoy in the Crescent City. We will hit all of these features:

  • History
    • Walking tours of the French Quarter and the Garden District with local historians.
    • Harbor tour and visit to the site of the Battle of New Orleans on the paddlewheeler Creole Queen – where Andy Jackson defeated the British!
    • Modern history — the results of Katrina, 20th century neighborhoods, the New Canal Museum.
    • Confederate Hall — history and memorabilia of New Orleans’ role in The Wahr.
    • World War II Museum. The incredible movie, the exhibits, lunch with Forties-style floor show.
  • Culture
    • French, Spanish, Creole, Catholic, Black — a gumbo of ethnic backgrounds!
    • Private tour of St. Louis Cathedral and its Garden
    • Private tour of Ursuline Convent and its exhibit 300 Years of Catholicism in New Orleans
    • Burial practices: Guided private tour of Lafayette Cemetery
  • Cuisine
    • Some of the World’s Best! We will dine at Court of Two Sisters, Galatoire’s, Arnaud’s, & Commanders Palace. Five meals included in the package, plus five occasions for you to select which fabulous place you want to eat.
  • Music
    The Birthplace of Jazz! Allocated time for you to see the brand new Jazz Museum and to hear live jazz in the French Quarter.
  • Architecture
    It’s all around you, and the guides on our tours around town will point out its characteristics — French, Spanish, American.

Price includes:

  • Transportation from the Richardson Senior Center to Love Field
  • Round-trip air fare on Southwest
  • Three nights at the ROOSEVELT HOTEL on Canal Street
  • Five meals – three lunches and two dinners

Please Note
This tour involves a good deal of walking — the only way one can see the Quarter, the Garden District and much of the City!