Disclosure: The following is a sponsored post highlighting the New Orleans Power Pass. All opinions and thoughts are my own.
Last week I introduced you to the New Orleans Power Pass. With the New Orleans Power Pass you can visit up to 26 top New Orleans, Louisiana Attractions for one fee. The top 10 New Orleans attractions alone would cost $250.95 but if you plan on visiting the area for a few days, follow along as I show you how to utilize your Power Pass and make the most of your upcoming NOLA getaway.
Once you purchase your New Orleans Power Pass be sure to visit: VISITicket.com. You can purchase 1, 2, 3 and 5 consecutive day Power Passes. Once you determine how many days you will purchase start to plan each day accordingly.
Plan your New Orleans Power Pass Day by location and time each attraction is available. Parking can be costly so visiting as many museums or attractions by location is a must! Also, the more expensive attractions should begin your day in order to maximize savings. For instance, if you start your day with a swamp tour you can plan lunch and follow with a few museums prior to dinner.
My husband and I decided to have a “New Orleans Date Day”. Our Saturday morning began by experiencing the Adventures in New Orleans City Tour By Bus. Once you purchased your New Orleans Power Pass online, you can pick up the actual passes at the Adventures in New Orleans Visitor Center which is also home to the Adventures in New Orleans City Tour By Bus. We booked our bus tour at 10 a.m to ensure we got the most bang for our travel buck. The bus tour alone can cost up to $46 but admission is included in your New Orleans Power Pass.
The bus tour is not something my husband or I would normally chose but we thought it would be a fun way to step outside our comfort zone and try something that many tourist seem to enjoy. The 3 hour tour took us all over the New Orleans like the French Quarter, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the famous French Market, Bourbon Street, Esplanade Ave. and the Riverfront.
The tour also included stops at Saint Roch Cemetery and City Park where we enjoyed beignets and cafe au lait at Morning Call and a stroll through City Park’s Sculpture Garden before heading back to our original starting point on Canal St.
Once our tour was complete we walked a few blocks to the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and Entergy IMAX® Theatre. At this point my husband & I would have spent $79-$82 dollars on admission but with the New Orleqns Power Pass we would have paid ONE Price!
After lunch on Bourbon Street, my husband and I decided to visit a few museums before calling it a day but keep in mind we had balanced out our savings before lunch! We could have reserved our spot at the New Orleans School of Cooking Cooking Demonstration Class (a $25.00 value) or played a round of golf at Audubon Park Golf Course (a $35 value).
Imagine the fun you could enjoy with a 5 day New Orleans Power Pass?!? Right now you can purchase a 5 day Power Pass for $136.49 per adult!
What attractions would you like to visit when traveling to New Orleans?