New Orleans (May 29, 2018): The Sightseeing Pass, a New York City based travel and tourism company announced the launch of their new destination, New Orleans last month, bringing their roster of cities to nine across the US. The New Orleans Sightseeing Pass joins New York City, Washington DC, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, Key West, Puerto Rico and Nashville in an effort to provide affordable sightseeing to domestic and international visitors in every market across the country.

‘The Big Easy’ is one of the most popular destinations in the South for both domestic and international travelers due to its vibrant culture, complex history and incredible music and food scenes. With The Sightseeing Pass, visitors can explore the French Quarter, Garden City, the legacy of jazz music and Mardi Gras, and many more through a variety of tours and museums.

The New Orleans Sightseeing Pass includes many of the city’s most popular and interesting experiences. Highlights include the Audubon Zoo, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Degas House, National WWII Museum and the popular City Sightseeing Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tour.

The Sightseeing Pass offers flexible sightseeing options for every type of traveler. In New Orleans, travelers choose a 3, 4, 5 or 6 attraction FLEX Pass and visit any combination of attractions and tours available over a 30 day period. The more ambitious visitors can chose the 1, 3, 3 or 5 day pass for unlimited sightseeing.

About The Sightseeing Pass:  A team of tourism industry veterans set out to provide the most comprehensive sightseeing experiences to a wide variety of visitors and launched Sightseeing Pass in 2016, partnering with Gray Line City Sightseeing New York and hundreds of partners across the US. Now The Sightseeing Pass operates in 9 cities and plans an expansion across the US as well as international markets.

In addition to included admissions, businesses can offer special discounts for dining and shopping. New partners are being added on a regular basis. For more information, please contact

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