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New Orleans Power Pass promotion codes and coupons October 2020

Discover everything N’arlens has to offer. Check out these New Orleans Power Pass promo codes to save time and money when visiting must-see attractions.


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The New Orleans Power Pass is a travel and sightseeing package and pass that is designed to help visitors save time and money and maximise their experience in New Orleans.

The pass is an all-in-one ticket that guarantees free entry into museums, tours, and other attractions. If you have always wanted to see New Orleans, this is great way to start.

New Orleans Power Pass promotion codes and coupons

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What’s included in the New Orleans Power Pass?

AttractionFree EntryFast-Track Entry
Adventures in New Orleans Bus TourYesYes
Paddle Wheeler Creole Queen CruiseYesYes
New Orleans Audubon AquariumYesYes
New Orleans Audubon ZooYesYes
Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras WorldYesYes
National WWII MuseumYesYes
San Francisco Plantation HouseYesYes
The CabildoYesYes
Cooking Demonstration ClassYesYes
Audubon Park Golf CourseYesYes
French Quarter Phantoms Walking TourYesYes
Tour of the Oak Alley PlantationYesYes
Ultimate Swamp Adventures TourYesYes
The 1850 HouseYesYes
Louisiana Children’s MuseumYesYes
Longue Vue House and GardensYesYes
Entergy IMAX TheatreYesYes
Civil War MuseumYesYes
Aududon Butterfly Garden and InsectariumYesYes
Musee Conti Historical Wax MuseumYesYes
New Orleans Museum of ArtYesYes
Haunted History Walking TourYesYes
Old US MintYesYes
The Historic New Orleans Collection TourYesYes

New Orleans Power Pass Review | Pros and Cons


  • Great introduction. If it's your first time in New Orleans, The Power Pass is great way to start because to introduces you the city sights and gives visitors ideas for things to see and do.
  • Save money. The price you pay for the pass is much less than the sum of all the tickets bought separately.
  • Miss the queues. The Power Pass gives you priority entry to all of the attractions.


  • Be careful with the time you first validate your pass. Pass ‘days’ are counted per calendar day, rather than in a 24 hour cycle. When you validate your pass at the first attraction it will be counted as the first day. To get the best value from your pass, and give yourself enough time, make sure you start in the morning,

How can I get my New Orleans Power Pass?

You can purchase your New Orleans Power Pass online and pick it up from the New Orleans Central Reservation Centre. The centre is open seven days a week, and conveniently located in the center of town.

What forms of payment does New Orleans Power Pass accept?

  • Visa
  • PayPal
  • MasterCard
  • American Express

What is the New Orleans Power Pass returns policy?

If your plans change, don’t worry! Unused passes bought online can be returned for a full refund under the money back guarantee. Contact the office at New Orleans Power Pass to make a claim.

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