• French Quarter

Birmingham and New Orleans Multi Centre

Combine Alabama's traditional 'down home' cooking with the Creole flavours of New Orleans on this seven day journey. With its rich history, eclectic arts scene and world famous BBQ Birmingham is the perfect place to start your journey through the Deep South. Visit the historic district to learn about Alabama's impact on the Civil Rights Movement, and stop by some of the cities other world-class attractions such as Barber Motorsports Museum and the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. Then head on down the Birthplace of Jazz, New Orleans and spend some time exploring the Big Easy.

7 days
Private basis
Start your journey
Wintzells Oyster House

Trip highlights

  • Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
  • 16th Street Baptist Church
  • Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum
  • Bourbon Street
  • The French Market
  • Jackson Square

Discover the largest city in Alabama and learn more about its varied history. This historic downtown area is a great place to explore on foot. Stop at important civil rights sites, like the 16th Street Baptist Church, pick up a souvenir in one of the quirky shops on 3rd Avenue North and grab a bite to eat in the Loft District.

Lively New Orleans is the perfect place to end your stay in the Deep South. Wander through the cobbled streets of the French Quarter where live music can be heard in the many bars and cafes. Discover the beautiful houses in the Garden District or take a paddlesteamer ridealong the mightyMississippi River.