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Pirates and Princesses Holiday Tea at the Swamp

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Kids of all ages will love this unique Pirates and Princesses Cajun Holiday Tea down at Jean Lafitte Swamp Tour. Join us for a festive party including live entertainment, story time, a magic show, photos with Papa Noel himself, and of course a tour of the surrounding swamplands via traditional flat-bottom boat. The little ones will be enthralled by gator sightings - and they even get to hold one themselves! Even those picky eaters will be happy with the Cajun feast provided for lunch including Caesar Salad, Gumbo, Red Beans & Rice, Chicken Tenders & Fries, and Crawfish Eggrolls. We can't forget dessert, the Beignets and Bread Pudding will more than satisfy that sweet tooth.

Inclusions: Magic Show, Story Time, Pictures with Papa Noel, and Swamp Tour.

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Find yourself immersed in an adventure in the marshy swamplands of the Big Easys backyard only 25-minutes away from downtown New Orleans! Jean Lafitte Swamp Tours' trained and local navigators will escort you into the murky waters of Louisiana swamps where you'll get face to face with the beauty and beasts of nature. Located in the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, the Traditional Swamp Tour is one that you will not want to miss.

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Event Date: December 7th, 2019

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  • 10:30am-12:00pm
  • 12:00pm-2:30pm
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