Make your day joyful by engaging yourself in an exceptional tour which is offered by Mardi Gras World. This amusement venue was established in 1932 by Roy Kern and Blaine. At first, as you enter this spot you are supposed to visit the float den where you will notice the fine craftsmanship of various artists who are making spectacular props and floats. It offers a one-hour tour to entertain the visitors. If you want to organize any private events, the separate room of Mardi Gras World is there for you.
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Mardi Gras World-west Reviews & Ratings
Wonderful! Our guide was so friendly and funny and extremely knowledgeable about Mardi Gras, which I’m sure you need to be but I felt the need to mention. I really enjoyed how we were able to walk around freely after the tour and take as many pics as we wanted. They also let us try king cake! Gift shop had tons of fun things as well.
I don't think I will ever come to another venue during the summer months here again. The distance between parking and the entrance is terrible if you have on heels. Once you get inside setup is nice but it is hot as hell in there. This would really be a nice spot if you did not have to walk so far through rocks to get in and if it was not so humid inside.
A very interesting stop on any trip to the big easy! Here you'll see all of the floats, massive larger then life figurines all made here! We thoroughly enjoyed this experience. My bet is you will too!!
Tour guide was knowledgeable and engaging. He cracked a few jokes and was able to answer questions. It's both interesting for the history and the craftsmanship involved.
What a place!!! Just right beside the waterfront. The place could be a bit more clean and organized. Thats it. But really enjoyed their eating place and pubs, underneath the dark sky with so many stars!!!