New Orleans Architecture Tours


New Orleans Architecture Foundation

New Orleans Architecture Tours is a proud partner of the New Orleans Architecture Foundation (NOAF). We both share the same mission of educating the public about New Orleans architecture and we both strive for the highest quality educational opportunities.

Whether you are visiting or are a born and raised New Orleanian, we hope you enjoy the unmatched monthly and annual programs of our friends at New Orleans Architecture Foundation, offering monthly tours, keynotes, and annual events. You can also become a Friend of NOAF and support their vision to expand the reach of architecture and design. Make sure to tell them we sent you!


  • #BuildNOLA Happy Hour

    Playbuild NOLA, unCommon Construction and New Orleans Architecture Foundation invite you to come out and participate in our #buildNOLA Happy Hour at the Center for Architecture and Design May 1st, 2018 from 4-7pm!&nbs […]

  • 3rd Annual Fall Home Tour

    Please join New Orleans Architecture Foundation, in partnership with New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles, on Saturday, October 20th for a self-guided tour of eight stunning Uptown / Audubon area homes, where you will learn about the history and architectural significance of each.&nbs […]

  • Poydras Street Tour

    Whether you are visiting or are a born and raised New Orleanian, this tour will give you an in-depth and interesting look into the history of our Central Business District and the architecture that shapes our city's skyline. […]

  • NOAF Building Tour: Iberville Redevelopment

    Join us for a tour of the Iberville Redevelopment in Tremé. The Iberville Projects were one of the low-income Housing Projects of New Orleans. These projects were the last of the New Deal era public housing left in New Orleans. The multi-phase Iberville Onsite redevelopment, led by the Housing Authority of New Orleans and HRI Properties transforms the 23-acre Iberville Public Housing Development, built in 1942 and located adjacent to New Orleans’ famous French Quarter, into a vibrant, mixed-use, mixed-income community. […]

  • What Will We Build Together?

    As New Orleans gears up to celebrate 300 years, everyone seems to be reflecting on the past and future of our city. The team at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, in partnership with the futureNOLA team, has been looking at our recent projects and awesome partners up on the wall for our spring exhibit and thinking about what the future could hold for Small Center as they look forward to their new Director, Ann Yoachim! […]

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