Walking tours are a great way to immerse yourself in each section of the city. In our tours, we focus on the history and architecture of New Orleans. We offer the following tours:
The Garden District was founded in the 1830s by the Americans and the architecture includes stunning mansions of Greek Revival and Italianate style. Book a Garden District Tour now!
The French Quarter is the original city of New Orleans, founded in 1718, by The French. In this neighborhood, visitors learn about French and Spanish Colonial Architecture. Book a French Quarter Tour now!
In this tour, visitors learn about French and Spanish Colonial Architecture, as well as the cities oldest cemetery. Book a Cemetery Combo Tour now!
Named for the “last Creole gentleman,” the colorful Bernard de Marigny, this Historic Register neighborhood has many well-preserved Creole and shotgun cottages, as well as palatial townhouses and mansions on the grand European-style boulevard of Esplanade Avenue. Within easy walking distance to the French Quarter, the Marigny also boasts Frenchmen Street, with numerous venues for local jazz music. Book a Marigny Tour now!
Originally known as “back of town,” Treme was an early 1800s multicultural community formed by immigrants, free people of color, and refugees from Saint-Domingue (Haiti). Today Treme is an important center of the city’s African-American and Creole culture, and the cherished home of fourth and fifth generations residents who strive to maintain the area’s cultural and social traditions. Book a Treme Tour now!
Private tours are great for family reunions, corporate functions or just folks that want a tour guide’s full attention. Private tours are more intimate, geared toward smaller groups, and they can be tailored to meet your specific needs! Book a Private Tour today!