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Guided Historical French Quarter Walking Tour

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Highlights
  • Explore the landmarks of New Orleans’ French Quarter on a walking tour
  • Browse local produce and handmade goods at the historic French Market
  • Get a glimpse into Beauregard‐Keyes House or the Cabildo military museum
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Guided Historical French Quarter Walking Tour
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Overview
Learn fascinating French Quarter history on a guided walking tour in New Orleans. Explore the convergence of cultures that defined this famous neighborhood as you stroll through the French Market, past Creole mansions, and along the banks of the Mississippi. Go deeper than other tours with included entrance to Beauregard‐Keyes House or Cabildo military museum (depending on the day) for more insight into Louisiana's past.
What to Expect

Meet your guide in the afternoon at a convenient French Quarter location and explore the boundaries of this historic neighborhood, including the mighty Mississippi, Jackson Square, and waterside French Market. See French and Spanish colonial architecture as you walk past iron-lace balconies and Creole cottages, stopping for a tour of the Beauregard‐Keyes House (Mondays and holidays), where you can enter the studio of American author Frances Parkinson Keyes.

Hear tales from New Orleans’ history, from its founding in 1718 to its evolution into a hub of music, arts, and merry-making. See the Pontalba, the oldest apartment building in the US, and step inside the Cabildo museum (Tuesday through Sunday) where the Louisiana Purchase was signed. Learn how streets like St. Lous and Dumaine got their names, and see literary landmarks like William Faulkner’s former home and the building where Tennessee Williams wrote A Streetcar Named Desire.

The tour ends back at the departure point.

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1 - 5 of 9 reviews

Reviewed 23 June 2018
Don't hesitate - this tour is the best!

I am so glad I signed up for this tour -- the good reviews were right! Our tour guide, Daniel, was so very knowledgeable, on top of being skilled as a tour guide -- making sure the group could all hear what he said, finding...More

Thank DraccyKS
Reviewed 13 June 2018
Great Way to Learn about History

Mary D. was our tour guide of the French Quarter. She was highly knowledgeable about the history of the city and provided us with lots of information about architecture, history, and culture. She also provided us with many fun and practical facts about visiting the...More

Thank traveL6582
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile
Judy was awesome

We love history. Judy was very knowledge, funny, super nice, and so sweet. The tour was about 3 hours and we feel like we learned so much. We were a group of 6 which was nice because she could answer all our questions and none...More

Thank Masbelis S
Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile
French Quarter tour with a local guide

In a 2+ hour trek which included visits to a private garden and courtyard, Mary D. provided us with a fun, fact filled look at the architecture & history of the French Quarter. Mary’s knowledge & humor was appreciated. This tour was an enjoyable time...More

Thank kmakins1
Reviewed 13 March 2018
History lover's must-do

My husband was initially reluctant to cut his visit to the World War II museum short to go on this tour, but he absolutely loved this tour, as did my adult daughter and myself. Our tour guide was Charlie, and he was excellent - a...More

Thank sharolzal
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Response from sharolzal | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I’m not very tech savvy. Can’t remember but if there is a phone number give them a call. Great tour!
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