Walk through the neighborhood of the historic Garden District in the American Sector while being dazzled by the opulent wealth of the early settlement of the Americans!
French Quarter Walking Tour
Get Out And Explore The "Center Of Town"
- Start Location: 1241 Decatur Street, New Orleans Louisiana 70116
- Adult (ages 12+)
- Child (ages 6-11)
Walking Tour in the French Quarter
Embark on a remarkable and immersive journey that will transport you through the annals of history as you explore the vibrant heart of New Orleans on our French Quarter Walking Tour. This experience promises to be a captivating adventure like no other. As you stroll through the cobbled streets of this enchanting neighborhood, you’ll feel like you’ve taken a giant leap back in time, surrounded by architectural treasures that have stood for over two centuries, reflecting the enduring influence of Spanish and French colonial aesthetics.
The French Quarter is not merely a place; it’s a living, breathing testament to the past, and our tour is your gateway to unlock its mysteries. Immerse yourself in the rich history, culture, and captivating charm of this historic district as we guide you through its winding alleys and hidden courtyards.
During our tour, you’ll have the unique opportunity to unearth the colonial secrets that still linger in the very stones and ironwork of the Quarter, and uncover the captivating stories woven into the fabric of its timeless structures. Every step you take will reveal a new layer of history, a hidden gem, or a tale waiting to be told. This journey promises to be a deep dive into the soul of New Orleans, a city that has been shaped by centuries of tradition, culture, and vibrant history.
Get ready to be swept away on an adventure that will not only educate and inspire but leave you with unforgettable memories of the French Quarter’s enduring allure. Join us as we open the doors to the past and bring history to life right before your eyes.
- Old U.S. Mint
- New Orleans Jazz Museum
- Historic French Market
- Esplanade Avenue
- Royal Street
- LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House
- Ursuline Convent
- Madame John’s Legacy
- Jackson Square
- The Cabildo
- The Presbytere
- Cafe Du Monde
- Mississippi River
- And more!