St. Louis Cemetery # 1 Tour
This is your chance to learn the accurate historical details regarding the burial grounds and the famous above-ground tombs of The St. Louis Cemetary.
Opening in 1789, St. Louis Cemetary is one of the oldest cemeteries in the area. Explore the history of famous residents who occupy some of the thousands of entombments in a relatively small plot of land. This is the final resting place of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, along with chess master Paul Morphy and many others.
See which spots are featured in famous scenes from films like ‘Easy Rider’ and ‘Storyville’ in this two-hour guided tour through one of New Orleans most famous landmarks!
$25 Per Adult – 2 Hour Tour - Daily 10am & 1pm (10am only on Sundays)
French Quarter Walking Tour
You can’t mention New Orleans without thinking about the French Quarter! The heart of the Crescent City’s unique mix of music, culture, architecture, famous residents, and, of course, the food!
Learn how this beautiful city came to be as you explore some of the most unique architecture in the entire country! Founded in 1718 New Orleans has a rich and exciting history, from the periods of French and Spanish rule to the Louisiana Purchase - this is a real history lesson come to life!
$25 Per Adult – 2 Hour Tour - Daily 4pm
Garden District Walking Tour
A hidden gem just outside the French Quarter lies the stunning and vibrant Garden District. A settling place for the 19th century Americans who were not welcome in the French Quarter, the Garden District is home to stately mansions, beautiful gardens, and majestic oak trees.
Home of past and present celebrities such as John Goodman, Sandra Bullock, Jay-Z and Beyonce, these stunning mansions are even more beautiful than you imagine!
With vibrant gardens and elaborate architecture, you don’t want to miss out on these beautifully kept gems of history. See homes in the style of the Louisiana Raised Cottage and the Classical Italianate, along with the Neoclassical Greek Revival and Baroque Queen Anne styled mansions!