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French Quarter Walking Tour

Tour code: 245-672
  • Available: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
  • Depart from: New Orleans, LA
  • Duration: 2 Hours
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Visit New Orleans (Beauregard-Keyes House, French Market, French Quarter, Jackson Square, The Cabildo).

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  • Day 1
    New Orleans
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Day 1 New Orleans

After guest have been picked up at the specified departure location, we will embark on this tour, following in the footsteps of New Orleans' greatest figures from history in the iconic French Quarter. First, we will visit the French Market and Jackson Square, traversing the banquettes (sidewalks) of quaint streets named for the various saints and sinners of the city's past. We will learn about the Creoles, founded in 1718 by the French explorer, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne. The last stop on the tour will be the Cabildo, the site of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, where we can see the death mask of Napoleon Bonaparte. Because the Cabildo is closed on Mondays, we will instead visit the Beauregard-Keyes House on those days. Afterwards, we will return to the departure point, where the tour will end. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

The city known as the "Big Easy" is most famous for its colorful and exciting Mardi Gras celebration. Visitors will marvel at its distinctive Cajun culture and cuisine that is unlike anything else in the world.

  • The most famous area of New Orleans is also the oldest. Dating back to the city's founding in 1718, this National Historic Landmark district is known for its nightlife, restaurants, and celebrations. Its most famous locale is Bourbon Street.
  • Long ago, this 6 block market, the largest of its kind in the U.S., was a Native American trading post before the advent of European colonization. Located in the historic French Quarter, it specializes in selling seafood.
    Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • This historic park in the French Quarter is home to the St. Louis Cathedral. It's history dates all the way back to 1721, when it was built by French colonists in the area.
  • During colonial times, this building was the seat of the local government. A national historic landmark, the main chamber is a courthouse. The building is part of one of the Louisiana State Museums.
    Opening Hours: Tue - Sun 10:30am - 4:30pm, Closed Monday
  • This historic residence on Chartres Avenue has been converted into a museum that details the history of the location's past residents, among them P.G.T. Beauregard, a Confederate general in the American Civil War.
    Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 10:00am - 3:00pm, Closed Sunday

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.





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