French Quarter

Tours available from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 7 days a week 

 Come see the place where the Louisiana Purchase was signed, the magnificent Pontalba townhouses and some of the most breathtaking architecture, while taking the French Quarter tour.

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Garden District

Tours available from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 7 days a week 

See the variety of architectural styles such as, Greek Revival, Ital ianate, while visiting the place where Jefferson Davis spent his last hours.Cast your eyes upon the home of our latest great contributor to the  New Orleans' landscape, Sandra Bullock.

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Cemetery

Tours available from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 7 days a week

Our unusual burial practices are explored on one the many cemetery tours offered. Meet Marie Laveau, the first lady of Voodoo, as well a shrewd businesswoman. While seeing where such people as, Bernard de Marigny is buried, cast your attention on the many society tombs.

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Ghost

 Tours available nightly At 7:00 pm 7 days a week

 Look for apparitions as you wander through the French Quarter on THE FAMOUS GHOST TOUR. The ghost of Julie, the beautiful, betrayed octoroon might just appear; or that evil, nasty, Delphine LaLaurie may rear her head.  While passing Le Petit theatre, listen for the ghosts who live within.   

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Literary

Tours available from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 7 days a week 

 The Literary Tour will engage you with famous authors of the past as well as introduce you to some quite unique ones in the present.  Let's see what Tennessee and  Faulkner were up to at their respective residences while strolling the Literary Tour. Let's not forget our man about town, George Washington Cable, whose writings about the Creoles made for some  debatable discussions. 

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Free People of Color

Tours available from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 7 days a week 

Our Free People of Color Tour (f.p.c.), will  highlight a distinguished group of people whose contributions in such areas as: architecture, business, literature, agriculture and industry, is very much a story to itself.  The Free People of Color (f.p.c.) Tour will trace the steps of people whose contributions help shape New Orleans into the city it has become. Norbert Rillieux, engineer and inventor, whose most known for his invention of the multiple - effect evaporator, which  revolutionized the sugar  Industry. Meet Edmund Dede, child prodigy on the violin who would go on to be a great conductor of the famous orchestra at the Theatre l'Alcazar as well as write many magnificent compositions of his own.  Henriette Delille, foundress of The Sisters of the Holy  Family, who is one step away from sainthood, did selfless work with slaves, and free people of color (gens de couleur libres).

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