Take a guided tour of the French Quarter and learn how Creole culture became the heart and soul of New Orleans
Peek inside a traditional gas lamp factory exposing a century of craftsmanship behind NOLA’s iconic lanterns
Enter the Presbytère Museum where exhibits detail Mardi Gras and Hurricane Katrina
Wander the most historical spaces of Jackson Square
Visit the most haunted structure in the French Quarter and pass through its infamous séance room
Taste a beignet from the world-famous Café du Monde
The Tango Belt Exchange Place
Local Cocktail Bar
Pontalba Apartments (outside)
St. Louis Cathedral (outside)
Café du Monde
Pre-reserved ticket to Presbytère Museum
Local English-speaking guide
Expertly guided walking tour
A storied walking tour through a neighborhood saturated in legend
Verified Customer Reviews
based on 16 reviews
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We loved our NO walking tour. Our guide, Jet, was terrific…knowledgeable, fun and went at a perfect pace. We will definitely take a Walks tour again!
Nov 16, 2022
· 75 or older years
We wasted too much time on a 20 min. break which should have been 10 min. Otherwise, it would have been fine. Our tour guide was fine, but a little too politically correct.
Feb 18, 2020
We visited places we would not have noticed without participating in this tour and learned lesser known facts and myths about each place on the tour. We also received recommendations on restaurants and other sites (sights?) beyond the scope of this tour.
Feb 04, 2020
A great tour on the historical side of the French Quarter! Our guide was fun and informative. Would definitely take another tour with Walks. Missing the Beignets already!
Jan 17, 2020
The tour was interesting and we enjoyed it very much. The tour guide was a bit distracted at times and often we felt rushed when we wanted to see some historical facts and landmarks further or when we wanted to take pictures she was always ahead at next place continuing her tour with the other 2 only people on the tour while our family of 4 was left behind. At the cafe du monde we were standing to eat our beignets and coffees we paid for while there were many empty tables. We found that upsetting.
All in all the tour was interesting but the guide lacked a bit of professionalism and clarity