Our Group Tours are limited to 15 guests for a more personal experience. Reservations must be made at least 2 hours before the tour begins.
We also offer a Private Tour Option for all of our tours. You can use the buyout option on any of our tours for a “private experience” for your personal group of friends and family.
St. Louis Cemetery #1
Travel the labyrinth of old and new tombs in the Crescent City’s oldest and most famous cemetery! Among the dozens of prominent citizens, the tomb of legendary voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, is the most attended. This is our most popular tour and people are dying to get in!
St. Louis Cemetery #1 & #2
There are fifty one cemeteries in New Orleans, but only two with in walking distance of the French Quarter. This is the exact same tour as our Saint Louis Cemetery Tour, but it has been expanded to include the Saint Louis Cemetery # 2. In the first cemetery you will meet many notable creoles who influenced New Orleans.
The Sounds of Nola Tour
The Sounds of Nola tour is a look at New Orleans’ international influence on pop culture in regards to the music industry. You will see where musical legends first performed and the first Rock n Roll recording studio in the world. This tour travels through the French quarter and Armstrong Park.
Garden District Tour
One of the most Architecturally diverse neighborhoods in the United States, The Garden District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Located upriver from the French Quarter along Saint Charles Avenue, it is an inspiring example of Antebellum New Orleans.
Legends and Superstitions
**THIS TOUR RETURNS IN SEPTEMBER** Extremely limited. This AFTER HOURS tour only occurs once a month. Unlike our daily cemetery tour which is focused on the historical and practical reasons for New Orleans unique cemeteries, the Legends and Superstitions Tour will take guests through the cemetery to dig deep into local legends regarding the cemetery’s most famous inhabitants.
Historique Vieux Carre’
History, Architecture and Culture! This is a crash course in New Orleans History. We will answer questions like: Why build a city in a swamp? Why do they call it a ‘poboy’? Was there really a streetcar named Desire? This tour has plenty of fun facts and true stories to entertain even the veteran visitor to our city.