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City of New Orleans and Katrina Recovery Tour

City of New Orleans and Katrina Recovery Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$49.00

Come hang out with a local for 2.5 to 3 hours and find out why they are so passionate about living in New Orleans. There has to be a reason they'd choose to live in New Orleans, a city that is almost completely under sea level, right? Find out what makes locals and tourists alike love New Orleans so deeply ... More info ›

Come hang out with a local for 2.5 to 3 hours and find out why they are so passionate about living in New Orleans. There has to be a reason they'd choose to live in New Orleans, a city that is almost completely under sea level, right? Find out what makes locals and tourists alike love New Orleans so deeply. They've taken the 5 most popular tours in New Orleans and combined their best elements and turned it into one of the most exciting tours the city has to offer. Create a truly memorable experience when you take the French Quarter tour, Katrina Recovery tour, Historic Cemeteries tour, Garden District tour, and New Orleans Architecture tour all together! Basically, if you're a history buff, then this tour is for you. If you're trying to figure out what to do while you're in New Orleans, well, this tour is for you too.

You will be picked up in front of your hotel by a 15-passenger van. Please be ready outside as the the driver will arrive within 5 to 15 minutes of your scheduled time. The tour aims to be as personable and pleasurable as possible so there is usually only eight to 10 people in the van. This tour will always run, rain or shine, no matter the number of people that booked the tour. Traveling via the tour van allows you to be able to see so much more of the city since many other larger vehicles are not allowed to go deep into the French Quarter, the 9th Ward, or the Garden District. Operating with smaller groups and smaller vehicles allows for more interaction. The environment here will allow you to sit back, relax, and feel comfortable. Please ask as many questions as you want.

Some of the places you'll see include French Quarter, Frenchmen Street, Marigny Neighborhood, 9th Ward, Musician's Village, Treme Neighborhood, Esplanade Avenue, Bayou Saint John, City Park, Lake Pontchartrain, 17th Street Canal, Historic Above Ground Cemetery, Carrollton Avenue, Oldest Streetcar in the World, Saint Charles Avenue, Tulane and Loyola Universities, Garden District, Famous Homes, Magazine Street, National WWII Museum, and the Warehouse and Arts District. The tour concludes as you enter the Central Business District.

If you would prefer to be dropped off somewhere in the French Quarter, you can request to do so. Otherwise, you will be brought back to your hotel.

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St. Louis Cemetery Number 1 Small-Group Walking Tour

St. Louis Cemetery Number 1 Small-Group Walking Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$15.00

This 45-minute introductory tour of 10 or less takes you through New Orleans oldest above ground cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery #1 ... More info ›

This 45-minute introductory tour of 10 or less takes you through New Orleans oldest above ground cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery #1. No longer open to the public due to vandalism, you are now required to have a guide. Through expert storytelling your guide brings the colorful history of one of America's most unique cities to life. Marvel at the beauty of the 200+ year old city of the dead. Learn how thousands upon thousands of people were buried within one city block. Learn about Voodoo and jazz music and the contributions of free people of color. This brief tour is something you will never forget.

Meet-up with your guide in morning or afternoon near Conti Street and North Rampart, just outside the French Quarter, and begin with a brief introduction about the cemetery and history of New Orleans. Take a leisurely stroll through the cemetery while your guide describes burial practices, and points out the tombs of Marie Laveau, Homer Plesssy, and Nicolas Cage and weaves interesting stories about the history of the city as you comb through the city of the dead. Cold water may be purchased near the door of the cemetery.

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The Infamous City of the Dead Cemetery Tour

The Infamous City of the Dead Cemetery Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

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From USD
$20.00

Visit New Orleans' oldest, most active, and most haunted cemetery! There are over 100,000+ dead! This walking tour of St. Louis Cemetery #1 is led by a local guide and has a duration of 2 hours.

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Visit New Orleans' oldest, most active, and most haunted cemetery! There are over 100,000+ dead! This walking tour of St. Louis Cemetery #1 is led by a local guide and has a duration of 2 hours.

St. Louis Cemetery #1 houses the tombs of many notable historic figures, most notably that of the esteemed Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau. Her tomb is the 2nd most visited gravesite in the USA, behind only Elvis’! Bring your camera to capture the picturesque decay, and if you’re lucky, some paranormal activity.

Collect your prayers and wishes. This is the ONLY cemetery tour that performs a unique group ritual/blessing at the tomb of Marie Laveau. Along the way, you'll make a brief stop at Congo Square to hear some of the rich VOODOO history, and then, you'll visit one of the cities' first mortuaries!

Be amazed!!!

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Historique Vieux Carré Walking Tour

Historique Vieux Carré Walking Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$19.00

History, Architecture, and Creole Culture - this is a crash course in New Orleans history. This 2 hour  walking tour has plenty of fun facts and true stories to entertain even the veteran visitor to the city.

We will answer often asked questions such as:

  • Why build a city in a swamp?
  • Why do they call it a po-boy?
  • Was there really a streetcar named Desire?
The historic landmarks you will visit are:
  • Jackson Square and the Saint Louis Cathedral
  • Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Tavern
  • First Pharmacy in the United States
  • Old Ursaline Convent, the oldest building in New Orleans

Subjects will include:

  • Colonial & Antebellum Life
  • Creole Cuisine
  • Architecture
  • History

Follow your guide through three centuries of intriguing history and creole culture.
Your leisurely stroll through the Vieux Care' (Old Square), as the French Quarter is properly known will begin at the statue of the city founder, Jean Baptiste de le Moyne Sieur de Bienville.  As the tour progresses, your guide will explain the different types of architecture and how it was adapted to the hot, humid climate ... More info ›

History, Architecture, and Creole Culture - this is a crash course in New Orleans history. This 2 hour  walking tour has plenty of fun facts and true stories to entertain even the veteran visitor to the city.

We will answer often asked questions such as:

  • Why build a city in a swamp?
  • Why do they call it a po-boy?
  • Was there really a streetcar named Desire?
The historic landmarks you will visit are:
  • Jackson Square and the Saint Louis Cathedral
  • Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Tavern
  • First Pharmacy in the United States
  • Old Ursaline Convent, the oldest building in New Orleans

Subjects will include:

  • Colonial & Antebellum Life
  • Creole Cuisine
  • Architecture
  • History

Follow your guide through three centuries of intriguing history and creole culture.
Your leisurely stroll through the Vieux Care' (Old Square), as the French Quarter is properly known will begin at the statue of the city founder, Jean Baptiste de le Moyne Sieur de Bienville.  As the tour progresses, your guide will explain the different types of architecture and how it was adapted to the hot, humid climate. Bring your camera because there will be plenty of examples of Creole cottages, townhouses, and shotgun houses. Many of them are adorned with wooden gingerbread or elaborate cast or wrought iron balconies and galleries.

The journey through the French Quarter will provide photo ops of historical and cultural landmarks.
One popular stop is Jackson Square. Here, you can expect a narration on buildings that surround it, including the St. Louis Cathedral and the Square's namesake. Visitors always ask us, so your guide will also point out several locations used in movies such as Runaway JuryDouble Jeopardy, and NCIS: New Orleans. 

The tour will conclude at the French Market.
We believe that this is the absolute best spot to end a tour. Nearby, to almost whatever you might want or need at the end of a 2 hour walking tour. It is in very close proximity to restrooms, food, drink, shopping, pedi-cabs, a streetcar stop and Frenchman street.

This tour is limited to only 15 guests per day!
The city of New Orleans allows for tour groups to operate with up to 30 guests. We at Storyville Tour Company believe that is a disservice to those guests. We limit this tour group to only 15 people because we want them to have the best experience. We want everyone in the group to be able to hear our guides, without interrupting a family eating on their gallery. We also want you to ask your questions and not to give rushed answers. We believe you will find this to be a very enjoyable experience.

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New Orleans' St. Louis Cemetery Number 1 Tour

New Orleans' St. Louis Cemetery Number 1 Tour - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$17.00

This is a 60-90 minute walking tour of the Saint Louis Cemetery #1. Established in 1789, just outside of the French Quarter, the city's oldest cemetery has more than 50,000 residents in this 'city of the dead' ... More info ›

This is a 60-90 minute walking tour of the Saint Louis Cemetery #1. Established in 1789, just outside of the French Quarter, the city's oldest cemetery has more than 50,000 residents in this 'city of the dead'. You will be guided through the labyrinth of above ground tombs that are more than two centuries old by an experienced and licensed tour guide. The tour will meet at Armstrong Park and walk through historic Congo Square on the way to the cemetery. 

Visit the tombs of

Homer Plessy, Civil Rights leader

Marie Laveau, Queen of Voodoo

* Tomb featured in the movie, Easy Rider

Future, final resting place of actor Nicholas Cage

Subjects include

*Voodoo

* Code Noir

* Yellow Fever

* Jazz Funeral 

*Tomb Styles

ONLY 15 GUESTS PER TOUR GROUP!

The tour meets and departs from the main entrance of Armstrong Park, 801 N. Rampart Street

Our graveyards are fairly unique
We like to begin this tour by giving an explanation of colonial geography and life. It will help you to understand the reason of why we have our graveyards above the ground. You will learn the location and the fate of previous graveyards, such as Saint Peter Cemetery. The tour will pass through Congo Square and hear about the Code Noir and Voodoo. It is here that we will explain how music would play a crucial role in local funeral customs. Then, it is off to the main attraction, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.

History, Architecture, Dead People
Once you reach the graveyard, we will explain how we entomb our dead. You will be shown several styles of tombs and explained how they work. Though out the cemetery you will also learn to identify symbols commonly associated with death. Of course, the highlight of this tour is the voodoo queen Marie Laveau's tomb. She is not the only notable from the city's past residing here. You will meet them all!

This tour will conclude outside of the Basin Street Visitors Center. 
501 Basin Street. This visitor's center has public restrooms and air-conditioning! There is also a pay parking lot available for those driving who wish to park at the end of the tour.

THIS TOUR IS LIMITED TO ONLY 15 GUESTS
The city allows tour groups of 30 to operate, but we feel that is a disservice to those on the tour. We want everyone to be able to see and hear comfortably. Operating a group limited to 15 people will provide an opportunity to interact with your guide on a level that larger groups cannot accommodate. We will let you ask questions and not give you rushed answers.

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Private Chauffeured and Historian Guided City Tour of New Orleans

Private Chauffeured and Historian Guided City Tour of New Orleans - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

From USD
$495.00

A three-hour private city tour of the many beautiful historic districts in and around New Orleans. This tour has both a chauffeur and historian tour guide whom can customize the tour to fit your specific interests whether it be music, history, architecture, horticulture, or all of the above.

You can schedule this tour at anytime of your choosing ... More info ›

A three-hour private city tour of the many beautiful historic districts in and around New Orleans. This tour has both a chauffeur and historian tour guide whom can customize the tour to fit your specific interests whether it be music, history, architecture, horticulture, or all of the above.

You can schedule this tour at anytime of your choosing. Your chauffeur and historian tour guide will pick you up at your hotel and drop you off wherever you please. On this tour, you will see the striking diversity of New Orleans' neighborhoods, the reborn Lower Ninth Ward with its famed 'Brad Pitt Homes' and Harry Connick Jr. inspired, volunteer-built 'Musicians' Village.' The old American Sector, better known today as the 'Warehouse/Arts District,' is trendy and constantly changing. In the Garden District, centuries old oak trees line the avenues that are home to stately Victorian mansions and exquisite gardens. The tour concludes at Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, arguably America's most infamous graveyard and an ancient historic treasure.

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