Religious Heritage, Museums / Culture, City
Kid Friendly: Yes.
This is a walking tour which is approximately eight blocks. There is a 10 minute break at the Visitors Center. Water and snacks are available for purchase.
Maximum travelers: 10
Visit St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, the Treme & the French Quarter with a local guide!
The St. Louis Number 1 is one of the most famous and oldest cemeteries in the country.
You will learn about our very fascinating burial process. I'll explain how and why we bury our dead above ground.
We'll visit the gravesite of our famous "Voodoo Queen, " Marie Laveau, debatable, the second most visited grave in the United States.
As we stroll in Louis Armstrong Park, located in the Treme area, hear the fascinating history of Jazz, the Mardi Gras Indian tradition and visit the site of Congo Square.
Prepare to hear and see the unique and ornate architecture of the creole cottages, shotgun houses, and some of the famous occupants of the homes. Other sites include Jackson Square, the heart of the French Quarter and the surrounding area.
During this tour we will visit:
- Place 1 French Quarter
- Place 2 Treme
- Place 3 Visitors Center
- Place 4 St. Louis #1 Cemetery
The tour is designed as a Walking Tour.
If you have any special request I can customize the itinerary for you.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Tours will meet in Jackson Square directly across from Muriel's restaurant.
801 Chartres Street.
End location: Tours will end at Basin Street Visitors Center.
501 Basin Street. Just 1/2 block fo the St. Louis #1 Cemetery.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
This is a walking tour.
This is a walking tour. Customers can be prepared to purchase water and snacks at the Visitor's Center during a 10 minute break.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 USD - Tourist Center has snacks, water and souvenirs for purchase
Lunch is not included in the price of the tour. I can provide recommendations.
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Muriel was spectacular as our guide! She was personable and made our group of college students feel at ease and comfortable for an evening tour of the French Quarter. Her knowledge of the history and culture was inspiring and she left the group wanting to know even more about the great history of New Orleans. I would recommend her to any group. Thanks for a wonderful tour, great communication and impeccable professionalism.