Walking Tour of The French Quarter

by New Orleans Secrets Tours
  • Location
    New Orleans, United States of America
  • Duration
  • Group Size
    Up to 100+ guests
  • Language(s)
    • English
  • $


Join us for this French Quarter tour showcasing its historic sights, and sounds.

On this walking tour, we will discuss such things as history, architecture, cuisine, and movie locations. We may even sneak a peek into some of the beautiful Creole courtyards!

Perfect as a French Quarter orientation or for those looking to enrich their New Orleans knowledge.

Sights and Topics Include:

The Mighty Mississippi River

Jackson Square

Café du Monde

Bourbon Street

Ursuline Convent

Pirate’s Alley

 History of Dueling in St. Anthony’s Garden

Famous TV and Movie filming spots

Mardi Gras

French Market, and more!

You’ll also learn about some of the best New Orleans restaurants and the city’s most famous dishes…and where to get them!

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New Orleans Secrets tours
New Orleans Secrets Tours

New Orleans Secrets was created to provide interesting and entertaining tours for those who wish to learn about our incredibly unique city. We offer history, laughs, a bit of New Orleans magic and plenty of “ah ha!” moments for tourist and locals alike to enjoy. Our goal is to ensure every guest has a great time with a new-found love and appreciation for this historically and culturally significant city!

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  • Lisa S. - Passport Club Member - Globetrotter

    Mark was a pleasant and informative guide. I like the ghost story about the restaurant that sets a place for the ghost! He should do more ghost stories like that because I like the way he tells them and New Orleans is filled with spectral phenomena and narratives. Well done.

  • University Village at Thousand Oaks - Globetrotter

    Our residents felt that Mark was full of interesting information and easy to understand and hear. His closed captioning was better than previous ones.

  • Lynn, MA - Council on Aging - Voyager

    Mark was very kind and personable. Stayed very engaged during the tour! Thank you