See the different corners of the French Quarter while you are in New Orleans
For two hours, stroll through the French Quarter and its most famous cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Guided by a professional tour guide, enjoy a historical exploration of America’s most interesting neighborhood. Founded in 1718, New Orleans has been home to many colorful inhabitants and happenings. In its beginnings as a French Colony, the city was first settled with Paris' most notorious prison outcasts before the addition of European aristocrats, land-owning gentry. Learn the authentic history of world famous pirates, voodoo, creole culture, renowned cuisine, and European architecture
See and hear the history of Jackson Square, the Mississippi River, St. Louis Cathedral, The Cabildo, The Presbytere, Café du Monde, The French Market, Madame John’s Legacy, the Baroness Pontalba, Andrew Jackson, The Battle of New Orleans, The Louisiana Purchase, Marie LaVeau, and Jean Lafitte. The tour includes a visit to St. Louis Cemetery No 1, the oldest cemetery in New Orleans. This City of the Dead is fascinating not only for the people buried in it but also for its funerary architecture. Notable residents include Marie LaVeau, Homer Plessy, Bernard de Marigny, and Ettienne Bore.