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TOURS NEW ORLEANS

French Quarter History Tour
8:30am Early Bird or 10:30 am

CANCELLATION POLICY:

For public walking tours such as "Early Bird", “Foodie for a Day” , “Bubbles and Bites” , etc. tours  and dinner club, once purchased, all tickets sold are nonrefundable and cannot be rescheduled or exchanged. The tour is held rain or shine, unless it is severe weather. If tour fails to meet minimum enrollment, or there is severe weather, we may we cancel the tour. In this case only Destination Kitchen will contact guests to reschedule or offer a refund.

If our tour times do not work for you, OR you have a large group, please Contact Us to arrange for a private tour.

TOUR FACTS:

 

TOUR STARTS at 8:30 am or 10:30 am

 

COOLER EARLIER! Are you an early riser? Don't want to waste the day? Kids sleeping in and you're bored? TAKE THE 8:30 AM 

 

THIS TOUR....offered at 10:30am and 2:00 pm by appointment (minimums apply)

  • 2 hour walking tour of historic French Quarter with plenty of time to see the rest of New Orleans

  • Meet in JACKSON SQUARE 

  • Knowledgeable guides

  • Go rain or shine

 

COST:

 

  • $22.00 Adults 

  • • $15.00 Children under 10 

  • *GROUPS WELCOME (Discount for 6 or more $29.00)

  • Note: Guide and host gratuities are always appreciated. 

TOUR DESCRIPTION:

 

Experience a memorable two-hour walking tour in one of the oldest communities in the United States: the historic Vieux Carré in New Orleans. Next, you will travel through the French Quarter or the Vieux Carré, the oldest sector of the city. Today, the French Quarter offers an exciting vision of the historic greatness of New Orleans with its narrow streets, French and Spanish architecture and the oldest Cathedral and apartment buildings in America. Courtyards, patios, intriguing alleys, artists and musicians on every corner, outdoor markets, and a wide array of internationally famous restaurants make the French Quarter the heart of New Orleans.