Learn what makes each New Orleans neighborhood unique on our Architecture Tours of New Orleans. These walking tours cater to private and small groups so it's easy to maneuver the streets and sidewalks, and make unplanned stops for food, beverages and window shopping.


Jackson Square

Jackson Square

French Quarter Walking Tour

The tour begins at Jackson Square then it's on to the Moonwalk for a panoramic view of the Mississippi River and Jackson Square -- the perfect photo op! Then we move into the narrow streets of the Quarter and discover what New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood is all about: its multi-cultural history, urban design, architecture, colorful inhabitants, food and drink, building codes, music, religious roots and more. 

By the way, this tour is a good time to ask your local guide about all things New Orleans!

French Quarter Tours are 2 hours. Cost: $ 35/person

To book a tour and to arrange a convenient place to begin the tour, please contact Sheila at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com. You may also book online.

French Quarter Tour

benjamin button was filmed here

benjamin button was filmed here

Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery Walking Tour

Take a leisurely stroll around the historic Garden District to view the exquisite homes and gardens of the Americans who settled and made their fortunes here after the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. The tour includes a short walk around historic Lafayette Cemetery #1 where those wealthy businessmen and many Irish and German immigrants are entombed. 

Garden District Tours are 2 hours. Cost: $ 35/person

To book a tour and to arrange a convenient place to begin the tour, please contact Sheila at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com. You may also book online.

Garden District Tour

Unusual triple, two-bay Creole Cottage c. early 1800's, renovated 1976

Unusual triple, two-bay Creole Cottage c. early 1800's, renovated 1976

Faubourg Marigny Walking Tour

Starting at the Mint, we will walk along Esplanade Ave lined with beautiful Creole mansions, then slip into the modest Creole suburb known as The Marigny named after the developer Bernard Marigny. In 1803, Marigny subdivided his plantation into small affordable lots that he sold only to persons who spoke French.

Many refugees from Haiti settled in the Marigny, which added to the population of Free People of Color that called New Orleans 'home.'   Modest creole cottages and shotguns were built, and a commercial strip developed that now has a thriving jazz scene. 

Esplanade Ridge/Marigny tours are 1-1/2 hours. Cost: $30/person.

To book a tour and to arrange a convenient place to begin the tour, please contact Sheila at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com. You may also book online.

Faubourg Marigny

 

 


Future tomb of Nicholas Cage

Future tomb of Nicholas Cage

Combo French Quarter & St Louis #1 Cemetery Walking Tour

This tour combines attractions from both the French Quarter & St Louis #1 Cemetery Tours. Tours last 3 hours. Cost: $65/person.

To book a tour and to arrange a convenient place to begin the tour, please contact Sheila at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com. You may also book online.

 

 


Also available! Modern Architecture Tours and Custom City Tours of New Orleans Neighborhoods by bus or mini van. Visit Magazine St, Uptown, Mid City, Lakefront, City Park, St Roch, Bywater