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. Anyone interested in the architecture and urban design of this unique American city will enjoy our walking tours.


 Ursulines st in the French Quarter

Ursulines st in the French Quarter

French Quarter Walking Tour

Take this tour as soon as you arrive to get the lay of the land! You will get an intro to history, architecture, food, drink so you'll know where to go on your own later. 

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

French Quarter Tours are 1-1/2 hours. Cost: $ 35/person. Bookings are required. 

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR GROUP TOURS OF 10 OR MORE. CONTACT SHEILA FOR DETAILS at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com 

 Ready for mardi gras on st charles ave

Ready for mardi gras on st charles ave

Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery Walking Tour

This is a leisurely stroll around the historic Lafayette Cemetery #1 and Garden District, originally settled by the Americans who migrated here to make fortunes after the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Now the neighborhood of Sandra Bullock, John Goodman and the Mannings of football fame. If you like, tour may be extended to include po-boys in the Irish Channel, and window shopping along Magazine Street. Just let me know in advance.

Garden District Tours are 1-1/2 hours. Cost: $ 35/person. Bookings are required.

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR GROUP TOURS OF 10 OR MORE. CONTACT SHEILA FOR DETAILS at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com 

 Frenchmen St in the Marigny

Frenchmen St in the Marigny

Esplanade and Marigny Walking Tour

We begin our tour at the Mint and walk along the Esplanade Ave neutral ground, which is bounded by beautiful Creole mansions.  The we 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 and Marigny tours are 1-1/2 hours. Cost: $30/person. Bookings are required.

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR GROUP TOURS OF 10 OR MORE. CONTACT SHEILA FOR DETAILS at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com 


 Future tomb of Nicholas Cage

Future tomb of Nicholas Cage

Combo French Quarter & St Louis #1 Cemetery Walking Tour

This tour is a perfect introduction to New Orleans- the city, its culture and its people. It combines attractions from both the French Quarter & St Louis #1 Cemetery Tours. ( And you will get in around 8,000 steps!)

Tours last 2 hours. Cost: $65/person. Bookings are required.

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR GROUP TOURS OF 10 OR MORE.CONTACT SHEILA FOR DETAILS at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com 


Also available!  Custom City Tours of New Orleans Neighborhoods by bus or mini van. Visit Magazine St, Uptown, Mid City, Lakefront, City Park, St Roch, Bywater. Contact Sheila at 504-909-9368 or info@welcomeneworleanstours.com