French Quarter Tours
This post provides details for our daily, guided walking tour of the French Quarter as well as our self-guided GPS-enabled audio tour and our other tours in the Quarter.
WALKING TOUR OF THE FRENCH QUARTER
Famous for its beads and beers on Bourbon Street, the reality of the Vieux Carre far surpasses its Mardi-Gras reputation.
In a city that dazzles the visitor with its remarkable architecture, the French Quarter is certainly a standout, with Spanish, Caribbean, French and American influences.
It’s also a district full of characters: from musicians to magicians to voodoo practitioners.
Join Free Tours by Foot on our French Quarter Tour, as we wander the historic streets and alleys of the Old District, passing by the street theater, peeking into historic churches, discovering hidden courtyards, all while entertaining you with stories of authors, artists, priests, and pirates.
Join us as we uncover the real French Quarter.
Sights we cover on this walking tour of the French Quarter:
- Jackson Square
- St. Louis Cathedral
- The Cabildo
- Pirates Alley
- William Faulkner House
- Tennessee Williams House
- Bourbon Street
- Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop
- and much more…
Check out our self-guided tour of the French Quarter to learn more about what you will see.
Duration: Approximately 2 hours. Approximately 1 mile in length.
When: 10 am Tours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (not offered on Wednesday) | 2 pm Tours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
Or take our anytime GPS-enabled audio tour.
Cost: name-your-own-price tour. Groups of 6-9 must prepay $10/person. Groups of 10 or more must organize a private tour and can read about our options for groups.
We also offer a self-guided, audio tour for you to use anytime you wish. The audio tour is GPS-enabled, so you can also follow on your phone. Downloads cost just $1.99. Here is an audio sample.
We also offer audio tours of the Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery #1 and an audio tour of our Arts, Music and More Tour.
Here is how it works:
Even if you don’t download any tours, you will still have access to valuable information on sightseeing, eating and playing in New Orleans.