Strange True Tours
New Orleans Best Walking Tours Of The French Quarter And Garden District
Small Group And Private Walking Tours Of The French Quarter And Garden District
New Orleans is a unique town, so should your tour experience. New Orleans best walking tours offer small groups with expert local guides. You will wnat to void large groups and a random guide. Make sure your tour is with local experts in a more personal environment.
Jeffrey and Jane are well known and respected historians and true local experts with a deep passion for the people and culture of New Orleans. Jane has deep family ties to the city that goes back over two centuries. Jeffrey is a long-time resident and Katrina first responder.
Jeffrey and Jane have published books on the history of New Orleans. Both Jeffrey and Jane have been speakers at historical societies, museums, and universities.
Jane will be a panelist at the 2022 American Historial Association, where she will be giving her talk on sustainable tourism in New Orleans cemeteries.
Jeffrey and Jane have given tours to researchers, NYT best-selling authors, and celebrities.
Strange True Tour
Best Selling Walking Tour
The first NSFW walking tour of the French Quarter. This original tour will take you into the more sordid parts of New Orleans’s history. You will hear stories of madams and sex workers, vice and true crime, burlesque, voodoo, and more. This is a 2-hour walking tour of the French Quarter. Due to the adult subject matter, this tour is PG13.
The Garden District Tour
Beat The Heat Tour
You will explore this beautiful historic neighborhood under the canopies of Live Oaks and Magnolias. Your tour will go beyond the architecture to the people and events behind the Greek mansions and colorful Victorian townhomes.
Women's History Tour
In this 2-hour walking tour of the French Quarter you will learn about the badass women who did so much to make New Orleans what it is today.
Oswald/JFK Conspiracy Tour
Learn about Lee Harvey Oswald and the New Orleans connections to the JFK assassination. This 2-hour walking tour follows in the footsteps of Oswald in the summer of 1963.
Group or Private Tours
Have a group, family reunion, or special event to plan? Want a more personal tour experience? You need a group or private tour.
Other Available Tours
Check out our other tours available on a private basis.
Why Go Strange?
Smaller group sizes means a more enjoyable and personal tour experience. You are not just another face in the crowd, but a part of the experience. Take one of New Orleans best walking tours.
You can be confident that your guide is a true local expert. Both Jane and Jeffrey are respected published historians.
All of our tours are personally researched and written by Jeffrey and Jane. This means no scripts and each tour is a unique experience.
What is your rain policy?
We will tour in light rain, if we are expecting lightning then we will reschedule for safety purposes
Can I bring my dog on tour?
We are dog friendly as long as the dog is friendly. Please bring bags to dispose of any waste.
How much walking is there?
All of our tours are leisurely paced and limited in distance. Comfortable walking shoes recommended.
What do I need to bring on tour?
We highly recommend bringing water and umbrellas during the summer months. We also recommend closed-toe shoes that are comfortable for walking.
Historical tours led by local experts with a passion for New Orleans culture
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Historian Jane has her first book available on Amazon. The short read takes you back to 1949 Bourbon St. Two women make history that changes New Orleans forever.
Read the review in “Ambush Magazine” here.
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Available in both ebook and paperback!