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The Garden District Tour

A 2-hour Walking Tour Of The Historic Garden District

Walking Tour of the Garden District 

Beautiful mansion on the Garden District walking tour

A relaxing walking tour of the Garden District under the shady live oaks and magnolias. This historic neighborhood is a feast for the senses. Photographers have enjoyed the background these homes provide for generations. Architecture lovers will be amazed at the variety of homes in the Garden District.  

Photograph Safari

This walking tour goes behind the architecture to discuss the people and the period the home was built. This beautiful neighborhood is a photographer’s dream. Your guide is photographer friendly so you can get the best shot possible.


Greek Revival Mansion in the Garden District of New Orleans
The Benjamin Button House in the Garden District of New Orleans Nell Nolan


The Garden District is famous for her stately Greek Mansions. The neighborhood also has an incredible variety of Victorian-era townhomes. Construction continued in the area until the 1970s when the neighborhood received its historic designation. Large lots were divided and subdivided again, leaving a patchwork of the variety of homes. 

Celebrity Homes

Many celebrities have called the Garden District home for over a century. Modern celebrities such as Sandra Bullock and John Goodman currently have homes in the Garden District. The famous author Anne Rice had more than one and even Nicholas Cage found a home here that caught his eye.

The Benjamin Button House in the Garden District of New Orleans Nell Nolan

Your Private Garden District Experience

Jane will be your personal guide as you take a leisurely walk through the Garden District. Along the way, you will learn not just about the architecture, but the people who lived and died in this historic neighborhood. You will learn why it was called “The American District”, how the St Charles Streetcar became a national monument, and even about a restaurant dynasty. This tour also includes a stop by the Lafayette #1 cemetery where you will learn about the burial customs of New Orleans. The history of the Lafayette #1 is as rich and diverse as the city itself. 

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