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Storyville District Tours and Tickets

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Established in the late 19th century as the official red-light district of New Orleans, Storyville was once the city’s most notorious neighborhood, known for is brothels, saloons, and other houses of ill repute. The district was shuttered by the US government at the outset of World War I, and today is the site of numerous housing developments.

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125 Bourbon St, New Orleans, Louisiana
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True Crime Pub Crawl in New Orleans

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True Crime Pub Crawl in New Orleans

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This tour provides an in depth look at some of the most unnerving crimes in New Orleans history. Visit local watering holes frequented by some of New Orleans’ most notorious murderers and serial killers, all while a licensed tour guide provides detailed accounts of the terrifying actions of real French Quarter residents. Perfect for true crime enthusiasts of all backgrounds. Highlights include a discussion of several French Quarter residents alleged involvement in JFKs assasination, the Ax Man’s legendary reign of terror, the murder suicide of Zack & Addy, the Upstairs Lounge Arson, as well as the infamous “Bourbon Street Bloodbath” involving an unsuspecting convention-goer in 2012. Stop at a wide range of French Quarter bars with shockingly sordid history. Guests will have the opportunity to grab a drink at the bar where Zack tended bar pre-Katrina, an iconic brothel from the Storyville era, as well the site of the largest hate crime against the LGBTQ+ community in the 20th century.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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New Orleans Treme' Walking Tour

New Orleans Treme' Walking Tour

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Adjacent to the French Quarter district in New Orleans is Treme' (pronounced Tre-May), the oldest African-American neighborhood in the USA. The New Orleans Treme' Walking Tour takes in the major landmarks and locales of this cultural watershed, stopping at Storyville and Congo Square, while discussing jazz greats such as Troy 'Trombone Shorty' Andrews and Alphonse Picou.
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  • 1 hour 45 minutes
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New Orleans Treme, Storyville, Cemetery, and Voodoo Walking Tour

New Orleans Treme, Storyville, Cemetery, and Voodoo Walking Tour

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Our guides are by far the most skillful and very personally connected to NOLA history and culture, and no one else is doing this exact combination of fascinating tour subjects.
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  • 2 hours 15 minutes
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New Orleans Music Tour

New Orleans Music Tour

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Experience the unforgettable sounds of New Orleans on a 2-hour musical tour with an experienced guide. Learn about the efforts to protect New Orleans jazz at the Preservation Hall, then explore the historically vibrant Tango Belt. Visit unnamed and famous musicians at the New Orleans Musicians Tomb in St. Louis Cemetery #1 and hear the stories of Congo Square’s rhythms and rituals as you tour Louis Armstrong Park. See the former home of J & M Studios then learn about today’s New Orleans Bounce Music and thriving street music scene.
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New Orleans Music Walking Tour

New Orleans Music Walking Tour

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Explore the world’s richest musical city. Starting with Louis Armstrong Park and Congo Square, historic site of African slave gatherings, it is the only place in North America where pure West African religious ritual and musical traditions were performed. Congo Square is the wellspring of all New Orleans music and so many of world-famous songs. Visit the building which housed Cosimo Matassa’s groundbreaking J&M Studios - the true birthplace of rock’n'roll. See the New Orleans Musicians Tomb. The first burial to take place was for Lloyd Washington of the Ink Spots on October 23, 2004. The Musicians Tomb was restored and is administered by Robert Florence of NOLA Historic Tours. Learn about the Second Line & stroll down Basin Street to the remains of Storyville, fabled red light district whose parlors presented Buddy Bolden and Jelly Roll Morton. Then move through the Tango Belt to May Bailey’s and the French Opera House, ending with the legendary Preservation Hall.
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  • 2 hours
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60-minute Tremé Walking Tour & Photo Experience

60-minute Tremé Walking Tour & Photo Experience

All of our tours are authentic places to visit while in New Orleans that tourists don’t get to see. We are proud to support local, small and minority-owned businesses in the community for an experience that only #TLE can offer.
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  • 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes
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