Specialty and Private Tours Available

In addition to our excellent free tours we offer Private Tours and Specialty Tours. Are you planning an important corporate meeting, a family reunion, a wedding, or maybe just an intimate gathering of old friends? New Orleans is a great place to do that and a private historic walking tour can be a great way add to the trip: your guests will appreciate learning to the unique history, culture, architecture, and geography of New Orleans at your own pace. Or perhaps you would like to learn more about the Jewish experience in New Orleans on Suzanne’s Jewish History Walking Tour? Learn more below.

French Quarter Free Walking Tours
French Quarter Free Walking Tours
French Quarter Free Walking Tours

Private Tours with Nola Tour Guy

Nola Tour Guy is available for all sorts of private tours. Are you planning an important meeting, a family reunion, a wedding, or maybe just an intimate gathering of old friends? New Orleans is a great place to do that and a private walking tour can be a great way to orient your guests to the unique culture and geography of New Orleans. For groups of 2 To 300 Nola Tour Guy has experience crafting a personal experience. Please let us know of special interests so we can tailor a tour just for you. Fill out the contact form, click the button, or call/text us directly (504)300-9489

Nola tour GUY shares rich history with charm, humor, and details that make New Orleans feel personal -Shannon S
Nola tour GUY shares rich history with charm, humor, and details that make New Orleans feel personal -Shannon S

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French Quarter Free Walking Tours
French Quarter Free Walking Tours
French Quarter Free Walking Tours

Jewish New Orleans with Suzanne

Nola Tour Guy is proud to offer every Sunday at 10am Jewish New Orleans with Suzanne Stone. This tour takes a trip through the French Quarter with an emphasis on how Jews have contributed to the multi-ethnic gumbo known as New Orleans. As you walk through the original city, you’ll learn about the earliest Jewish settlers, who could easily have lost their identity in a Catholic colony.

 

Suzanne Free Walking Tour Guide

Suzanne Stone Is a Lover of history and of New Orleans. She will engage you in stories of the people and events that make New Orleans the unique and fascinating city that it is. Her focus is both individual people and broad cultures that have contributed to our history, culture, and architecture for 300 years. Prior to moving to New Orleans, she was a docent with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, and since coming here, she volunteers at the National World War II Museum and The Historic New Orleans Collection. She is the proud recipient of the Friends of the Cabildo Golden Show Award for 2016-2017.