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Book a Free Walking Tour with Nola Tour Guy. The only locally owned and operated Free Walking Tours in New Orleans.

Nola Tour Guy offers four free “pay what you feel tours”, One of the French Quarter and one of St Louis Cemetery #3 and one of the Historic Garden District and a Jazz Music Tour. To ensure the tour is still being conducted we strongly recommend that you book these tours online by clicking the buttons below. After you book online check your email. You will get an email from our booking software: Fare harbor with all the information. If you decide to cancel your booking please contact Nolatourguy@gmail.com or text 504-300-9489 or on Whats App. We gladly accept walk-ups look for the black and white hat that says Nola Tour GUY and you can find the address and a map of the meeting spots below. Space on our tours are limited so we do not allow bookings of large groups of over 6 adults on the free walking tours. For larger groups we suggest a private tour.

we do not allow individual bookings of over 6 adults on the free walking tours. If you have a large group please be considerate and consider a private tour!.

Free Walking Tours

Your guide will have on a black and white hat that says “Nola Tour GUY”.

Free French Quarter Tour

The Free French Quarter tour meets at 10am at Washington Artillery Park 768 Decatur. The meeting location is next to Cafe Du Monde and across from Jackson Square. To find the guide walk up the stairs.please click Book the tour online or check out the calendar to check availability. The park is across from Jackson Square, it no longer has a canon, walk up the steps.YOUR GUIDE WILL HAVE ON A HAT THAT SAYS GUY Walk ups accepted Please limit group size to 6 people. If your group is larger then 6 people please book a private tour . Space on the tour is limited, so reservations are recommended. Book online

French Quarter Tour meeting place

Tour meeting spot:

Free French Quarter Tour Schedule
Historic Garden District Tour

The Free Historic Garden District tour meets1500 Washington Ave on the sidewalk near the corner of Washington and Prytaina. This is 3 miles from the French Quarter and is accessible by streetcar. To find our tour times and dates click on book the tour online. Check out RTA’s Website for more info on how to get to The Garden District.

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Free Historic Garden Distirct Tour Schedule
Two Saints Cemetery Tour

Nola Tour Guy is proud to offer New Orleans’ only FREE! “pay what you feel” cemetery tour. It is the best deal in the city!

Join us as we traverse Bayou St. John, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, as well as the mysterious city of the dead, St. Louis Cemetery #3. St Louis Cemetery #3 dates back to 1852 and is one of the best historic cemeteries that is still open to the public. This tour is riddled with unique architectures, histories and landscapes found nowhere else in the world.

We are excited to share this amazing part of New Orleans through our entertaining and comprehensive hour-long tour. Follow us back in history as we walk Through this must see cemetery.

This tour meets at St Louis Cemetery #3 3421 Esplanade Avenue which is about 2 miles from the French Quarter. It is accessible via the Canal Street car or the Esplanade Bus.

To find out when we offer this tour click on Book a Tour, but we are also excited to share with you a FREE self-guided version of this tour if you can’t join us for our guided tour.

This is still an active cemetery, please be respectful while visiting any cemetery.

St. Louis #3 Lacks shade, please plan accordingly.

two saints cemetery tour Schedule
Sal's Frenchman Street Creole Jazz Tour

Jazz music is probably what New Orleans is most famous for. But where did Jazz Music come from? Join Sal and learn the real history of New Orleans most famous export Jazz music.Sal has been a gigging musician on Frenchman Street for over fifteen years and a member of our lady of guadalope gospel chorus. Sal will take you on a journey from jazz roots in African rhythms to it’s connection to French Opera and New Orleans Creole Culture to its brush with the Sicilian mob. After this tour you’ll have a much deeper understanding and appreciation for New Orleans Jazz. and it’s complex history that forged one of America’s greatest art forms.
What will you see on this tour?

Meet Sal at Flora’s Cafe at 2600 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70117-7356 in the beautiful faubourg Marginy. Then follow them as they take you a stroll around the neighborhood and through the history of New Orleans Creole Jazz Music. You will learn how the Faubourg Marginy played and important role in history of Jazz Music and Creole Culture in New Orleans.

You will also see:

-The home of Pap Jacke Laine the first New Orleans Jazz Band leader to integrate during segregation

-Learn about Lizzy Landreaux a important afro-creole Jazz Musician and other woman of jazz and the important role they played in the development of Jazz Music.

-Learn about other jazz greats like, Kid Ory, Danny Barker and Daniel Desdunes

The tour ends on Frenchman street where you can experience contempary musicians who keep these traditions alive. After the tour you will have a deep understanding of both the history of New Orleans Creole Jazz and where to catch the best music in New Orleans today!

The Tour is Free To Join, Sal is so sure you will learn so much on his Tour That you will gladly tip. ($15-25 suggested per person)

New Orleans Tour Guide
Sal's Frenchman Street Creole Jazz Tour Calender