A unique City & Cemetery Tour
Enjoy a relaxing ride and experience the unique highlights of the Crescent City on the City and Cemetery Tour with New Orleans Native Tours. Our New Orleans City and Cemetery Tour provides an insider’s perspective, with opportunities to walk around on your own and take in the rich history of New Orleans.'
You will visit historic neighborhoods, including the French Quarter, Treme, Faubourgs St. John and Marigny, Garden and Warehouse Districts, as well as New Orleans' historic cemeteries, known as Cities of the Dead, and learn about the above ground burial system.
Hotel pick up within the French Quarter and Business District.
- Adults $50 Children $30
- The tour begins at 11:00am and 3:00pm daily
- Tour is 2 hours and 30 minutes
- The 3:00pm tour ends around 5:30pm allowing plenty of time to freshen up prior to dinner or a night out on the town.
- We find two and a half hours is long enough to get a feel for our city, but not so long that customers get restless.
- Need help choosing a restaurant? During the tour, our guide will tell you about some of their favorite restaurants or feel free to ask for something different.
- For group rates call 855-YOU-TOUR
- All of our New Orleans bus tours are in our new mini-busses, with comfortable seats, air conditioning, large windows to take in your surroundings, and small group sizes never more than 25 people.
- Don’t worry about searching for the meeting point for the tour, the City and Cemetery Tour offers hotel pick up within the French Quarter and Business District.
- Many people take a City Tour within the French Quarter and never see the many eclectic neighborhoods that our tour covers.
- The tour begins with a ride through the French Quarter pointing out destinations such as Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, Café Du Monde, the French Market, the Old U.S. Mint, and various historic statues along the way.
- Drive down Frenchmen Street past jazz clubs like DBA, Spotted Cat, Maison, Snug Harbor, and many others where most of the local Jazz artists play, and through the neighborhood of Treme to see Congo Square, now named Louis Armstrong Park, the birthplace of Jazz.