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You can see Treme' from a car or a bus, but you can ONLY Experience It and Feel It, on a Walking Tour with us! Treme' is one of the oldest and most Historic neighborhoods in the United States. Originally settled by Creoles and Free Persons of Color...more
My husband took this Treme Walking Tour with (French Quarter Phantoms Tours - Rampart Street) whilst we were in New O as he had loved watching Treme the TV Series so he really wanted to see the area and he was really impressed. Justin was...More
What I imagined would be a routine recitation of known facts turned out to be a deep immersion into the history and culture of Treme. This adventure was narrated and animated so colorfully by our guide Sandy, who was always patient with our questions and...More
So glad I had the chance to tour the historic Treme neighborhood with our energetic and articulate guide, Justin! Great stories and historical information - respectful of the neighborhood and his tour group! Learned about many ways the people of Treme were influential, not only...More
Excellent guide, Nola, from the company French Quarter Phantoms Ghost Tours took us round the Treme area in New Orleans and told us about the history of the town, music history, colonial history, slave history, and the disaster Katrina. The walk took about two hours...More
stella was enthusiastic and wonderful. best tour guide ever. we learned alot about the history of treme including the slave trade, birth of jazz, and architecture. stella was passionate and articulate. amazing tour!
Our tour guide Rachel was fantastic. We began at Louis Armstrong Park and walked through the Treme. Very informative well-paced tour. Rachal was knowledgeable about NOLA history, Treme, jazz and rock music.
If you're a fan of the HBO series, Treme, and you want to walk this wonderfully diverse neighborhood with a very articulate and knowledgable tour guide, Justin is the one that will take you on an unforgettable walk through Treme. Justin is an amazing storyteller-and...More
We started in Louis Armstrong Park and walked through Treme with our well informed, warm and interesting guide, Jordan Wood.He is so knowledgeable and genuinely enthusiastic about sharing his interest and passion for New Orleans in general and Treme in particular. Had so much fun...More
This was a great tour! Very informative - full of history about this wonderful area of New Orleans. Our guide Robin was wonderful - very knowledgeable and funny! We had a great time and really hated to see the tour end. Robin suggested that we...More
Just two of us with Blaise (sp?) on a Saturday morning. She was well versed in the history and current day life in this interesting neighborhood. We suggest complementing the tour with a visit to the Backstreet Cultural Museum and a walk through the statues...More
A small and teeming network of laissez-faire living lounged out on the balmy banks of the Mighty Mississippi, the French Quarter has long been a port of call for folks in search of a good time and a great story. Perpetually inebriated Bourbon Street runs across its midriff like a strand of cheap ribbon tied around an otherwise rather pretty and impressively well-kept vintage dress. Throughout the rest of the
Quarter, brightly colored Victorian homes and businesses, famously done up with wrought-iron features, provide a distinct and immediately recognizable backdrop for all varieties of fun. At any given moment in this historic riverside setting, some of America’s finest meals are being cooked, most potent cocktails are being mixed, and most engaging music is being performed.
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I would say it is not. However if you call and let the agency know they might be able to make special provisions it’s a walk in some of the streets are not very flat. It is a great tour to go on very historical and... More
I would say it is not. However if you call and let the agency know they might be able to make special provisions it’s a walk in some of the streets are not very flat. It is a great tour to go on very historical and informative and the tour guide is awesome
Sam was our employee at French Quarter Phantoms and did conduct our Tour Treme'. Unfortunately following some health issues he is no longer working with us. We do have several other guides doing this tour and they are all... More
Sam was our employee at French Quarter Phantoms and did conduct our Tour Treme'. Unfortunately following some health issues he is no longer working with us. We do have several other guides doing this tour and they are all well educated and a lot of fun.
HI - Yes Sam is one of our Treme' Tour guides. While there are very few hotels in the Treme'. There is The New Orleans Guest House on Ursulines Street - very nice. There is also the French Quarter Courtyard Hotel on N... More
HI - Yes Sam is one of our Treme' Tour guides. While there are very few hotels in the Treme'. There is The New Orleans Guest House on Ursulines Street - very nice. There is also the French Quarter Courtyard Hotel on N Rampart which is the street that boundaries the French Quarter and Treme' also very nice.
I hope that helps