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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
We had a power pass for the day and selected Tour Treme' for our first activity. What a great way to start the day! It meets at Voodoo Lounge where the bartender was super friendly and happy to serve us our first drink of the...More
Well informed, interesting and personable guide in the shape of Sam - he certainly knew his stuff! Tour lasted over the two hours as he just kept telling us more and more - you don't walk very far, and stop for a coffee half way...More
The 'Tremé neighbourhood part of the city is beautiful – name from Claude Tremé, a model hat maker and real estate developer who migrated from Saugivny in Burgundy, France, and settled in New Orleans in 1783. There are hundreds of examples of 18th and early...More
Bought the living social certificate, very easy to use. The tour does meet in a somewhat sketchy looking bar, although the bartender was very nice. The tour was informative and perfect. It had a leisurely pace so it was fine for my in-laws who are...More
The tour provided insight and introduction to a part of NOLA most of us came to know through the HBO series, Treme'. Our tour guide was knowledgeable, informative and well-studied with her script. With that said, she lacked passion and it seemed like it was...More
Like many who's seen the TV series, "Treme," we wanted to know more about this fascinating neighborhood just above the French Quarter. We were fortunate to get a tour led by Tessie. She was very knowledgeable and offered lots of history while pointing out places...More
Walking aroud Treme was like visiting an old friend who I had not seen in a few years. While she looks much better than last time, there are still scars from her experiences with Betsy and Katrina. Our guide did an excellent job-sharing the history...More
It's so nice to go on a tour and feel like you're being immersed in the tour, not just someone who looked up on Wikipedia to get their information. Our tour guide Robin Rocque was not only a local, but lived, breathed and truly represented...More
Balise our tour guide was very passionate about the Treme’ History which made the tour enjoyable. She was more than a tour guide she was someone who lived and breathed the city and took great pride in telling others not only her story but the...More
This was a great tour given by Blais(z?)e. She told us how to spell it and now I am forgetting!
Loved her presentation and honesty throughout the tour. I love history and truly love New Orleans. I only wish more would take tours like this...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