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Celebrate New Orleans vibrant LGBT heritage during this 2-hour private tour. Sip drinks at some of the town's most popular watering holes, frequented by well-known LGBT residents over the years. Check out Hotel Monteleone's carousel, see Tennesee Williams' home and get your to-go cup refilled at bars such as Hermes Bar and Napoleon House. This private tour ensures a personalized experience and dedicated attention from your guide. One complimentary cocktail included.


  • 2-hour private walking tour of NOLA's French Quarter
  • Learn about the LGBT history of the area
  • One included cocktail
  • Refill your to-go cup (own expense) at famous local watering holes

What You Can Expect

Private New Orleans LGBT History Walking Tour with Drinks

Heritage Tour

Meet your private tour guide at Little Vic's, where you'll sip a complimentary cocktail and get an orientation on the rich LGBT history of the Crescent City. With your dedicated guide, set off to see the homes of Tennessee Williams and other well-known members of the LGBT community, many of whom lived in the vibrant French Quarter.

Stop to indulge your inner child with a fun-loving ride on the carousel at Hotel Monteleone, then belly up to the bar to try the famous Hemingway Daiquiri. This French Quarter landmark hotel has hosted headliners such as Liberace on its stage over the years. 

Continue to Napoleon house to refill your to-go cup with a Pimm's Cup, the bar's specialty. Learn about the writers, artists and other luminaries that frequented this watering hole. 

As you walk through the bustling neighborhood, trace the footsteps of residents such as William Faulkner, Gertrude Stein, Truman Capote and renowned author and gay rights supporter Anne Rice. Additionally, hear the tale of the famous Miss Dixie and her all-girl jazz band.

Please note: Your first cocktail is complimentary, all others are at your own expense.

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