• Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Duration: 2 hours (approx.)
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Explore New Orleans’ colorful heritage and history with a 2-hour walking tour that commemorates the dramatic Battle of New Orleans. Follow a local guide through the cobblestone streets of the French Quarter as you learn how Andrew Jackson led a small local force against a British invasion. Pause to explore a traditional Creole cottage, a 19th-century townhouse, and a jail that housed some of the South’s most notorious pirates.  Finish your tour in the heart of the Vieux Carré, at a bar that adjoins a historic, French-Creole restaurant.

Highlights

  • 2-hour walking tour through the historic French Quarter
  • Learn about the dramatic Battle of New Orleans
  • Hear about the city's most famous leaders—and feared pirates
  • Experience New Orleans with an experienced local
  • Visit a moving slave auction site
  • Perfect experience for history and culture buffs

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What You Can Expect

When Empires Collide: Creoles, Americans, Pirates, and the War of 1812, a Louisiana History Tour

Learn some of the colorful history behind New Orleans

Customer Reviews

zocfam25

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

We had a great time on this tour and would highly recommend this activity. Our tour guide was great!

MartiKay S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Glenn was our tour guide and boy does he know Nawlins!!!! The tour was very informative, we are great history buffs and Glenn surely has a of love history also! He really brought to life the Creoles, Americans and Pirates influence of this beautiful city!!!

Barry J

4 star rating: Recommended March 2018

Interesting guide will describe the differences between creoles and americans...how they inhabited the city in the 18th and early 19th century. Also how the pirates got involved and helped win the War of 1812 later on at the battle of New Orleans. Fun, around 2hrs and includes a tour of Antoine's the oldest continuing restaurant not only in NOLA but the US....huge!

daphatguy

4 star rating: Recommended March 2018

A few stories about some of the history, not much in the sites department but access to some of the buildings nearby. Interesting as we toured with a real Cajun.

Greg A P

3 star rating: Worth doing February 2016

Interesting.

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