2 Hour Guided Historical Walking Tour in Treme

701 N Rampart St , Louis Armstrong Park New Orleans, Louisiana 70116 1-800-987-9852    Chat Now  
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2 Hour Guided Historical Walking Tour in Treme
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Immerse yourself in the rich and vibrant culture of New Orleans during the 2-Hour Guided Historical Walking Tour in Treme. This fascinating journey will give you an in-depth look at America's oldest African-American neighborhood, renowned for its influence on American music and culture. This walking tour promises not just extensive knowledge but individual, personal experiences that highlight the unique features and history of this glorious place.

Upon starting the tour, you'll follow an experienced guide who will lead you through the intricate maze of this historic neighborhood. The tour, requiring casual comfortable attire, averages around two hours to complete and spans approximately two miles of picturesque streets and alleys. As you traverse through the district, the guide will illuminate the fascinating stories behind the iconic sites including St. Augustine Church, one of the nation's oldest African-American Catholic parishes, and the resting place of various famous jazz musicians in Treme's Tomb of the Unknown Slave.

This tour is not just about gazing and glancing. You'll also get the opportunity to interact with the local community, witnessing the thriving music scene and the artistic exuberance which Treme is famous for . An irresistible rhythm fills the air as street musicians perform, carrying forward Treme's valuable tradition and passion for Jazz.

Treme has been a beacon of African American and Creole culture since its inception in 1783. In its historical journey of over two centuries, Treme has borne witness to significant historical events all while shaping the nation’s music, dance, and civil rights evolution. Famous for its vibrant brass band processions called 'jazz funerals,' and the birthplace of countless legendary musicians like Alphonse Picou and Kermit Ruffins, Treme is the heartbeat of New Orleans' cultural landscape.

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 Hop-On Hop-Off at  Backstreet Cultural Museum
Discover the flamboyant spirit of New Orleans at Backstreet Cultural Museum. This gem safeguards the vibrant African American community traditions through exhibit of Mardi Gras Indian costumes, parade photographs and second-line memorabilia. Dive into the heart of New Orleans' living urban culture, where music, dance, and festivity converge. This unique cultural voyage awaits at the Backstreet Cultural Museum.
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 Hop-On Hop-Off at  Congo Square
Immerse yourself in the rich cultural history of New Orleans at Congo Square. Located in the heart of Louis Armstrong Park, this historical landmark vibrates with echoes of lively dance, music, and gatherings from bygone eras. Experience the birthplace of jazz and feel the resilient spirit that has shaped the Crescent City. A visit to Congo Square is more than a journey, it's a transformative experience.
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 Hop-On Hop-Off at  Treme Neighborhood
With roots running deep into the heart of New Orleans' vibrant culture, Treme is a must-visit. Known as America's oldest African-American neighborhood, it's brimming with vibrant jazz music, tantalizing Creole cuisine, and festivities like the second line parades. Step into a world rich with history, color and a spirit that refuses to be tamed.


In conclusion, the 2-Hour Guided Historical Walking Tour in Treme is an extraordinary experience offering a deep dive into the rich tapestry of this historic neighborhood in New Orleans. From spunky jazz music to profound historical events, and vivid celebrations of life and death, Treme's charm is beautifully encapsulated in this tour. Beyond just sight, it delivers rich memories and feelings that extend way beyond the route's last step. Experience the soul of New Orleans. Come, walk through Treme.


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