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Two Chicks Walking Tours

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Experience the ultimate walking tour with seasoned, professional guides alongside a small number of guests. Learn about the quintessential New Orleans spirit on one of our uniquely themed tours which are available 7 days a week. We provide fresh...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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1128 Josephine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Garden District
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+1 504-975-4386
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Took this walking tour with our college student and we all really enjoyed it , it was very pleasant walking around the Garden District and seeing the various houses. Our guide had great stories and things to point out. We learned so much! The portion...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Stacey was our tour guide and she was great! I highly recommend this company if you’re wanting to take a walking tour through the city. We took the walking with a local one with Karen as well and it was so much fun.

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Did this with Loki! Amazing tour with lots of new things to learn about NOLA. Loki was well versed in history and the city itself. Would definitely recommend and do another tour.

2  Thank Extraordinary406958
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Spent the afternoon partaking in the dead sexy to and with the fantastic Loretta. I could not recommend this tour enough, it was full of information and interesting anecdotes about the city, the cementaries and the history of New Orleans brothels. What made the tour...More

2  Thank Elle D
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What a great, unique experience getting to know the real story behind NOLA’s French Quarter complete with pictures, breaks, further reading suggestions & funny stories! History is so much more interesting when told with no holds barred! Miss Loretta is a tour de force! Her...More

1  Thank JenniferW5864
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

My wife and I took the tour this morning 11/15/18 and loved it! Granted you will see the homes and the cemetary, but what made it great was the guide. His nickname is “Loki” and he made the tour great! As a life long Creole...More

1  Thank Flyer52582724928
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This tour was the best of our trip to New Orleans. Having a guide like Loki, a highly knowledgeable and entertaining native of the city, makes this tour highly recommended. We talked about this tour all the way back to the hotel.

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Loki was my guide and he really knows the city and the history because he and his family are a part of it. Anyone can walk you down the street and tell you what current famous or infamous person lives in a house. It takes...More

1  Thank mailgrl613
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Loretta has taken the time to research each stop. Her tour invariably starts with the standard paranormal story, followed by “what really happened!” Sometimes her stories can’t be debunked she says, “that’s a true story.” For others she gleefully reveals why they couldn’t have happened....More

2  Thank campbellliz
Reviewed 3 days ago

I am so happy to have chosen these ladies to give us the history of this beautiful city. I’d highly recommend them to anyone coming and we even took two different tours with them.

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Miranda K
February 15, 2018|
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Response from dlupachazan | Reviewed this property |
You are on your feet for two hours. We didn't walk more than two miles.
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David V
November 5, 2017|
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Response from Michael B | Reviewed this property |
St. Loius Cemetery 1 closes around 330pm. It's closed to the public after that. So my answer would be NO. I have attached a URL directing you to their website. nolacatholiccemeteries. Org
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