Walking tours start in front of Gallery Cayenne at 702 Decatur Street map (next door to Cafe du Monde) across the street from Jackson Square in the French Quarter. No tours are conducted on Mondays, Mardi Gras season nor major holidays.

Charles Deslondes Slave Revolt #HWT-10

Led by the hero, Charles Deslondes, the enslaved Africans attempted to establish a second, independent, Black republic; with its own sovereign state similar to Haiti by capturing the city of New Orleans. The tour acquaints you with the targets the enslaved sought to capture in the French Quarter.

Adults - $40 per person

Children (ages 7-12) $20 per person

Schedule start - 9:00 a.m. or 6:00 p.m. (Summer schedule)

Length: 2 hrs with 12 – 15 sights and stops

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*Please email the date you want to take the tour to: history.hidden@gmail.com after payment.

African Life in the French Quarter #HWT-14

The tour acquaints you with the French, Spanish, and American colonial period; the three (3) forms of resistance; the role of the Catholic Church as a major slave trader and an oppressor of women; the first Black daily newspaper in the United States – the radical New Orleans Tribune, the counterrevolutionary period of Reconstruction; and the struggle to remove the white supremacist monuments today.

Adults - $40 per person

Children (ages 7-12) $20 per person

Schedule start - 9:00 a.m. or 6:00 p.m. (Summer schedule)

Length: 2 hrs with 14 – 17 sights and stops

Click here to buy adult tickets

Click here to buy child tickets

*Please email the date you want to take the tour to: history.hidden@gmail.com after payment.