3 Hour History Tour To New Orleans & Its Renowned Bars
Food and Drink, Nightlife, History
Get to know the city of New Orleans with visits to the local real NOLA bars. Along the way, learn about the history of the city. Stop into local bars wherein you will interact and drink with the locals and hear all about their daily life stories. Have a pleasant exchange of information and stories while you make some new friends!
Bar visits on this tour may include the following:
The Three-Legged Dog
Molly's on Toulouse
The Golden Lantern
A private tour with a professional local (American) tour guide
Drinks for the American tour guide
Know before you go
So you're tired of Bourbon Street and the drunken chuckleheads? Now you want to see where we drink, how we drink, what we drink, and with whom we drink? All while learning about our incredible history? Well, this is the tour for you! This tour will also supply you with the history of the city as we go from bar to bar. No touristy, gimmick-based, overpriced venues.
Only the real deal NOLA bars. You will meet and drink with locals, hear their stories and they will hear yours because dammit we are friendly! Along the way, I will answer any and all questions you have about the history of this city. Not so much a tour as it is a guided walk to all of the bars you should know and will be able to brag about to your friends.
Three Legged Dog, Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA, USA
We had a morning tour of the French Quarter with Charles. The tour was interesting, well-paced and informative. Charles was an excellent tour-guide, knowledgeable and entertaining thoughout. Highly recommended.
HUGE thank you to Charlie for his informative, lighthearted, and engaging guide through St. Louis Cemetery #1. His sense of humor is right up my alley but he gets down to business when it comes to the facts. I could see his passion for the city as well as speaking to the group! Thank you for making this so enjoyable, Charlie.
Had the pleasure of a 1 on 1 tour with Mr Duffy on Friday afternoon. The tour took about 45 minutes. We left on time at noon and returned to the starting point at 12:45. He is very informative - explained the history of the French Quarter, the different architectural styles and what to look for when walking through the quarter. I wish the tour would have been a little longer - and covered the Mississippi River and how that helped form New Orleans, a litte more detail in Jackson Square. Overall, I would encourage visitors to seek out his tour.
This was the most enjoyable tour I've ever been on! Duffy was so entertaining and incorporated details and tidbits of information that were relevant to our group. I would highly recommend taking a tour with him!
Charles was absolutely top notch in his guided tour of St Louis #1 cemetery. Could not recommend anyone better to walk you through this or other NOLA/French Quarter sites and scenes. Unfortunately we ran out of time before engaging his services for another tour, but wish we'd been able to participate in his insightful, knowledgeable tours of this beautiful area of the city. You won't be disappointed! Do yourself a favor and look up this gentleman for any tour in FQ!!
Had a great time, best tour ever. I have been to the New Orleans French Quarter five times now and can’t wait to go back. On our last visit I was fortunate enough to Meet Charles at a local pub and struck up a conversation. We had just finished a walking tour the night before that left much to be desired so I inquired if he would give us a tour of the local cemetery. I have done past Cemetery tours but this was by far the best. Both fun and educational, far more information and stories then any of the other tours. I then asked for a tour of the Garden District that I was equally pleased with. I would recommend him anytime and if you get the opportunity join him for a beer. I learned more about New Orleans over that one beer then the last four visits.
I have been on two different walking tours with Charles Duffy and each of them were fascinating; funny and entertaining. He is a very good storyteller and uses his voice and body to really get you into the characters of who he is talking about. He answered all of the groups many questions. He made us feel the weight of the history he was talking about and still be entertained not lectured to.