Tour Safety during COVID-19/Coronavirus

Unique NOLA Tours is open! And we’re focused on your safety: We remain completely outdoors. We will continue to take out much smaller groups for social distancing than other tour companies (we always have!)
Book now, as we may sell out!

*More information on how we’re operating during COVID-19.

5 stars!

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  • 5 star ratingRandy was amazing! Randy was such an excellent tour guide! Was very knowledgeable and kept us intrigued. We even went home and watch the Jersey shore ghost t

    Brynne C
    10/01/2021
  • 5 star ratingIf there’s one tour you go on this needs to be the one! One of the most interesting tours I’ve ever been on! Super funny and highly informative. Shout out to Craig, Aurora and Randy for an awesome ex

    Nero
    9/01/2021
  • 5 star ratingEXCELLENT. Randy was the bomb!!! My gf and I had a wonderful time on this tour! What a great way to see the city. Our guide Randy was exceptional. His explanations were professional, knowledgable,... read more

    Mitchell S
    9/01/2021
  • 5 star ratingDifferent, informative, funny Our tour guide Sean was awesome! you could really tell that he loved what he does as he knew all about the murders/crimes that took place in New Orleans. We... read more

    Traveler1
    9/01/2021

Size Makes the Difference

We limit the group size of tours to 15 guests.

Making your experience more intimate
with the most experienced local guides.

Find out what makes us different…

Private Tours

Have a personal private tour your way: corporate events, birthday parties, pre-wedding get-togethers. You choose the type of tour and the time of your experience.

Stories

Paul Morphy – Chess Master Before Chess Masters

We at Unique NOLA love to explore what makes New Orleans, well, Unique. For example, many folks don’t realize New Orleans was the home of one of the greatest chess players of all time.

Paul Morphy was a rich kid. His dad was a respected judge, and his mom a wonderful opera singer. Their home is Brennan’s Restaurant today. They still have his chess set upstairs. Chess set?

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