New Orleans Film Tours is a local company concentrating on film locations in the heart of New Orleans’ famous French Quarter. We take southern hospitality seriously. We take pride in sharing our film site knowledge. We are continuously striving to deliver an outstanding tour. Our expert team of licensed tour guides are dedicated to creating unique and memorable experiences which will remain etched in your mind forever.
New Orleans Film Tours is a local company dedicated to giving guests a chance to see where their favorite films were shot. We don’t strive to be the biggest film site company; rather we work hard to be the best. Presently, our company focuses on the filming locations in New Orleans, French Quarter. However, we plan to feature the Garden District and other neighborhoods soon.
About Our Film Tours
While it may not be possible to jump into the TV and join the lives of your favorite characters, you can still go to the locations where they once stood. Our primary tours are “The Originals and Vampire Diaries Unofficial Tour,” NCIS New Orleans Unofficial Tour“ and the “Gumbo Film Tour.”
New Orleans is the #1 city where those films are made. Our film tours weave its way through the historic French Quarter. Be it New Orlean’s historic buildings, historic neighborhoods, beautiful Garden District and Uptown mansions or our great music; you’ll see why filmmakers continue to find New Orleans as the perfect backdrops for their films. Many of the film sites we visit are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
What To Expect From Our Film Tours
The two-hour tour is led by a licensed professional tour guide with many years of experience in the industry. Our goal is to show you as many popular film locations as possible. You will see exactly why most filmmakers choose New Orleans and its stunning French Quarter as their favorite filming location.
We never compromise on the quality of our service, and that's why we are continually evolving our tours to keep them relevant in respect to new film locations. Although we can't promise you'll actually see any production sets or actors, you can be assured that you won't be disappointed with the tour itself. We can tell you we have walked passed several productions and saw the actors at work.