Treme's Petit Jazz Museum

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 80 reviews

I took the "Music of New Orleans: Listen and Learn Tour" --DO IT!!!-- you will not regret it. I forgot the name of the guide ( waited to long to write this, sorry) but she had short brown hair, a great smile, and passion oozing from all over. I will admit I almost didn't make it--came late, and lost an earring in the process-- but I am grateful for their flexibility, and was able to catch up to the tour at Congo Square. There was four of us total, 1-guide a couple from Boston and myself and we spent our time in the Tremé neighborhood. If you love music you owe it to yourself to get educated on all of it, including the race relations, real jazz, and all the stories you don't find in traditional classroom textbooks. Real talk, I will never listen to Jazz, Rock n' Roll or any other music the same. The only thing that could've made this better was if by some miracle Big Freedia popped into the picture to say "What's Good?!"

Enthusiastic guide, but too talkative about her personal life.

Dartanya spent too much time spent in Armstrong Park standing and talking, and I realized later that we didn’t see Armstrong’s statue! Less time was available to walk the neighborhood. A laundromat referred to in the tour description was not pointed out, not sure what the significance was. The Petit Jazz Museum was a delight, but it wasn’t clear on tour description or guide that the tour was ending there for presentation by Alvin Jackson.

Learned a lot about the history of N.O. music!

Great tour. Guide was a local performer, and was very knowledgeable and passionate about the local music and culture. Easy to hear, and pace was fine. The only negative was that the distance and duration of this tour was longer than advertised.

Our tour guide was fantastic! I could listen to her talk all day about Terme and general history of New Orleans. Take this tour to learn about something other than where to get the best drink!

This is a walking tour, but our tour guide was thoughtful of the entire party and didn’t walk too fast. The pace was nice in regards to waking as well as information.