The French Came to Natchitoches in 1714.
Now It's Your Turn.
TOUR NATCHITOCHES WITH BARBARA
Customized tours to match your interests and time schedule
BLUSH and BASHFUL WEEKEND
November 8-14, 2019
Come celebrate 30 years of Steel Magnolias in Natchitoches, Louisiana, Home of the 1989 Hit Movie, Steel Magnolias. Make your plans now to book a Tour with Tour Natchitoches with Barbara.
To schedule a Tour call or text 318-663-5468 or
CREATE MEMORIES THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME
The following Tours are offered year round Downtown Historic Tour
Steel Magnolias Movie Filming Sites Tour
Melrose Plantation Tour (Click here)
Historic Architecture Tours
Civil War Battle Sites
Historic Churches and Cemeteries
Cane Rive Heritage Tour
French Colonial Fort St. Jean Baptist (reconstucted)
Travel Writer Tour
TOURS IN SPANISH 318-663-5468
Tours en el Idioma de los Cielos! Tours en Español para los que lo prefieren..
You may pick and choose and mix and match to plan your day.
Combine a City Tour with a Plantation Tour
Have a CATERED LUNCH on the plantation grounds or other historic sites.
Dine in a local restaurant.
Tour in the morning, shop in the afternoon or vice versa..
Private Tours with Guide in your Personal Vehicle
Step-on Guide Services for Bus and Van Tours
Downtown Walking/Driving Tours
Hours: 8:00 - 4:00 Seven days a week as available.
Tour Fee: $30.00 per hour, per group for duration of
tour. Two hour minimum.
$25.00 Planning Fee if guide is to make
arrangements for meals or entrance
into sites that are not usually open
to the public.
If transportation is needed please ask for quote.
318-663-5468 318-663-5469 Call or Text
CIVIL WAR TOURS
Red River Campaign
All-day Tour: Spend the day tracing the route of the Red River Campaign from Simmesport to Shreveport.
Half-day Tour options: Do just the southern or northern half of the whole tour.
Customized Tours: Choose sites that interest you. Click here for details or to schedule a Tour.
For all tourists including
"Architecture is inhabited sculpture."
Historic Architecture Tour of Natchitoches, Louisiana,
the Oldest Permanent European Settlement in the entire Louisiana Purchase Territory.
"We shape our buildings,
Thereafter, they shape us."
-Winston Churchill, 1943