Meet Your Guide – Milton Carr

Take a walk with Milton Carr and you will never forget it.  Born in New Orleans 6th Ward, otherwise known as Treme, Milton is one of the city’s outstanding Tour Guides.  

Milton was educated in the Catholic Schools of New Orleans, Corpus Christy School and St. Augustine High School.  

Milton worked at Domino Sugar for 33 years. He learned everything there was to know about the granulation process of sugar cane, including its ties to slavery. In the 1850s, New Orleans had more millionaires than New York because of sugar.

Meet Your Guide - Milton Carr
Milton Carr

Milton’s already healthy interest in Louisiana’s past became his passion and he became a licensed New Orleans tour guide in 2001.

Milton is very knowledgeable of New Orleans history and culture. He has a lot to share about Mardi Gras Indians, Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, and New Orleans music history.  

Past president of The Tour Professionals of Greater New Orleans and past board member of The Tour Guide Association of Greater New Orleans, Milton currently serves as a member of Save Our Cemetery’s Education Committee.

What Customers Are Saying

Tripadvisor.com reviews:

“Mr. Carr is the real deal; a life-long resident of New Orleans who lives and breaths the history and culture of Treme.”

“His insights gave me a real sense of how Treme, the Sixth Ward, developed into a vibrant, viable, self-sustaining neighborhood.”

“Milton didn’t just narrate the tour, he made you feel a part of the tour. Locals passed by and greeted him because he used to live in the neighborhood. You could feel his love and passion for his home and his city.”

So if you are in New Orleans or planning a trip here our guides at The Savvy Native would love to show you around! Click below to see all of our tours.

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thesavvynative.comThe Savvy Native is a group of experienced local tour guides who were either born in New Orleans or wish they had been.

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