Atlantis Audio Tours

Atlantis Audio Tours

By Atlantis Tour Guide Services, Inc

Score: 3.5
From 13 Ratings


We offer low-cost GPS-enabled audio tours in New York, Washington, DC, Boston, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Charleston, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami, London, Berlin, and Paris. Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. We advise you to quit the app when finished.



  • Great app for tourists on their own schedule

    By Rob in Puyallup
    We were on vacation in New Orleans and wanted to tour the garden district. The local guided tours weren’t crazy expensive but could not find one that fit our schedule. Started searching and landed on this app. A great find with exactly the tour we were looking for and at a great price. The guide spoke clearly and gave good descriptions of each stop along the way. User hint, bring a backup power supply if you’re going to use the GPS feature, I did and needed it for the hour and a half tour. Developers, a 15 second back button would be helpful if the user missed an important detail. I could not make the slide bar work the skip back and forth on the timeline, maybe just me. Also maybe enlarge the play button and reduce the lag from pushing the button to audio start. All in all a great idea and app, we’ll certainly use it again on future travels.
  • Great NYC tours

    By Prestonshuman
    The app is free but you pay a whopping $1.99 for each tour. Best $2 I ever spent! Really, stop complaining. You’ll get a great tour to experience at your own pace, and the text of the audio (with pictures) adds to the experience. This app exceeded my expectations.
  • Needs updating

    By rayray872
    Needs maintenance & updating. The info was not current (e.g, there are more WTC buildings now). The volume of the guide DRASTICALLY changed from one segment to the next; could hear her typing on her computer while listening.
  • Free app is not free

    By akrufht
    I downloaded the app to do free walking tours, and every tour cost money. I thought a free walking tour was going to be free. I don’t mind paying for an app, but I don’t want to be manipulated.
  • Deceptive

    By threver
    Read an article where they said brooklyn bridge tour is free but in fact costs several dollars in app.
  • Excellent Tours

    By picksteve
    I have used their tours in 2 cities now. Well planned and good sound quality. I like the offline option as it uses less battery.
  • A little sensitive

    By Sistafriend63
    This was a very informative and fun walking tour. We even had lunch half way through at Stop 17, Minetta Tavern (Very good food and ambiance nice and casual). The play button was very sensitive on the App and Stop 14 kicked us out every time we tried to play it. Couldn’t hear that one.
  • Phenomenal NOLA Garden District tour

    By LJinLA
    My wife and I are visiting NOLA for the first time, staying in the Garden District, and wanted a walking tour app. Looking at others, and doing web research, we say this had audio versions as well as the map. Our 1.99 for the Garden District audio tour was well spent and phenomenal. Others were walking around seeing many of the same homes and sites, but with no tour guide or spending money for a guide. We spent the extra for the audio and it was well worth it. We had a bluetooth speaker playing the audio, instead of headphones and shared the experience. We highly recommend!!