New Orleans Ghost & Haunted History Evening Tour
From US$ 25 per person
- 6:00 PM
- 8:00 PM
Meeting PointThe tour meets at Rev. Zombie's Voodoo Shop, 723 St. Peter Street. This is located on St. Peter Street between Bourbon & Royal streets in the French Quarter.
- Experience a popular, top-rated tour of the haunted side of New Orleans
- Get the shivers as you walk round the French Quarter and hear tales of ghoulish goings-on
- Be on the lookout for alarming paranormal activity
The Ghost Tour will take you deep into the terrible past of the French Quarter. It kicks off at Rev. Zombie’s Voodoo shop, a fitting place to begin an evening descent into the city’s grim and grisly history.
You’ll visit several locations in the French Quarter that are associated with documented hauntings. This is no horror movie work of fiction – this is the real deal!
Prepare to be thrilled and chilled by stories of real paranormal activity, and to walk in the shadows of ghastly spirits and ghosts. You will even visit a haunted bar along the way!
Over 90 per cent of tour participants have reported capturing photos of supernatural activity! Join the tour and you’ll learn why New Orleans is known as America’s most-haunted city.
- Knowledgeable ghost-hunter guide
What's Not Included
Did not get to go in any of the haunted places, it was more of a history story, was not a ghost tour, I found it quite boring
This tour was not what I expected. If your expecting to go to haunted places and get spooked with the thought of paranormal activity, this is definitely not it. It is just storytelling but not around campfire, just standing for hours in the middle of french quarter listening to your tour guide telling stories that could (possibly) be made up. However, the stories were cool and gruesome and our tour guide was funny so we had a nice time but it took too long and our feet hurt really bad. Wouldn't do it agian or recommend though.
Loved our tour with Jennifer...knowledgable, fun and friendly! Loved stopping for a drink...hurricane was great.
Overall a great tour with lots of interesting information. Be prepared to walk! The only downside was the loud drunks and vehicles that kept interrupting the tour. Not the tour guides fault...she was good with staying on track despite almost being moved down by cards a few times!