Hear spooky stories of witches, ghosts, vampires & Voodoo on this 2-hour walking tour of the New Orleans French Quarter and its long association with things that go bump in the night!
What to Expect
Get the shivers on a 2-hour walking tour of the French Quarter in New Orleans, exploring the city known for its hauntings since the early 1700's!
Your guide will bring out the goosebumps and make your hair stand on end as they lead you through the mysterious streets of New Orleans. You will stop at 12 to 14 different sites – mostly residential properties, where some brave souls still try to live in peace. Hear stories about witches, ghosts, voodoo, and vampires, as they have been passed down through the ages. These stories or true crimes lead people to believe that vampires really do walk among us!
This tour has taken the telling of these stories to a new level, interweaving New Orleans history with New Orleans mystery - and, of course, New Orleans horror!
- Lots of facts and fiction
What's Not Included
- Drinks of any kind (there is a stop for restrooms and refreshment about 1 hour into the tour)
- Cemetery at night (it closes at 15:00 daily and noon on Sundays)
- Entrance into buildings. The tour does not go into buildings unless invited, as most of the buildings on the tour are residential
- Responsibility for any loss of personal belongings, time, sanity or sense of self!
Know Before You Go
• Please wear comfortable walking shoes
• Drink plenty of water in the summer months. Dehydration will leave you weak and unable to complete your tour
• Tours can be rescheduled due to inclement weather
• Walking tours must end by 20:00 in accordance with the law
• There are 12 to 14 stops at different buildings in the French Quarter, where your guide will tell you the history of the building and the stories of hauntings, voodoo, witchcraft, or vampires pertinent to that location. Be careful not to take any "thing" home with you
• About 1-hour into the tour there will be a 10-minute restroom and refreshment break
• Tours do not run on December 24, December 25, or Mardi Gras Day