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    Cocktail History Tour

    Let Dr. Gumbo be your guide as your stroll through the French Quarter and taste some of the best cocktails in New Orleans. Learn all about the bar history of the city as you visit classic hangouts such as SoBou, the Bourbon O Bar, and Tujague’s. You'll sip on Sazerac, French 75, Vieux Carré and more as you hear all about the fascinating history of cocktails and culture in the Crescent City. Your last stop will take you to one of the oldest and tastiest restaurants in the area (just in case you need a little food to soak up the fun). With 4 different stops and plenty of interesting stories to hear while you drink, you’re bound to be satisfied by this spirited tour (bad puns not included).
    Cocktail History Tour

    329 Decatur St, New Orleans

    • Sample classic cocktails of New Orleans as you tour the French Quarter
    • Sip on favorites such as Sazerac and French 75
    • Learn where the Grasshopper was invented
    • See a side of Crescent City’s bar scene beyond Bourbon Street
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    Ghost and Vampire French Quarter Walking Tour

    Think ghosts and vampires aren’t real? -- Think again. Take a walking tour of New Orleans that will make a supernatural believer out of you. You'll visit the locations of ghostly legends, like the Lalaurie Mansion, where slaves were brutally tortured and murdered by their cruel owners. Bloodthirsty for more creepy insider information? This tour will also give you an in-depth look at the vampire lore that has been entwined with the city for centuries. This is a tour you can really sink your fangs into.
    Ghost and Vampire French Quarter Walking Tour

    718 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Explore the supernatural side of New Orleans after-dark
    • Listen to colorful legends of ghosts and vampires
    • Learn why New Orleans is considered the most haunted city in the United States
    • Let the master-storyteller tour guide entertain you stroll the New Orleans streets
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    The History & Ghostbuster Tour (2 for 1)

    Horror and history, together in one tour. This guided outing will give you an chilling introduction to New Orleans’ oldest district, the French Quarter. You'll be led by a knowledgeable insider with ghost hunting experience who will acquaint you with the history of the area, while expertly weaving in the shadowy stories that lurk beneath the truth. You'll be enthralled by several of the district’s heinous and unfathomable mysteries, some dating back all the way to city’s founding. Better yet, you'll enter into some of its most notoriously haunted dwellings, where you'll use expert ghost hunting gear such as EMG detectors and laser temperature guns to try and capture evidence of their phantom inhabitants. If you’ve ever been to New Orleans, you’ve no doubt sensed something lurking at the edge of reality. Now is your chance to find out what it is for yourself!
    The History & Ghostbuster Tour (2 for 1)

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Discover some of the French Quarter’s most haunted locations during a walking tour
    • Search for ghosts yourself inside of multiple haunted dwellings using ghost hunting gear
    • Learn about the history of the Quarter from a licensed tour guide
    • Treat yourself to some spooky thrills in one of the country’s oldest cities
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    Haunted French Quarter Tour

    New Orleans comes alive with scary stories of hauntings and ghosts in this spooky walking tour. Did you know that the city has its own Phantom of the Orleans Hotel? You need to be prepared for visits from the Spirits of the Mississippi River and other ghosts with tales of horror and dread mixed with historical facts. You'll learn about native specters like the Witch of the French Opera, the Ghost of the Quadroon Mistress, the spectre of General P.G.T Beauregard and Pere Dagobert of St.Louis Cathedral. Visit haunted landmarks like the Lalaurie Mansion. You be spooked out of your skivvies!
    Haunted French Quarter Tour

    622 Pirates Alley, New Orleans

    • Explore the dark and mysterious on this haunted tour of the French Quarter
    • Listen to the stories of the past residents who still haunt the area like the Witch of the French Opera
    • Go inside some of the most haunted homes in New Orleans
    • Bring your courage to learn more about ghosts
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    French Quarter History Tour

    Looking for a great way to get to know all about the culture and history of New Orleans? Mosey down to Musical Legends Park and meet your guide for this exciting walking tour. First you will stroll to the banks of the Mississippi River where you will learn how levee construction transformed the swamp into fertile farmland. You'll then walk through the French Market, the oldest open-air market in the US before reaching the Mississippi River valley’s oldest building, the Ursuline Convent. Next you'll head to Jackson Square, the heart of the French Quarter, to see important sites including the Cabildo, the Presbytere, and the Pontalba buildings. You will get to go inside St Louis Cathedral and see where the Great New Orleans Fire of 1788 started. Next, you'll step into a lush Creole courtyard and learn about the complexities of Creole society and slavery in South Louisiana. You'll enter William Faulkner’s home before you stop at Pirate's Alley, where your guide recounts local legends about prison escapes and dueling.
    French Quarter History Tour

    311 Bourbon St, New Orleans

    • Delve into the history of the French Quarter on a 2-hour walking tour with a knowledgeable guide
    • Explore the the Mississippi River, French Market, St Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, the Presbytere, Jackson Square, and more
    • Visit historic buildings and secluded courtyards, see famous literary and silver screen locations, and learn about Creole culture
    • Learn tons of fun history and the legends that helped shaped the Big Easy
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