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    French Quarter Ghost & Legends Tour

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    You'll feel chills run down your spine as you embark on a paranormal adventure in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Your offbeat tour guide will share eerie facts as you go from location to location, visiting spots where ghost sightings and paranormal activity have been experienced throughout the city's history. You'll make your way to the legendary Vieux Carre, where hauntings still take place, and even grab a drink at a haunted bar. Police records, city archives, and professional investigations set the roadmap, piecing together an incredible haunted history and making believers out of the most serious of skeptics.
    French Quarter Ghost & Legends Tour

    723 St Peter St, New Orleans

    • Listen as your tour guide spills spooky secrets about ghost sightings and paranormal investigations
    • Get your heart racing as you visit a haunted bar
    • Experience the paranormal side of New Orleans
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    2 positive reviews
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    Ghost and Vampire Haunted Walking Tour

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    What vacation is complete without a little disease and disaster? And maybe some vampires for good measure? This New Orleans tour will help you get your fill on all things mayhem, as you learn about some of the French Quarter's many haunted tails and unsolved mysteries. You'll be participating in a walking tour led by local who know's all of the Quarter's darkest secrets. Uncover the mystery of Madame LaLaurie and the check out the LaLaurie Mansion, hear urban legends about ghosts and vampires known to prowl the streets, and find out the true nature of the magic that holds this famed city in its grasp. Oh, and throw in a few unsolved murders and tragic suicides for good measure. Just because.
    Ghost and Vampire Haunted Walking Tour

    718 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Embark on a storytelling tour of New Orleans featuring some of its most harrowing urban legends
    • Tour the French Quarter with a knowledgeable guide who will introduce you to its expansive culture
    • Check out some of the neighborhood's mythical haunts, including the LaLaurie Mansion
    • Enjoy the thrill of being seriously frightened as you let your imagination run wild
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    9 positive reviews
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    Voodoo History Tour

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    Forget what you've seen on TV. On this tour you'll get a true look into Voodoo and how it has played an important role in the enchanting history of New Orleans. Your professional tour guide will take you from location to location as you learn about the history of Voodoo in the city and the madness that gripped its residents for over a century. You'll also make your way to true Voodoo altars and discover the many myths that surround the culture, receiving an educational introduction to an often misunderstood way of life. If you've ever wondered what Voodoo is really all about, here's your chance to find out.
    Voodoo History Tour

    723 St Peter St, New Orleans

    • Explore the incredible history of Voodoo in New Orleans
    • Listen as your tour guide dispels myths and shares secrets of the Voodoo culture
    • Indulge in the spooky experience of visiting real Voodoo altars
    • Investigate a fascinating and frightening side of the city's history
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    2 positive reviews
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    St. Louis Cemetery Walking Tour

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    This tour's gravy is in its... graves. That's because you'll be checking out New Orleans' oldest and most infamous cemetery: St. Louis No. 1. This city of the dead features narrow passages lined with above ground vaults, and eerie and ornate architecture. You'll be led by a local storyteller who will regale you with the history of the site, including tales of its most notorious resident, Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau. That's good news, since only with an Archdiocese approved tour guide can you gain access these hallowed grounds. Get lost in the site's labyrinthine passages and your own imagination, and unearth one of the hidden treasures of the French Quarter.
    St. Louis Cemetery Walking Tour

    718 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Tour the ornate passages of New Orleans' oldest above-ground cemetery: St. Louis No. 1
    • Learn about the history of the cemetery from an Archdiocese-approved tour guide
    • Explore a full block containing over 700 tombs and 100,000 dead
    • Enjoy a glimpse into New Orlean's early culture and enjoy stories of its resting inhabitants
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    9 positive reviews
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    Cities of The Dead Cemetery History Tour

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    Stroll through the New Orleans Cemetery and discover an entirely new chapter in the city's history you've probably never considered: the history of the dead. Your tour guide will lead the way as you walk through rows of tombstones and explore the unique architecture that surrounds you. You'll learn about burial procedures and traditions that date back hundreds of years, exploring both the ways in which these traditions have transformed and the ways they have remained the same. You'll also visit the grave of the infamous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau, and hear about her place in the city's unique history.
    Cities of The Dead Cemetery History Tour

    723 St Peter St, New Orleans

    • Take a historical daytime adventure through New Orleans Cemetery
    • Listen as your tour guide shares information about tomb architecture, burial procedures, and historical happenings
    • Visit the tomb of an infamous Voodoo Queen
    • Explore a side of New Orleans you've never seen
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    2 positive reviews
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    Walking Tour of Treme, The Cultural Heartbeat of New Orleans

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    Who can say 'no' to the most important laundromat in Rock and Roll history? This Treme tour features that and more, all seen through the eyes of a local with firsthand knowledge of the neighborhood's culture and history. Treme was originally settled by Creoles, and today is not only know as the oldest African-American neighborhood in the United States, but as a hotbed of artistic innovation. This area gave birth to some of the greatest icons of jazz, including Alphonse Picou and Trombone Shorty, and features numerous widely applauded contemporary artists and craftsmen. Check out some of the area's notable architecture near Congo Square and Storyville, and take a trip to Tomb of the Unknown Slave to learn about the history of slavery the state. And then there's that laundromat.
    Walking Tour of Treme, The Cultural Heartbeat of New Orleans

    718 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Walk New Orleans' Treme and learn about the neighborhood's African-American culture
    • Explore music history in one of the nation's foremost Jazz hubs, and discover local art
    • Experience the sights, sounds and smells while touring Congo Square and Storyville
    • Enjoy getting to know one of the most city's most inspirational and joyful areas
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    9 positive reviews
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