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    New Orleans Ghost Tour

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    Port cities see their share of humanity come and go, and New Orleans is no different. The spirits of the city's past inhabitants are just "dying" to be discovered on this extraordinary tour. You'll hear accounts of love-lured specters, tormented souls of war, vile traitors, and the sorrowful woes of the repentant dead as you visit haunted sites like Pirate Alley and Hotel Montelone, and learn the tales of those affected by Yellow Fever and true modern crimes. You'll even visit the filming locations for American Horror Story: Coven. Learn the Creole history of the Big Easy in the creepiest and scariest manner possible!
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    New Orleans Ghost Tour

    Decatur St & Ursulines Ave, New Orleans

    • Tour the haunted sites of New Orleans' famous spirits
    • Hear the lurid tales as you visit sites like Pirate Alley and Hotel Montelone
    • Walk in the footsteps of tragic lovers, terrible traitors, victims of fate
    • Get an inside look at New Orleans' most storied districts
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    Vampire Tour

    Are there vampires prowling the night in the French Quarter of New Orleans? Venture into the realm of the city's undead and find out! Visit the dark and mysterious world of the undead on this popular New Orleans vampire tour. Walk with your theatrical guide through the French Quarter and hear haunting legends of famous vampires "real" and fictional. Visit sites associated with these creatures of the night, where you'll hear chilling tales and learn of scandalous acts. Stop at a notable vampire tavern as well as movie locations from "Interview With a Vampire" and other blood-sucking stories. Be sure to bring garlic along- just in case! Are there vampires prowling the night in the French Quarter of New Orleans? Follow your offbeat, theatrical guide into the dark realm of the city's undead and find out! Escape into the streets on your 2-hour vampire tour, departing from Saint Louis Cathedral. Your tour guide will provide an eerie, chilling yet fun-filled adventure as you walk to famous sites and hear about true-to-life vampire-style crimes. Visit the mysterious world associated with creatures of the night, including a trip to a noted vampire tavern. You'll see onsite movie locations for Interview with a Vampire and other sites of fictional creations. As you round dark corners, keep an eye out for bloodthirsty vampires creeping through the antebellum streets of the French Quarter by dusk. Learn about vampire scandals and stories pulled from city police reports, archives, diaries, and newspaper interviews- only you can decide if these vampires are real or imagined!
    Vampire Tour

    700 Chartres St,, New Orleans

    • Follow your theatrical guide through the historic French Quarter to sites associated with these creatures
    • Hear about the haunting tales and scandalous acts of famous vampires, both "real" and fictional
    • Stop at a notable vampire tavern as well as movie locations from "Interview With A Vampire"
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    Saints & Sinners Walking Tour

    New Orleans is sin and confession. It is violation and forgiveness. This is the place where God and the Devil shook hands so the party could go on. The Big Easy is a hot, humid and sometimes unforgiving place where, in the dead of summer, the air takes on the quality of a crawfish boil. It is a long and drawn out fever that seeps into the bloodstream and compels even the sweetest from smalltown America to do obscene things. This is the real New Orleans which does not fit neatly into the category of "Another American city". It is a black water port, Caribbean and lawless, settled by thieves, prostitutes, and the criminally disposed. This is a tour that takes you through the sweat-soaked madness of NOLA's best and worst. Get lost with your guide in this strange city and explore its dark past.
    Saints & Sinners Walking Tour

    718 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Discover the darker side of New Orleans' history
    • Learn about the seedier locations and past that exist beneath the surface
    • Hear stories about NOLA's voodoo, black magic, and deviltry
    • Enjoy a tour with your friends, leave grandma at home for this one
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    Cemetery and French Quarter Walking Tour

    New Orleans has seen it all. From pirates to European aristocrats, there's really no limit to who has found a home in the Crescent City. Discover all of the area's unique characters on this walking tour through time. You'll make your way through the French Quarter and visit famous sites like St. Louis Cathedral, the French Market, and Jackson Square. You'll also stroll through the "city of the dead" as you visit the grave site of infamous voodoo queen Marie Laveau. Your tour guide will share interesting facts about each location as you move through the city, connecting centuries of rich history and culture.
    Cemetery and French Quarter Walking Tour

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Tour the French Quarter and learn about its many interesting inhabitants through the centuries
    • Visit sites like Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral
    • See the burial site of infamous voodoo queen Marie Laveau
    • Discover a rich history of cultures and personalities that has shaped the Crescent City
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    St. Louis #1 Cemetery Tour

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    St. Louis #1, also known as "The City of the Dead," is just blocks away from the French Quarter, whose raucous streets are filled with life all hours of the day. Made famous worldwide in the 1969 movie Easy Rider, it is the oldest active cemetery in New Orleans -- founded in the late 18th century. The cemetery contains a labyrinth of tombs, unique to most in the U.S., which hold the remains of some of the city's important historical figures, including, as legend would have it, Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau. You'll visit The Musicians Tomb, the iconic "Oven" Wall Vaults, the Italian Mutual Benevolent Society Tomb from Easy Rider, and see the final resting places of Homer Plessy, Mayor Dutch Morial, and the Musson Family. You will also learn about jazz funerals and the Civil Rights Movement in New Orleans. Get ready to be wowed by the resting places of New Orleans' dead and living, and uncover a unique side of Creole Culture.
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    St. Louis #1 Cemetery Tour

    400 Dauphine St, New Orleans

    • Tour the beautiful grounds of New Orleans' most beautiful and famous cemetery
    • Visit the final resting places of celebrities, local legends, and cultural icons
    • Explore a labyrinth of of tombs, which holds the remains of historical figures
    • Get a unique inside look at New Orleans' history
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    Cemetary Walking Tour

    St Louis #1 Cemetery is the oldest active New Orleans cemetery and the most haunted cemetery in Louisiana. In one city block, you'll find over 700 tombs, and over 100,000 dead. Join us on this fun, daytime cemetery walking tour and enjoy the history behind the unique burial customs that make this possible. Founded in 1789 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, St. Louis #1 is New Orleans' oldest active City of the Dead. Ornate, crumbling, and entrancing, St. Louis #1 is eerily beautiful even in the daytime. This New Orleans cemetery is the final resting place of the notorious Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, as well as many other colorful New Orleanians. Venture inside the vault lined walls of this historic New Orleans cemetery with your master storyteller and visit the New Orleans Musicians' Tomb and the future tomb of Nicholas Cage. New Orleans cemeteries are only available to you as part of an approved tour group. The public is not allowed access to St Louis #1 Cemetery unless accompanied by an Archdiocese approved tour guide.
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    Cemetary Walking Tour

    Voodoo Lounge, New Orleans

    • Take a tour of the dead in an incredible New Orleans cemetery
    • Explore over 700 tombs, and over 100,000 dead in one city block
    • Venture inside the vault-lined walls on this ghastly historic take on New Orleans
    • Add some spooky delight to your New Orleans trip
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    City Bus Tour

    Enjoy a grand overview of New Orleans, dubbed 'The City That Care Forgot,' on this comprehensive sightseeing coach tour that lets you absorb centuries of history, culture, sights and sounds!. Start in the world-famous French Quarter, a quaint, mysterious area full of colorful history, before heading to the historic Jackson Square, home of the Cabildo and Presbytere museums, to visit a historical cemetery, one of New Orleans' 'Cities of the Dead.' Here, discover the unique above-ground burial system. Marvel at stories of voodoo and piracy on Bayou St John, the waterway used by Jean Lafitte and his band of pirates, as you make your way to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain, where you'll see the longest bridge over water in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway. Following the path of the St Charles Avenue streetcar, the oldest continuously operating passenger railway system in the world, pass stately mansions, the homes of former kings and queens of Mardi Gras and the beautiful Garden District. View Tulane University and Loyola University across from Audubon Park, home to the Audubon Zoo, rated one of the top five zoos in the nation. If you're looking to experience all the most iconic sights New Orleans has to offer, this tour is for you!
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    City Bus Tour

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Cover an extensive list of New Orleans highlights from the comfort of an air-conditioned coach bus
    • Explore famous neighborhoods and locations like the French Quarter, Jackson Square, and Bayou St. John
    • View Tulane University and Loyola University across from the beautiful Audubon Park
    • Hear interesting and informative commentary from your knowledgeable tour guide
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    Ernie's Cemetery Tour

    Stroll through the New Orleans Cemetery and discover an entirely different chapter in the city's history: the history of the dead. Your tour guide Ernie will lead as you make your way through rows of tombstones and explore the striking architecture that surrounds you. You'll learn all about burial procedures and traditions that date back centuries, discovering the city's deep connection to the dead and the unique ways in which they are honored. You'll also visit the grave of the infamous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau, and why she is so well known throughout the Crescent City.
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    Ernie's Cemetery Tour

    723 Saint Peter Street, New Orleans

    • Take a historical daytime adventure through New Orleans Cemetery
    • Learn all about the cemetery's unique architecture from your tour guide
    • Visit the resting place of an infamous Voodoo queen
    • Explore an important part of New Orleans culture
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    Garden District Walking Tour

    Admire the posh homes of New Orleans' Garden District on this morning walking tour. Observe impressive examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture including mansions belonging to Anne Rice, Sandra Bullock and John Goodman. See where Confederate leader Jefferson Davis died, witness the above-ground burial ground at Lafayette Cemetery, and learn about the history of the Garden District from your guide. Your tour includes roundtrip transportation from the French Quarter and refreshments at Magazine PoBoy Shop. Your tour begins in the French Quarter, where you'll board a comfortable, air-conditioned coach and travel to the quieter and more genteel Garden District. This elegant historical area, known for its marvelous examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture and lovely gardens, was once the site of a number of plantations. Learn from your guide how in the 19th century it was sold off piece by piece primarily to wealthy Americans who built the lavish mansions that still dominate this district.  See mansions belonging to local author Anne Rice, actress Sandra Bullock, actor John Goodman, and former New Orleans Saints' quarterback -- and father of Peyton and Eli -- Archie Manning. Stop for an exclusive tour of a stately Garden District home built around the end of the American Civil War in 1865. Admire an unusual cast-iron fence resembling a row of cornstalks and learn the legend of how a southern colonel had it made in the mid-1800s to comfort his homesick Iowan wife. You'll also see where Confederate leader Jefferson died at age 81 and stop to walk around Lafayette Cemetery, one of New Orleans' many above-ground cemeteries. Hear about how the high water table and frequent flooding in the city helped drive the creation of these 'cities of the dead' as you capture photos of the elaborate tombs and statuary. Enjoy light refreshments at Magazine PoBoy Shop before heading back to the French Quarter by coach at the end of your 2.5-hour Garden District tour.
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    Garden District Walking Tour

    French Quarter, New Orleans

    • Admire the posh homes of New Orleans' Garden District on a morning walking tour
    • Observe impressive examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture
    • See where Confederate leader Jefferson Davis died and witness the above-ground burial place at Lafayette Cemetery
    • Enjoy round trip transportation and complimentary refreshments at the Magazine PoBoy Shop
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    Garden District & Cemetery Tour

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    Excluded from early 19th Century Creole society, newly arrived Yankees got to work creating their own city. The Garden District. "Lafayette City," as it was once known, is just a short streetcar ride from the French Quarter, but it feels like a world apart. You'll love exploring one of New Orleans's most desired neighborhoods, home to the rich, the famous, the strange -- and the dead! As you wander the cobblestone streets, you'll visit Colonel Short's Villa, Rosegate, Commander's Palace Restaurant, Manning House and Lafayette Cemetery. This walking tour is not just mansions and manicured gardens, but stories of legends, tragedy, epidemics, lost causes, movie stars, celebrity chefs, and haunted spirits.
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    Garden District & Cemetery Tour

    2770 Prytania St, New Orleans

    • Tour the stunning neighborhood of The Garden District
    • Visit beautifully preserved 19th century mansions, gardens, and cemeteries
    • Learn about the Garden District's famous residents, past and present
    • Get an inside look at one of New Orleans' most desired and storied districts
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