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    Ghost and Vampire Haunted Walking Tour

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    Disease, disaster, sinister spirits, and murder most foul: French Quarter Phantoms’ New Orleans Ghost tour and Vampire Tour combo is spooky fun! Join us on our walking tour for historically accurate tales of local hauntings and vampire lore. Hear the real story of Madame LaLaurie and the LaLaurie Mansion. Your Ghost and Vampire walking tours are guided by Master Storytellers who are fully licensed by the City of New Orleans. It’s the French Quarter you want to know, as only we can show it to you! Tours begin at 6 pm and 8 pm Nightly. French Quarter Phantoms Ghost and Vampire combo tour is about One hour and forty five minutes in length with a walking distance of just under one mile.
    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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    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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    Saints and Sinners French Quarter History Tour

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    New Orleans 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, drawn out fever that seeps into the bloodstream and compels even the sweetest from small town America to do obscene things. This is the real New Orleans which does not fit neatly into the category of "American" city. It is a black water port, Caribbean and lawless; settled by thieves, prostitutes, and the other criminally disposed. It is also Catholic and pious with Roman altars trimmed in gold. It is equally black magic, Voodoo, and the steady throb of African drums. New Orleans is sex and confession. It is sin and forgiveness. This is the place where God and the Devil shook hands so the party could go on. New Orleans is a city for the sinner and the saint. This is a tour that takes you through the sweat soaked madness of our best and worst. Get lost with us in this strange city and explore its dark past because this is NOT your grandmother's tour.
    Saints and Sinners French Quarter History Tour

    718 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Embark on a storytelling tour of New Orleans focused on its schizophrenic past
    • Check out some of the French Quarter's notorious haunts and beautiful holy places
    • Tour the area with a local guide who knows the city's secrets, and excels in storytelling
    • Chill your blood and spark your imagination with sinister real life stories in this famed city
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    French Quarter Walking Tour

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    Famous for the beads and beers on Bourbon Street, the reality of the Vieux Carre far surpasses its Mardi-Gras reputation. In a city that dazzles the visitor with its remarkable architecture, the French Quarter is certainly a standout, with Spanish, Caribbean, French and American influences. Discover a district full of historic and current characters, from musicians to magicians to voodoo practitioners. You'll visit Bourbon Street, Tennessee Williams House, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, The Cabildo, William Faulkner House, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop, among many other sites. Uncover the artists, pirates, authors, and priests of the real French Quarter.
    French Quarter Walking Tour

    700 Decatur St, New Orleans

    • Discover the dazzling architecture and fascinating history of The French Quarter
    • Visit Bourbon Street, famous authors' homes, iconic churches, and other cultural landmarks
    • Learn about the district's famous and infamous residents, past and present
    • Get an inside look at one of New Orleans' most popular and storied districts
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    Historic Crescent City and Cemetery Tour

    Discover a city steeped in history as you sit back and learn about New Orleans, past and present. Your tour guide will take you to incredible landmarks such as the birthplace of jazz, Congo Square, and St. Louis Cemetery #3. You'll also see 300 year-old live oaks at City Park and magnificent mansions on St. Charles Avenue. Check out Bayou St. John, a historic waterway for settlers and Native Americans, and witness the longest bridge over water in the world at Lake Pontchartrain. You'll connect with more recent history at the 17th Street Canal, the site of one of the major levee breaches during Hurricane Katrina. With so many sites to see, you'll be grateful you're not the one driving.
    Historic Crescent City and Cemetery Tour

    Downtown New Orleans , New Orleans

    • Take a bus tour of the Crescent City spanning centuries of history
    • See stunning landmarks such as St. Louis #3, City Park, and St. Charles Avenue
    • Learn about the art and culture that shaped the city
    • Relax and discover as you make your way to the best sites in New Orleans
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    Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery & Magazine St. Tour

    Take a trip away from the French Quarter and it’s spooky history, as you experience the truly picture perfect. The New Orleans’ Garden District is the perfect excursion if you’re curious about how some people in NOLA live. You’ll see the homes of famous celebrities such as Sandra Bullock, and John Goodman, while also grabbing a pic in front of the infamous AHS house. After the Garden District, you’ll see the hustle and bustle of Magazine Street, and even spend some time visiting the dead at Lafayette Cemetery. By the end of this tour, you’ll be considering a mortgage and a move.
    Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery & Magazine St. Tour

    2800 St Charles Ave, New Orleans

    • Visit one of New Orleans’ most picturesque neighborhoods
    • Set your sights on the residences of famous New Orleanians
    • Experience the infamous houses featured in classic movies and shows
    • Tip toe the line between the rich and the working class of NOLA
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    Intro to Aerial

    Take your workout routine to new heights in this introductory class exploring the fundamentals of aerial arts. A professional instructor will guide you along as you learn about the various apparatuses such as the aerial sling, hammock, aerial hoops, and more! As you build your understanding, you'll cover the safety precautions, grips, and techniques required for aerial arts. You'll also practice basic movements as you work on mastering basic body alignment and building core strength. Whether you're looking to start a regular practice in aerial arts or simply want to see what it's all about, this class provides the perfect introduction.
    Intro to Aerial

    5304 Canal Blvd, New Orleans

    • Learn the fundamentals of aerial arts in this introductory course
    • Practice basic moves and become familiar with aerial apparatuses
    • Build core strength and flexibility
    • Discover a new way to get fit
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    New Orleans City Tour

    On this tour, you'll learn everything there is to know about New Orleans! From the famous red-light district of Storyville to the old Rampart/Perdido neighborhood where Louis Armstrong grew up, you'll be riding through all the best attractions! You'll explore the beautiful Garden District where many celebrity homes reside. Are you a fan of Sandra Bullock or Eli and Peyton Manning? Well, their homes are here! You'll also visit a couple cemeteries, including Holt Cemetery, the most historical below-ground black cemetery in the South. Many famous black musicians and honorable war veterans are laid to rest here. Towards the end of the tour, you'll even get to tour the Ninth Ward, which is still in the midst of rebuilding with help from organizations like Brad Pitt's Make it Right 9. New Orleans is such a diverse city, filled with history and rich culture -- there's no way you want to miss out on any of it!
    New Orleans City Tour

    124 St Charles Ave, New Orleans

    • Take a comprehensive tour of New Orleans, from the red-light district to the Rampart/Perdido neighborhood
    • Explore the beautiful Garden District, where many celebrity homes reside
    • Learn about the history behind some of New Orleans' famous cemeteries, such as the Holt Cemetery
    • Visit the Ninth Ward, which is still in the midst of rebuilding
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    The History & Ghostbuster Tour

    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

    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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    St. Louis Cemetery #1 Traditions Tour

    Boo! Did we scare you? Good, then you are ready to embark on the St. Louis cemetery tour. This 90 minute tour will take you through the tombs of history, as you learn about the various residents of this burial ground. Your experienced tour guide will answer all your questions, while also providing interesting commentary about all that you see. This cemetery is closed to the public, but you’ll get exclusive access on this walk through New Orleans history. Don’t worry, though, everyone above ground makes it out of the tour alive!
    St. Louis Cemetery #1 Traditions Tour

    600 Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Step into over two hundred years of history
    • See the tombs of previously infamous New Orleans residents
    • Learn about burial customs, and spooky traditions
    • Experience New Orleans through the eyes of the city’s ancestors
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