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    Saint Louis Cemetery Tour

    Jazz funerals, Voodoo, yellow fever, and civil rights…these are just some of the intriguing topics we will cover on our small group tour through one of New Orleans’ most interesting cemeteries. Take an unforgettable walk through a place that can only be entered with a licensed tour guide approved through the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
    Saint Louis Cemetery Tour

    806 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Explore New Orleans’ famous Saint Louis Cemetery
    • Learn secrets about the city’s funerals, civil rights and voodoo through history
    • See a new part of a city in a unique way
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    Mysteries of Voodoo Tour

    Shrouded in mystery and misunderstanding, the religion of voodoo has been an important part of New Orleans' culture since the early 1700s. Join in on an up-close-and-personal look at voodoo in this enlightening tour led by a real voodoo practitioner! You'll discover the true history, culture, and beliefs of voodoo and how it remains as an alternative religion in New Orleans today.
    Mysteries of Voodoo Tour

    806 N Rampart St, New Orleans

    • Find out about the mysteries of Voodoo through an educational tour of New Orleans
    • Discover what makes Voodoo an enticing religion with hundreds of years of history
    • See a new part of a city in a unique way
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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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    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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    Mardi Gras Parade Premium Viewing Stands

    Mardi Gras in New Orleans is grander than ever, and you won't miss a moment of it if you grab a prime parade viewing spot. Treat yourself to a fantastic view of the merry madness of New Orleans' Mardi Gras from a private viewing stand along the parade route. With this Viator Exclusive, you get up-close views of all the action from a large balcony. The viewing stands also includes private access to portable restrooms and plenty of food and beverage options nearby (additional fee). Upgrade to savor a gourmet buffet full of New Orleans specialties during the Fat Tuesday parade on Tuesday, February 9th, 2016. Make sure to bring along a bag to store all the colorful beads that are tossed from the floats!
    Mardi Gras Parade Premium Viewing Stands

    400 St Charles Ave, New Orleans

    • See the merriment of Mardi Gras from a prime parade viewing spot
    • Enjoy the option of upgrading to include a variety of food and drinks
    • Catch all the action from a large private balcony
    • Find your favorite famous New Orleans krewes in the parade
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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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