Did you know some believe that New Orleans was cursed by its original inhabitants? The area has its share of dark energy and secrets that will surprise you.
From vampires to voodoo, New Orleans has always been a city of myth and mystery, where the very streets hum with an aura of the macabre. Behind the carefree image of raucous street parties and festive parades reside dark stories of the bloodthirsty undead, exotic rituals, and even supernatural curses that still haunt the Crescent City.
"This tour was so good- we even had people from other tours listening to ours!"
Backed by carefully-researched documentation and anecdotal evidence, the Voodoo and Vampire Mysteries of the French Quarter tour will fascinate you with a collection of the old city's most salacious tales while educating you on a culture so unique and fascinating that you'll want to take the tour twice! Experience the mystique and reveal the voodoo knowledge that exemplifies a huge part of New Orleans culture and community. Expert guides will lead you on an intriguing exploration of the sites that embody the most cryptic accounts of the French Quarter's dark past, complete with ancient monsters, tragic curses, and otherworldly mysteries.
Experience a fascinating exploration of New Orleans' mysterious French Quarter, with locations featuring:
Expert guides will unearth hidden stories and long-buried secrets to explore the mysterious past of historic New Orleans and the remnants of macabre energy that float on the streets of the city like the thick mist of the bayou.
Come join us on our exploration of the sinister and supernatural history of New Orleans, and get a peek at the mystical side of the Crescent City.
"There's also the tradition of voodoo, the Haitian magic arts, in New Orleans. And because New Orleans is below sea level, when they bury people in New Orleans, it's mostly above ground. So you have this idea that the spirits are more accessible and can access you more easily because they're not even buried."
Meeting point address: 612 Dumaine Street
Duration: Approximately 2 hours
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November 19th 2022
"I enjoyed the tour. I found it informative and a good history lesson of the French Quarter. Hayden ... "
November 14th 2022
"Bryant was a wonderful guide and we lucked out to have him to ourselves. It was interesting learnin ... "
November 14th 2022
This tour is a walking tour.
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