Did you know New Orleans is known for celebrating its dead all year long? For some residents of the Big Easy, death is only the beginning.
Perhaps no other American city fits the description of the most haunted city in the country than New Orleans. From its boisterous funeral processions to its above-ground cemeteries, crypts, and tombs to a much-revered history of voodoo culture, it is a city with a reputation for embracing its dead. New Orleans emanates a thrumming energy that some attribute to the presence of restless spirits and long-dead residents who linger in the centuries-old buildings and cobblestone streets of the Crescent City.
"Killer tour! I believe in ghosts now more than ever. All of our morbid curiosities were met!"
Designed from eerie local legends backed by meticulous historical research, the New Orleans Ghost Tour immerses you in the very essence of the city's haunted history. Experience true stories of terror and torment as professional guides escort you on a chilling journey through the most legendary and haunted locations in New Orleans. From the benign spirits that still reside in the oldest cathedral in north America to the gothic mansion known as a true house of horrors, you will encounter mystery and darkness lurking behind the city's aura of never-ending celebration of life... and death.
The tour will engage you in a fascinating series of the most iconic haunted sites in New Orleans, as well as a few you may not have hear of, such as:
Expert storytellers will thrill you with terrifying tales of New Orleans' notable hauntings, history, and legends that are sure to invoke a dread of the shadows that wait just beyond the steady glow and hum of French Quarter streetlamps. Unexplained sounds, cold spots, and ghostly apparitions are just a few of the sensations you may encounter while experiences this immersive and exciting tour.
Join us on this one-of-a-kind exploration of the Crescent City, and test your resolve to brave the darkness that is New Orleans at her most sinister.
"The French Quarter has been lived and died in; human energy has been manifested continuously and freely for 250 years. They may have disappeared along with their proprietors, but they've left behind an aura that infuses the atmosphere."
Andy Peter Antippas
Meeting point address: 615 Pere Antoine Alley, in front of the St. Louis Cathedral
Duration: 1 hr. across 1 mile
Parking: We recommend parking near St. Louis Cathedral. To see parking options, click below:
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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
Please arrive to the designated meeting location before your tour’s start time, or they may leave without you! Your email confirmation will verify map and meeting location.
No need to print anything out. Just show up, and the tour guide will mark you present! Please save your email confirmation handy on your phone for reference.
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This tour is a walking tour.
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