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We didn't know what to expect. We were a large group that they broke up to be more personable and we were the lucky ones to get an amazing guide named Frank. Frank was knowledgeable in voo doo, witchcraft, all the haunted beautiful homes and the history of his old incredible part of the French Quarter. What was perfect is we booked it on our first night so we got a tour of the city so we knew how the streets ran and where we wanted to go back and visit again. It a perfect way to get our bearings and learn about the history of the French Quarter. Thank you Frank, you enhanced our trip and we won't forget you!
New Orleans Nate was our guide and he was awesome! It was a great tour we had a lot of fun! Also we were able to book a swamp tour threw Nate's co-worker meeting him before the tour and it was also an awesome tour! I have to say Thx to this company and New Orleans Nate for making our trip there from Cali really great!
Fun time! In the spirit of the upcoming Halloween holiday!
Loved this tour. Our guide was a great young lady with lots of knowledge and made it all fun. Learned alot of history and saw alot of New Orleans that I would never had seen if I had not taken this haunted walking tour. Great value for the money.
Denise was great. The tour was fun with lots of interesting stories.
While this was a nice way to start to see the city, many of the tales overlap with other tours. If you enjoy haunted tales this is a great way to hear some of New Orleans history.
Fun time, and the stories were so mesmerizing. Well worth the time.
The group we went with was rather large. I felt a more intimate group would have enhanced the experience. The tour guide was very nice and knowledgeable of NOLA's history.
Great tour guide but group was a little crowded which made it hard to hear.
We went on a hot summer night. Large group at starting point, but broke us up into 2 smaller. Our guide was very detailed which was good and bad. We were standing still on sidewalks for long periods of time while he described scenes that happened in the building. This got very tiring, so our minds started to drift a little. A suggestion would be to find an area with steps to sit on, explain the basics and then walk to the place. It was a nice diversion and we did learn about NO history that we hadn't known before.