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New Orleans may be notorious for its ghost stories, but the city is also home to a host of shocking true crime that's too grisly to make up. On this adults-only evening tour, roam through the lively French Quarter with a guide who shares the gruesome details of crimes ripped straight from headlines and police reports. From the beastly LaLaurie and Trunk murders to the Katrina Cannibal, these tales are not for the faint of heart.
Connect with spirits both haunting and liquid on this adults-only, risqué romp through New Orleans’ history. Hear debauched tales of adultery, murder, mayhem, medical experiments, and more from an entertaining guide as you wind through the old streets of the French Quarter, where legends and ghosts lurk around every corner. Steel your courage with stops at historic and allegedly haunted bars, including a former brothel, and take your drinks with you on this stroll through the Big Easy's wildly weird side.
See New Orleans City Park transformed into a holiday wonderland at Celebration in the Oaks during the month of December. This seasonal 3-hour extravaganza includes a narrated coach ride aboard Santa’s bus plus access to numerous attractions within the park. See mature live oaks strewn with shimmering ornaments and view lighted exhibits while listening to nightly musical entertainment featuring school choirs, orchestras, bell choirs, dancing troupes and gospel groups. Don’t miss the Historic Train Garden, Conservatory of the Two Sisters, Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, Storyland and Botanical Gardens.
This New Orleans Christmas tour serves up holiday spirit with a twist. A guide leads you past dazzling French Quarter Christmas displays while sharing historical tidbits, entertaining ghost stories, and local perspectives on the holiday season. Step into bars along the way to grab a drink to go—your guide can watch the kids while you’re inside, so feel free to bring the whole family along.
Experience a New Orleans-style Christmas on this guided walking tour through the festive streets of the French Quarter. For a magical two hours, amble past eclectic shops and down charming walkways bedecked in extravagant decorations. Stroll past historic homes, romantic courtyards, and main attractions like St. Louis Cathedral. Take in the dazzle of the Vieux Carre blanketed in holiday lights, and warm up with a drink or two along the way (own expense).
Christmas is a special time in New Orleans, it’s an experience that you and your family will not want to miss. During the holiday season, the city is aglow with twinkling lights and decorated iron-laced balconies. During this tour guests will stroll thru the French Quarter and experience Christmas Nola Style. Guests will visit many historic homes, museums, churches, even bars that are all decorated for the holiday season. Hear stories of each locations history and it's importance to New Orleans This tour also has New Orleans ghost and vampire stories that have been passed down and well documented along with information on the famous New Orleans voodoo. The tour group will have paranormal equipment offered for anyone interested in the ghost stories. Guests will be allowed to stop and grab drinks at bars along the tour route.
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Hear stories about voodoo, ghosts, and even vampires on this 2-hour holiday tour of New Orleans with a choice of three different departure times. Travel through the French Quarter, and pass historical landmarks decorated and lit up for the holiday season. See the St. Louis Cathedral, as well as the spot where the Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803. Watch your guide try to find ghosts with a paranormal detector, and pass by Marie Laveau’s property. Plus pop into at any of the bars you pass along the tour route for a drink (own expense).