Capture the spirit of New Orleans and the city’s voodoo culture on this 1.5-hour walking tour. Learn about the African-based spiritual folkways as you make your way to through New Orleans. Visit real voodoo altars, and hear stories about the voodoo practices that started over 100 years ago. Enter a mysterious world of spells and rituals, and gain a better understanding for the people who practiced them.
1.5-hour voodoo history tour in New Orleans
Walk through the city, and visit real voodoo altars
Hear stories of Old New Orleans and the voodoo practices from over 100 years ago
This tour isn’t recommended for young children
A moderate amount of walking is included on this tour
Meet your group and guide for this 1.5-hour walking tour at Reverend Zombie’s House of Voodoo on St. Peter Street in New Orleans. Your tour takes off at about 7:30pm, so make sure to show up 20 minutes before that time — at 7:10pm.
This tour is offered Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, but the content on this tour isn’t recommended for younger children. Because of its content (and the fact that it goes on during the evening), it might be too scary for really young ones.
Get ready to gain a better understanding for New Orleans voodoo — aside from the Hollywood myths and stigma surrounding the Louisiana-born religion. As you follow your guide around the city, listen to stories of Old New Orleans, how voodoo came about, and how much is still practiced today. Stop and visit real voodoo alters, as well as important places associated with New Orleans voodoo culture.