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New Orleans Garden District Ghost Tour

New Orleans, United States
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2 hours  (Approx.)
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Offered in: English

Overview

Delve into the darker side of New Orleans’ extravagant Garden District on this 2‐hour afternoon walking ghost tour. Enjoy tales of famous hauntings from your local guide as you stroll through this prestigious neighborhood, the chilling setting for the films Interview with a Vampire and Dracula 2000. You’ll also wander through the macabre above‐ground tombs at Lafayette Cemetery, one of the city’s most significant ‘Cities of the Dead’.
  • 2-hour New Orleans Garden District ghost tour
  • Walk through Lafayette Cemetery and visit haunted sites in the Garden District
  • See where 'Interview with the Vampire' and 'Dracula 2000' were filmed
  • Hear your guide share spooky stories in the graveyard
  • Visit documented sites featured on A&E, the History Channel and the Discovery Channel
Pull away the Garden District’s luxurious curtain and see the ghostly shadows that lurk beneath. Your  afternoon haunted walking tour begins at the gates of Lafayette Cemetery, one of New Orleans oldest surviving – and still operating – cemeteries. Spanning just one square block, this mysterious site houses more than 7,000 people in tombs and mausoleums, some of which have attracted paranormal professionals. Learn about Lafayette’s most famous residents, some of which are fictional such as the Mayfair Witches from Anne Rice’s horror novel The Witching Hour.

Exit the cemetery into the surrounding Garden District. As you stroll through the decorated antebellum‐era neighborhood, you’ll pass by sites of supernatural repute and the actual filming locations from Interview with the Vampire, Double Jeopardy and Dracula 2000. Your dance with the living and dead in New Orleans end back at the starting point by late‐afternoon. 

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