Delve into the darker side of New Orleans’ with an evening walking tour of the city’s most eerie sites! Wind through the dark corridors of the French Quarter and hear spooky tales of vampires, voodoo, witchcraft and famous hauntings from your local guide. Pass by infamous locations with grisly histories such as St Germaine House and LaLaurie House. Cap it off with a drink to warm your chilled blood at a local pub (own expense).
Haunted nighttime walking tour in New Orleans
Visit spooky sites in the French Quarter, such as the St Germaine House and LaLaurie House
Be entertained by legends of ghosts, voodoo and witchcraft
Stop at a bar for some drinks with your fellow travelers (drinks not included)
Your ghostly adventure begins in the evening at the corner of Royal and Conti streets in the French Quarter. Meet your local guide and set off on a journey through the dark recesses of New Orleans’ haunted history. Steel yourself for legendary tales of wickedness, witchcraft, voodoo, ghosts and vampires!
Your 2‐hour tour winds through the French Quarter, passing creepy sites such as Muriel’s Restaurant and the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, known for its questionable medical practices in the 19th century such as bloodletting and leeching. See the St Germain House, former home of rumored vampire Jacques Saint Germain, and hear blood‐curdling tales of LaLaurie House and its wicked mistress Madame LaLaurie.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Nov 2018
It was okay, but not what we expected. From the title and description it sounded interesting, but they didn't even hardly touch on voodoo or vampire. For having tv series such as "the originals, the vampire diaries" etc filmed in parts of New Orleans. There was only 1 person who had even heard of them. We were hoping to visit areas where filming was done.
Enjoyed the stories and legends told to us by Josh. Didn’t see any spiritual activity but loved hearing the history and stories of New Orleans. Enjoyed the stop for snacks along the route also. Nice little break
We had Robbie! He was fantastic, great energy lots of knowledge!Really interesting stories and history. Highly recommend. Groups are large around 29 people but Robbie was great at communicating with everyone. If you like ghost stories, vampires and true crime this is a fun way to see the French quarter.
Our guide was great ! Fun, knowledgeable and he was happy to answer *all* of our questions : )I *think* his name was Doug. At my age, my memory is not what it used to be : /Regardless, if you can get him, you are bound to have a great time : )
Excellent , enthusiastic narrator and a nice leisurely walk. Pointed out the most know historic figures and occurrences. Price was right. Would have liked more history and be able to actually go inside the places we saw from the outside.
The only thing good about it was the tour leader Robert. He was excellent. We were very disappointed, we thought we would be going into houses or restaurant where ghost were sighted not walking around listening to ghost stories. You should also let senior citizens know when they order tickets that the trip is long and the sidewalks are have holes and broken rocks and if they are not steady on their feet they should not go on the tour. Our ages were between 68 and 78. Every thing we did in New Orleans was great except this trip.