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Get a ghoulish start to your New Orleans evening with a 1-hour haunted history tour of the French Quarter. See the real-life haunts you’ve heard about, and learn how the city got its spine-tingling reputation as your guide relates tales of vampires, voodoo, paranormal activity and true crime. If you're short on time, it's a great introduction to New Orleans’ spooky southern Gothic atmosphere.
1-hour haunted history walking tour of New Orleans
See some of the most haunted locations in the French Quarter
Hear chilling tales of vampires, ghost sightings and true crime
Pass by the infamous LaLaurie mansion, featured in 'American Horror Story: Coven'
Get the real story about mysterious voodoo practices
Bring your walking shoes and your sense of adventure on this 1-hour horror tour that's not for the faint of heart! In the early evening, as the heat of the day cools and the sun descends, meet your entertaining local guide at Harry’s Corner Bar in the French Quarter. Set off on a leisurely stroll through the most famous neighborhood of America's most haunted city, where fun-seeking revelry combines with centuries of salacious stories and dark deeds.
Pass by historic Creole mansions and narrow alleyways as your guide relates tales of terror, from recorded paranormal activity to blood-curdling true crimes that shocked the city. Stand before the infamous LaLaurie mansion that inspired scenes from American Horror Story: Coven, and see the home of St Germaine, a suspected 20th-century vampire said to be seen clinking glasses with locals even today. Separate fact from fiction as you learn about the mysterious rituals of voodoo and how they have shaped the city’s spiritual landscape.
At the end of the tour, say goodbye to your guide at a central, safe French Quarter location and continue on your own into the New Orleans night — if you dare!