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Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour

Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour
400 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130

We are sorry, Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour has no additional dates currently scheduled.

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Detail The tour lasts approximately 2 hours.
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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Discover why New Orleans is considered 'The most haunted city in America' with the Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour as you walk down the beautiful and historic streets learning all about the dark history to the city including legends and lore of voodoo and vampires as well as the deaths that have occurred in the area on this thrilling haunted ghost tour.

These New Orleans tourist sites visited on this fascinatingly frightening excursion have been featured in TV specials and episodes on The Discovery Channel as well as The History Channel. After learning about different true events that have taken place in the throes and dark alleys of this enchanted city, you'll cease to wonder why so many paranormal investigators set up shop in New Orleans.

Book tons of spooky and haunted things to do to your all-inclusive New Orleans vacation today. Whether you are a longtime paranormal investigator or consider yourself to be something of a skeptic, you and your loved ones will have a grand opportunity to uncover the mysteries and dastardly past of New Orleans. Hear the detailed stories and fables that are said to plague the French Quarter and beyond and gain new insight into the city like you never will be able to experience anywhere else.

Detailed Tour Itinerary
 Stop at  Jackson Square in New Orleans, LA
Historic Jackson Square, originally known in the 18th century as "Place d'Armes," and later renamed in honor of the Battle of New Orleans hero Andrew Jackson, is a timeless attraction in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans. This famous landmark facing the Mississippi River is surrounded by historic buildings, including the St. Louis Cathedral, the Presbytere and Cabildo.
 Stop at  Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans, LA
Today, Dufilho’s 1823 apothecary shop on Chartres Street in the French Quarter houses the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum. It is widely believed to be the largest and most diverse pharmaceutical collection in a single location in the United States, containing old patent medicines, books, and pharmaceutical equipment dating back as far as the early 1800s.
 Stop at  Bourbon Orleans Hotel
The Bourbon Orleans Hotel is known as one of New Orleans' top haunted hotels. Before the hotel's beginning, the site was home to the historic Orleans Ballroom and Theater before being turned into a convent in the late 1800s. Internationally acclaimed psychic Chip Coffey once performed a reading at the historic Orleans ballroom as part of his Coffey Talk Tour and communicated with several spirits, including a young boy and girl who experienced sudden deaths.
 Stop at  Charity Hospital
Before Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, Charity Hospital was the pride of New Orleans. A 1930s Art Deco–style icon built with WPA funds, Charity was one of the oldest continually operating public hospitals in the country and was regarded as one of the most vital and successful. Today Charity is a skeleton of its former self, with smaller, temporary facilities. 
 Stop at  Pirate's Alley in New Orleans, LA
Pirate's Alley is the subject of much legend and lore, some true, and much false. It is one of the "must see" locations of the French Quarter. Some claim that it was a haven for pirates in days past, while others claimed that slaves were sold at the adjacent St. Anthony's Garden on Royal Street.
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Cecilia Vega
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It was wonderful, michael our tour guide was great. He told great stories and was animated and engaging. The tour group was big, but he managed it well. The locations were interesting and the history was wonderful. A little overlap with the cocktail tour and a story, but worth taking for the pictures and all the stories told. I recommend this tour first then the cocktail tour, one lays some foundation on the other. It was too bad we could not go into the ballroom at the hotel the night we took the tour. A child on the tour had orbs in pictures, that was cool too. Our guide had his video that he shot on in the ballroom at a previous time with orbs, that was also wonderful. 4.5 stars.
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"This walking tour is amazing!"
This walking tour is amazing! Full of new orleans history as well as some of the creepy stories that are known to be true by the locals, but have not made it into the history books. Guides are awesome a great way to experience this cultured city.
Frequently Asked Questions for Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour:
  • Approximately how long does the Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour last?
    Approximately 2 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    The tour is recommended for children 10 and up.
  • What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
    Comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
  • Where does the Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour depart from?
    The tour departs from the Gray Line ticket office in the French Quarter at 400 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour?
    Both photography and video cameras are permitted.