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Pirate's Alley in New Orleans
Pirate's Alley
Colorful buildings down Pirate's Alley

Pirate's Alley in New Orleans, LA

622 Pirates Alley New Orleans, , LA 70116
The following tours visit Pirate's Alley:
Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour Photo
7/10/2020 - 12/31/2020
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.
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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. In reality, its official name was Orleans Alley, until the mid 1960's when the city changed it to Pirate Alley. This was to reflect its name of common usage, and to make it easier for tourists to find. Located in Pirate Alley, but closer to Royal St., is the Faulkner House, named for William Faulkner who wrote his first novel while residing there. The alley is one block long, and extends from Chartres St. at Jackson Square to Royal St. Halfway down the alley, a lamppost marks its intersection by Cabildo Alley, which extends to St. Peter St. 


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