Haunted sites documented by paranormal investigators
Guides use EMF Ghost Detectors
Exclusive access to Bourbon Orleans Hotels Haunted Ballroom
Real-life chronicles of life & death in the eerie Big Easy
Age-old relics of voodoo rituals & a vampire slaying kit
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided nighttime walking tour of New Orleans
Explore the Bourbon Orleans Hotel (exclusive access)
EMF Ghost Detectors
Cleaning and safety practicesSee all
- Masks required
- Personal safety equipment
- Social distancing
What you can expect
Stroll down the spooky streets of the French Quarter and stop at haunted sites—including our tour's exclusive access to the Bourbon Orleans Hotel—where your guide shares stories of some of the city's favorite dark legends. In order to enhance the guest experience and provide a quality tour, our tour group size is kept small. Because every guide researches their own stories of New Orleans’s chilling history, you never know what trembling tales they might tell.
With its atmospheric French Quarter, dozens of graveyards, and centuries-old neighborhoods, New Orleans is often billed as one of the most haunted cities in the US. Explore New Orleans and its paranormal past as resident experts lead you on a ghostly trip through time.
You might hear about Pere Dagobert and the singing rain, learn about the origins of the nickname of colonial governor Alejandro “Bloody” O'Reilly, or find out why a ghost named Julie haunts the Bottom of the Tea Cup Tearoom, waiting for her lover.
As you walk through O'Flaherty's Pub, be on the lookout for the bar's 3 resident ghosts, who tend to appear when their favorite song is played. Along the way, take a look at the relics of voodoo ceremonies, a vampire slaying kit, and age-old tools of the trade used by the city's mystical and mysterious inhabitants. Be sure to bring your camera, because you never know who might make an appearance for a paranormal picture!
Cleaning and safety practices
- Social distancing measures in place
- Protective shields in place at main contact areas
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Temperature checks available
- Masks required
- Masks provided
- Hand sanitizer provided
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