Chilling stories will make tourists, international guests and out-of-town visitors wonder about human behavior and what compels them to commit the crime in the French Quarters.
Of course, Louisiana enjoys the tourists visiting New Orleans, one of the top three economic drivers. The folklore and legends make the locations throughout the French Quarter enchanting.
- Haunted bar of LaFitte Blacksmith Shop
- Explanation of poltergeists, apparitions and haunted specters
- 15-minute break at Harry's Bar, a local neighborhood dive
- Haunted house in America
- Narrated legends by natives of New Orleans
Duration of tour
Plan for two hours and about less than a mile walking around the streets of French Quarters.
Backed by history and crime, this tour covers subjects of ghosts, voodoo, vampires and witchcraft. It's a perfect tour for Friday the 13th and Halloween week.
1. 4-in-1 Walking Tour
2. 3-in-1 Cemetery, French Quarter & Voodoo Tour
3. Witchpack Tour
4. Haunted Carriage Tour
5. Airboat/Swamp Tour
6. Plantation Tour
7. Ultimate City Excursion
8. Staggering Pirate Tour
Witches Brew Tours
819 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA
Phone: (504) 413-3120
Tip #1: Sign up for a tour. It's better than a tour book.
Tip #2: The tour company offers private and customized tours for groups requesting specific
Tip #3: Bring water, fan and good walking shoes for this tour.
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