New Orleans exists between the worlds of the living and dead.
From our unconventional funeral traditions, eerie religious practices, and numerous historic calamities its no wonder the French Quarter is riddled with encounters of ghosts and unexplained events. A rich tradition of Louisiana Voodoo paired with our very own Voodoo Queen of New Orleans (Marie Laveau) means that magic winds its way into every street of the historic river city. Voodoo, Hoodoo, Conjuremen, Ghosts, Vampires, and more have worked their way into the incredible tapestry of life (and death) in New Orleans.
Our Licensed tour guides will lead you to the most haunted places in the French Quarter, touching upon the history and memory of New Orleans. Why does the ghost of a priest still walk near the St. Louis Cathedral? What horror stories have been woven from the Axe Man of New Orleans? What still walks the streets of the French Quarter at night, side by side with tourist and jazz bands? You’ll be able to experience all of this with one of our expert guides while diving into the darker and more mysterious pieces of the incredible patchwork of the city.
Ghost, History, Murder and Mystery Tour
- Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your departure time
- Tour departs 7 days a week, rain or shine. Please wear comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella
- Bring a camera
- Private Tours available upon request by phone
- No tours on Mardi Gras Day
434 Charters Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Meet in front of Hove’ Parfumeur
(which is next door to Napoleon House)
5:30 and 8:00 every night
$25 Adults ages 13+
$18 Senior ages 65 + with valid ID
$18 Active Military with valid ID
$18 Student ages 13-17 with valid ID
$14 Child (ages 6-12)
FREE for ages 5 and under
Featured Tour Stops (subject to change)
Le Petit Theatre
New Orleans’ most historic playhouse, Le Petit Théâtre Du Vieux Carré, plays an important role in our nation’s theatrical history. Le Petit was founded in 1916, when a group of amateur theatre-lovers began putting on plays in the drawing room of one of the members. The audiences of the Drawing Room Players grew, and the founders rented space on the second floor in the lower Pontalba Buildings, for $17.50 per month. During its 95 years of operation, Le Petit has been recognized as one of the leading “little” or community theaters in the nation.
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Old Ursuline Convent
The Haunted Hotel
Omni Royal Orleans
Andrew Jackson Hotel
Bourbon Orleans Hotel