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4333 Euphrosine StreetNew Orleans, La70125

Gray Line Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour

New Orleans has been referred to as “the most haunted city in America.” After this tour, we’ll let you be the judge!

$27.00 2 hours

About This Experience

With its colorful history and unique traditions, it is no wonder so many New Orleans homes and taverns have been investigated by paranormal investigators. You'll visit several haunted sites and hear about the stories featured on The History Channel and The Discovery Channel. Hear ghostly stories about our haunted hotels and the courthouse where our state supreme court is based. We even visit a former slave exchange. Each guide has researched these "other spirits" of the Vieux Carre, so no two tours are alike


Please meet at the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office, located at Toulouse St. and the Mississippi River, for pick up 15 minutes before tour time. No hotel pick up is offered. Refunds are not applicable to tours cancelled within 24 hours of the tour time

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Staff and guests report regular ghost sightings - maybe you will too. Take an exciting look at the relics of voodoo ceremonies, a vampire slaying kit, and age old tools of the trade used by mystical and mysterious inhabitants of our city. Bring your camera. You never know who will want to pose for a picture!

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Kristie was our tour guide, she was fantastic! Great wealth of knowledge and she made the whole tour very interesting and informative. She made us out of town-ers feel very welcome and kept us entertained along the tour. As the town is known for it's haunted background, the assumption was that we would be able to experience these sectors as pointed out on the tour, yet we were not able to gain the full experience of the ghosts tour as we could only take pictures outside of each building. I felt that this was not well communicated when purchasing these tickets and if this was this case, I would have been hesitant to purchase a 2 hour walking tour when I could have just done the French Quarter Walking Tour. For a ghosts and spirits tour, I feel we should have been able to enter these sites to gain the full experience.

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Our tour guide for the ghost tour told the most interesting ghost stories. The tour was full of history and interesting facts about the city. Well worth the money!! Take this tour!

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We had a great ghost tour with Charlie! He threw in a lot of historical details about the city & areas that we saw which we really enjoyed. The stop at the hotel was great with lemon water & iced tea. The group size was kept small so that we could all hear.

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A friend and I went on the Ghosts and Spirits tour and had SO MUCH FUN. I think this is literally the best thing to do in New Orleans, besides eat. One of the perks? You can get a drink before the tour and take it with you, and refresh as you go. We had a wonderful, knowledgeable, funny, experienced tour guide who made the tour so spectacular. She tailored it for what the group was interested in and managed to herd all us drunks around the French Quarter. This Ghost Tour takes most of the night and is well worth the money.

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Todd, our tour director, was very interesting and held our attention as we toured the French Quarter after dark. An interesting thing happened as we stopped in a parking lot to hear the story of an early shop owner who committed suicide in the brick building we were facing. The burglar alarm on a vehicle went off as Todd was telling us the history of the building and continued periodically while we were there. Once we left the lot, the alarm stopped. We were taken inside a hotel's ballroom reputed to be haunted and allowed to spend time taking pictures after hearing the sad history of this building. We also were allowed to enter a courtyard where the body of a murdered girl is buried. Todd's knowledge and his story about a recent murder and suicide after Hurricane Katrina was of special interest. He gave us the name of a book "Shake the Devil Off" written about the people involved and it has proved very interesting. We all enjoyed the time spent with Todd and also learned a lot about New Orleans history.

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Our tour guide Stacey was amazing! Very knowledgable about the history surrounding New Orleans and it's creepy and dark past. She told the stories really well, all locations were great for depicting how the city was back in the day. The best thing was she also shared a laugh and interacted well with the whole group. Thanks Stacey for an amazing tour!!