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Touring the Vieux Carré
Ghosts, Pirates and Mobsters of the Quarter
French Quarter History Tour
The French Quarter History Tour, brought to guests by Historic New Orleans Tours, Inc. departs daily at 10:30 a.m. for a journey through the Vieux Carré.
Don’t miss tales of the Quadroon Ballroom, or literary pit stops for fans of Anne Rice, Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner.
There's no better way to get to know the Quarter, so strap on some comfortable walking shoes and ready yourself for quite a story.
New Orleans Ghost Tours
Didn’t know New Orleans was haunted? Now that you do, sign up for New Orleans Ghosts Tours z a sector of the Haunted History Tours of downtown crescent City.
Once darkness falls over the streets of the French Quarter, set out for the Rev. Zombie's Voodoo Shop on St. Peter Street. This is where the nightly ghost tour guides meet their groups at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., and take them on a two-hour exploration of spiritual New Orleans.
ev. Zombie's Voodoo Shop is also the meeting spot for voodoo and vampire tours – all the more reason to sign up with the Haunted History Tours of the French Quarter.
Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour
What better place to have a cocktail hour tour than the Big Easy?
Hosted by Historic New Orleans Tours, Inc. – this 21-and-over Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour takes guests past a number of famous New Orleans watering holes such as the Carousel Bar, Pat O’Brien’s, and Jean Lafitte Blacksmith Shop – the perfect place for fans of real pirates.
This two and a half-hour tour starts at the legendary Pat’s O’Brien’s Hurricane Bar, and ends on foot at Muriel’s along Chartress Street. Hear how well-known cocktails were first created, and walk past a former homestead of the American Mafia. From Jean Lafitte to Tennessee Williams, this tour is not to be missed.
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