"This walking tour will depart from P.J.'s Coffee House conveniently located at 630 Chartres Street in the historic Upper Pontalba Building just off Jackson Square. Your guide will lead you through the old French Quarter during the first half of the tour stopping at various historical locations to explain the unique history of New Orleans. You will learn about the history the hauntings and the unique burial practices that make St. Louis No. 1 so unique. After a leisurely 7-block stroll the tour will take a break at the Basin St. Visitor's Center
"Drink your way through one of the oldest most cultured and historic neighborhoods in the United States on this innovative interactive tour complete with stories of New Orleans history dark history legends of ghosts voodoo and vampires
New Orleans French Quarter Bar Pit Stop and Legends Walking Tour
"Once you meet your guide at a designated meeting point you can get ready for a fun cultural experience. You will walk through the magical streets of the Vieux Carre and visit historic and cultural landmarks. You will also visit the exact location where the Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803 as well as the famous St Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square and many more places that played a vital role in New Orleans history. You will discover where to find the most predictable ghost named Julie and visit the most haunted house in the city as well as multiple locations where vampires have been seen (the police have documented sightings of them on a regular basis). You will also learn about the origins of voodoo in New Orleans hear about the Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and locations where Voodoo ceremonies were held. Apart from the history and the paranormal you will also explore its bars. The French Quarter has over 200 bars! While not going inside the bars
This was our second visit to New Orleans and we hung outside the church on Sunday morning till after service so we could get a quick look inside. We were only inside for about 10 minutes. There was a...
The oldest cemetery in New Orleans, St. Louis Cemetery #1 was founded in 1789. It's listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Most of the burial sites are elaborate above ground vaults and...