New Orleans Drunk History Tours Including Voodoo Vampires And Ghosts

Dated: 07/09/2017

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Imagine taking a tour in the French Quarter during which you experience ghosts, vampires and voodoo while enjoying your favorite drink in a to go cup! This is the entertaining, yet informative New Orleans Drunk History Tour sponsored by Nawlins Theatrical Tour Company/Show Me New Orleans. The tour teaches you about the dark side of New Orleans history including voodoo, vampires and ghosts. While wearing the provided authentic paranormal equipment (optional), you will hear stories involving ghosts and vampires from the expert guide. Although the guide does not go into bars during the tour, he will stop along the way for you to refill your cup.  You will have lots of fun on this adventure, but will also have the opportunity to learn some Louisiana history by visiting St. Louis Cathedral and the location where the Louisiana Purchase was signed. You’ll also learn how voodoo came to New Orleans and get a look at the property that was paid to Queen Marie Laveau for performing her magic. Tours depart daily at 2 PM and meet at 1200 Decatur St. For tickets and ticket information, please see the following link: See the link that follows for all additional information:


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