The tour stops at an above-ground cemetery, City Park, the Lighthouse and more.Use EMF meters to detect electromagnetic field fluctuations as you explore the famous Bourbon Orleans Hotel Ballroom (Gray Line exclusive access).
Many visit the tombs of New Orleans St. Louis No. 1 Cemetery ( Rated Number one on Haunted America Tours Top Ten Haunted Cemeteries in the United States ) to visit and take ghost photos of the haunted Tomb of New.Haunted New Orleans: Saint Louis Cemetery No 1 A visit to New Orleans would not be complete without a visit here.Louis Cemetery Number 1 and is still the site of several burials a year.
We also offer private custom tours that meet your interests and custom group tours.In fact, I would definitely say that a ghost tour is one of the top 15 things you must do in New Orleans.New Orleans Custom Tours offers unparalleled access to New Orleans.Louis Cemetery No. 1. One of the oldest, most famous and most haunted cemeteries in New Orleans is also the closest to Hotel Monteleone. St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is located just a few short blocks from our hotel at the corner of St.
Louis Cemetery No. 1 for a walking tour of one of the oldest burial grounds in New Orleans.Jackson Square might be one of the most recognizable stops in New Orleans, and for good reason.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.Ghost Excursions is quickly becoming your number one resource for New Orleans ghost tours, haunted sites, cemetery locations and everything paranormal.Our personable and vetted Nola Ghost guides will lead you through the haunted heart of New Orleans, the French Quarter.
The Cemetery tour would be my recommendation because every town has ghost stories, but only New Orleans has these cemeteries.Enjoy a relaxing ride and experience the unique highlights of the Crescent City on the City and Cemetery Tour with New Orleans Native Tours.
The tour begins at the Coffee House before the group ventures to the cemetery to listen to tales of death and hauntings.
Perhaps the most famous, historic, and most haunted in all of New Orleans, St.
Because of the low water table in New Orleans, many people are buried above ground in tombs and grand monuments creating a beautiful setting.We leave the French Quarter behind as our bus creeps along Esplanade Avenue.