New Orleans, LA

New Orleans Drunk History Tour

Ashley Lideau
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NEW ORLEANS, LA — In the New Orleans Drunk History Tour, participants will be going through one of the oldest, most cultured, and historic neighborhoods in the United States, complete with drinks to tell the story behind New Orleans.

The two‐hour walking tour — centered around New Orleans' history — will bring visitors through the Vieux Carre or French Quarter, along with its historical and cultural landmarks. Learn about New Orleans' development from a trusted local guide.

Home of over 200 bars, this neighborhood allows guests to check out dozens of bars and refilling their cups to experience the tour.

During the tour, visitors will visit the exact location where the Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803. They will also see the famous St Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square and many more historical places in the Big Easy.

New Orleans tour would not be complete without some stories of voodoo, ghost, and vampires. This tour covers it, as it will lead visitors to know about where to find ghosts around NOLA while also visiting one of the most haunted houses in the city, the LaLaurie Mansion.

This tour also covers how voodoo came to New Orleans. Guest will learn about Vodou Queen Marie Laveau, visit voodoo ceremonies location, and learn about burial practices and mass graves related to the Caribbean religion. Besides the horror tour, guests will also learn about tragic events in Greater New Orleans, such as Yellow Fever, fires, and hurricanes.

This tour is children-friendly, however, please note that some locations allow children inside, and some do not.

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