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Visite des fantômes hantés, du vaudou, des vampires et du mystère de la Nouvelle-Orléans

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La Nouvelle-Orléans est considérée comme "la ville la plus hantée" aux États-Unis avec une riche histoire paranormale comme aucune autre. Laissez nos maîtres conteurs vous guider dans le royaume des fantômes, du vaudou, des vampires et plus encore.

Pendant votre tournée, vous entendrez l'histoire de l'endroit le plus hanté et le plus en vedette de la Nouvelle-Orléans, le Lalaurie Mansion. Plongez dans l'histoire effrayante de Mad Madam LaLaurie, considérée comme l'une de nos figures historiques les plus sinistres. Vous repartirez avec des sentiments d'excitation et d'appréhension en continuant à explorer les rues du quartier français.

Veuillez arriver 30 minutes avant le départ de la visite pour l'enregistrement sur les marches du palais de justice suprême. Aucun remboursement ne sera effectué pour les arrivées tardives. Chaque visite est unique et peut inclure ou non tous les arrêts énumérés ci-dessus ou peut s'arrêter à d'autres endroits, ne figurant pas sur cette liste. Veuillez noter qu'il s'agit d'une visite à pied en plein air et que nous n'entrons dans aucun bâtiment.
Ville: La Nouvelle Orléans
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  • Accessible aux fauteuils roulants
  • Animaux d'assistance autorisés
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Toutes les zones et surfaces sont accessibles aux fauteuils roulants
  • Déconseillé aux voyageurs ayant une mauvaise santé cardiovasculaire
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de forme physique
  • Guides nécessaires pour se laver les mains régulièrement
  • Politique de séjour à domicile payante pour le personnel présentant des symptômes
  • Les masques sont recommandés pendant la visite pour les invités qui ne sont pas vaccinés.
À quoi s'attendre
1
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
2
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
3
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
4
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
5
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
6
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
7
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
8
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
9
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
10
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
11
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
12
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
13
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
14
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
15
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
16
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
17
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
18
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
19
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
20
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
21
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
22
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
23
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
24
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
25
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
26
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
27
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
28
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
29
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
30
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
31
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
32
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
33
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
34
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
35
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
36
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
37
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
38
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
39
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
40
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
41
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
42
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
43
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
44
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
45
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
46
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
47
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
48
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
49
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
50
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
51
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
52
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
53
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
54
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
55
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
56
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
57
French Quarter
Your local guide will share dark, mysterious stories and legends about these French Quarter haunts, some of which involve voodoo, witchcraft, ghosts and vampires!
58
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
Louis Dufilho, America’s First Licensed Pharmacist, opened what is known as the Pharmacy Museum in 1816. Now, this former apothecary shop hosts an assortment of medical exhibits from the past for your viewing pleasure.
59
Jackson Square
The beautiful landmark known as Jackson Square is named after the legendary General Jackson who led soldiers to victory during the Battle of New Orleans. On a Witches Brew tour, you’ll pass this location and get to view the statue of Jackson.
60
Voodoo Authentica
Since the 1990s, Voodoo Authentica has been crafting handmade voodoo dolls, gris-gris bags and more from Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. This is just another legendary location that visitors are pointed towards during a Witches Brew Tours voodoo tour.
61
Old Ursuline Convent Museum
Find out about the legend of the Casket Girls and how they were thought to be the first North American Vampires.
62
Lalaurie Mansion
As you explore the French Quarter you will learn about the horrifying tales of slaves at the LaLaurie House and learn about various other ghostly and ghastly characters of New Orleans's sordid past.
63
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
Visit one of New Orleans' oldest structures, and some of the former resident souls. Formerly the site of infamous Jean Lafitte’s illicit privateer operation, it's one of the most haunted buildings in the French Quarter.
64
quartier français
Votre guide local partagera des histoires et des légendes sombres et mystérieuses sur ces repaires du quartier français, dont certaines impliquent le vaudou, la sorcellerie, les fantômes et les vampires !
65
Musée de la pharmacie de la Nouvelle-Orléans
Louis Dufilho, le premier pharmacien américain agréé, a ouvert ce qu'on appelle le musée de la pharmacie en 1816. Aujourd'hui, cet ancien magasin d'apothicaire accueille un assortiment d'expositions médicales du passé pour votre plus grand plaisir.
66
Place Jackson
Le magnifique monument connu sous le nom de Jackson Square porte le nom du légendaire général Jackson qui a mené les soldats à la victoire lors de la bataille de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Lors d'une visite de Witches Brew, vous passerez devant cet endroit et pourrez voir la statue de Jackson.
67
Authentique vaudou
Depuis les années 1990, Voodoo Authentica fabrique à la main des poupées vaudou, des sacs gris-gris et bien plus encore dans la rue Dumaine dans le quartier français. Ce n'est qu'un autre endroit légendaire vers lequel les visiteurs sont dirigés lors d'une visite vaudou de Witches Brew Tours.
68
Musée de l'ancien couvent des Ursulines
Découvrez la légende des Casket Girls et comment elles étaient considérées comme les premiers vampires nord-américains.
69
Manoir Lalaurie
En explorant le quartier français, vous découvrirez les horribles histoires d'esclaves de la maison LaLaurie et découvrirez divers autres personnages fantomatiques et épouvantables du passé sordide de la Nouvelle-Orléans.
70
Bar de la forge de Lafitte
Visitez l'une des plus anciennes structures de la Nouvelle-Orléans et certaines des anciennes âmes résidentes. Anciennement le site de l'infâme opération corsaire illicite de Jean Lafitte, c'est l'un des bâtiments les plus hantés du quartier français.
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Commentaires (1000)
534karynak
Dec 2022
Super nice tour with Randy! I like the tour a lot was very informative and scary! Was nice to be with this tour guide
Sunshine59509632425
Dec 2022
I love how Randy was honest and extremely informative! 10 out of 10 would recommend! Every time we have to request Randy!
131stormyc
Dec 2022
Kristie was fantastic! She had such a great way of telling stories that left us all spooked and laughing in equal measure.

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