Take a haunted pub crawl throughout the French quarter and learn the haunted history of New Orleans in a drunken history tour. On this tour we focus on the cities most haunted bars and restaurants. Don’t worry we stop by famous places like Lalaurie Mansion and Omni Royal as well.
While we pride ourselves in not doing the same scripted route each and every tour there are certain places that are so important they make the tour 99.9% of the time. Expect to visit each of the places below on your tour as well as many others that will be selected by your tour guide on the day of the tour.
The second oldest restaurant and the oldest standing bar in New Orleans. This historic building is full of haunted history as well as food and cocktail history. The classic New Orleans dessert cocktail, the Grasshopper was invented here, and every bartender takes New Orleans cocktail history seriously. every guest on the haunted pub crawl will have the opportunity to try a traditional New Orleans Hurricane! There’s no kool-aid mix or grain alcohol in these hurricanes. Tujague’s is one of the few bars in the city that still uses the traditional hurricane recipe with all natural ingredients. Aside from the raucous clubs of Bourbon Street, New Orleans is predominantly a neighborhood bar city, and Tujague’s is one of the most important neighborhood bars in New Orleans’ history. Guests will have the opportunity to drink like a local, while learning about the infamous hauntings in Tujagues private rooms.
By far considered one of the most haunted locations in the French Quarter. This historic mansion built in 1832 will give you the chills once your guide tells you what happened here.
The oldest bar in the United States of America. It was built in 1772 and served as a hideaway for pirates including the famous Jean Lafitte. It is said that the ghost of Jean Lafitte still wanders the halls.
Enjoy a two-hour tour through the French Quarter.
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