Ghosts & Spirits Walking Tour
Paranormal is Normal in New Orleans
GRAY LINE EXCLUSIVE! Use EMF meters to detect electromagnetic field fluctuations as you explore the famous Bourbon Orleans Hotel Ballroom (Gray Line exclusive access). Will you see any of the ghosts that inhabit this building, formerly a theater, Quadroon Ballroom, orphanage and convent? Staff and guests report regular ghost sightings - maybe you will too!
New Orleans has been referred to as “The most haunted city in America.” After this nighttime walking tour of the French Quarter, we’ll let you be the judge!
With its colorful history and unique traditions, it is no wonder so many New Orleans homes and taverns have been investigated by paranormal investigators.
You'll visit several haunted sites and hear about the stories featured on The History Channel and The Discovery Channel.
Hear ghostly stories about our haunted hotels and the courthouse where our state supreme court is based. We even visit a former slave exchange. Each guide has researched these "other spirits" of the Vieux Carre, so no two tours are exactly alike.
Take an exciting look at the relics of voodoo ceremonies, a vampire-slaying kit, and age-old tools of the trade used by mystical and mysterious inhabitants of our city.
Bring your camera. You never know who will want to pose for a picture!
Not recommended for children under 10 years of age. Venues and stories subject to change.
- Explore the Bourbon Orleans Hotel Ballroom (Gray Line exclusive access), with EMF Ghost Detectors
Venue & stories subject to change
Note: This is a walking tour on uneven sidewalks and streets, so please wear comfortable shoes!
We recommend that you wear casual, comfortable attire but please avoid tank tops, cut-offs or short shorts.
Tour departs at 7:30pm sharp! If you do not have a ticket printed locally through Gray Line, please arrive with the printed copy of your voucher no later than 7:15pm.
Child: $15.00 (ages 6-12)
- Group rates apply to a minimum of 10 adults on our regularly scheduled tours.
- Reservations are recommended 24 hours in advance.