Imagine exploring the haunted streets and locations of New Orleans and the French Quarter at night. Is there a ghost lurking around the next corner? Will you be the next guest to have an experience with one of New Orleans' ghosts at the haunted locations on our ghost tours? Here in New Orleans, we take our guests to the most haunted locations in the French Quarter 7 nights a week.
Below, you'll find an introduction to Ghost City Tours of New Orleans. You'll find links to the different ghost tours we offer in New Orleans, along with articles about the most haunted locations in New Orleans. We hope to help you plan a perfect haunted trip to New Orleans!View our
The Ghosts of New Orleans Tour is the #1 ghost tour for families and children in New Orleans - but it's also great for history buffs and fans of the paranormal.
Ghost City Tours offers 2 Adults Only Ghost Tours in New Orleans (not including our Pub Crawl). These ghost tours are for ages 16+ only.
Ghost City offers the most popular Pub Crawl in New Orleans. For ages 21+ only.
Ghost City Tours is New Orleans' #1 Group Ghost Tour Company. Whether you have a group of 12 or 312, Ghost City Tours offers the best group ghost tours in New Orleans.
We offer a Group Discount of 15% for groups of 12 or more.
For Groups of 30 or more, we even offer payment plans if you book your Ghost Tour far enough in advance.
When our guests plan their trip to New Orleans, one of the most common questions we get is 'Where can I stay that is haunted?' Luckily for those looking for a haunted hotel or B&B, we've put together a list of the most haunted places to stay while visiting New Orleans.
Whether you're looking for a Hotel in the French Quarter, a Bed and Breakfast in the Garden District, or anything else, you can find a hotel place to stay in New Orleans with Ghost City Tours' help.
When it comes to haunted hotels in the French Quarter of New Orleans, the Andrew Jackson Hotel is right up at the top. Stories of hauntings and ghosts have come from guests for as long as the Andrew Jackson Hotel has welcomed them.
Perhaps spookiest of all is the fact that most of the hauntings and ghosts seem to be that of children. Many guests have reported hearing children playing in the halls of this Haunted New Orleans Hotel.Learn more about the Andrew Jackson Hotel
The haunted Bourbon Orleans Hotel, right in the heart of the French Quarter, is home to more ghosts than perhaps any other Hotel in New Orleans. From the ghosts of the Octoroon Mistresses to the ghosts of children running in the Halls, the Bourbon Orleans seems to have it all.
If you're looking for a Haunted Hotel to stay at while in New Orleans, the Bourbon Orleans should certainly be on your shortlist of possible lodging options.Learn more about the Bourbon Orleans Hotel
The Hotel Monteleone has been a constant in New Orleans’ French Quarter for quite some time now. And ever since the doors opened, stories about ghosts and the haunted Hotel Monteleone have been told.
Who are the ghosts which haunt the Hotel Monteleone? Are they simply past employees who still report to work? Innocent victims of brutal crimes? Or maybe one of the many famous people who stayed here. Or, perhaps all of the above?Learn more about Hotel Monteleone
To add more haunted goodness to your trip to New Orleans, we highly suggest that you take time for dinner at one of New Orleans' haunted restaurants. We also have more than our share of haunted bars!
We've compiled a list of our favorite haunted restaurants for you to choose from while visiting New Orleans. They're a perfect complement to our Ghost Tours.
Perhaps more than any other location, Muriel’s has gone above and beyond to be accommodating to the ghosts which haunt this famous New Orleans restaurant. The building which houses Muriel’s was considered haunted well before the restaurant set up shop.
But, who is this mysterious ghost who harasses the staff and makes itself known to the diners who come to enjoy Muriel’s incredible menu? Our ghost tours tell the whole story about the hauntings of Muriel’s Restaurant.Read more about the ghosts of Muriel’s Restaurant
One of the oldest and most haunted buildings in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, is easily one of the spookiest bars in all of New Orleans. At night, almost the entire bar is lit by candlelight. It certainly seems to be welcoming for the ghosts that often make appearances.
Is the ghost of Lafitte’s that of Jean Lafitte, as is rumored, or is something else, something darker, going on at Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop?Read more about the ghosts of Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
As one of the few bars to survive the Prohibition era, the Absinthe House is an iconic spot along the busy Bourbon Street. But while people may come to the Old Absinthe House for the "green fairy," they inadvertently stick around for the ghosts.
Rumors of hauntings have circulated for decades--the ghost of a pirate, the ghosts of former tavern-goers. Which spirits may you encounter upon visiting this drinking establishment? Only time will tell. Just remember that the spirits love the Absinthe Bar just as much as the living do.Learn more about the ghosts of the Absinthe House
Since the early 1700s, ghost stories have been told in New Orleans. Some of the ghost stories told in New Orleans are based on legend and lore - others are based on real hauntings that are still happening today. Being a Ghost Tour company, Ghost City knows a thing or two about Ghost Stories.
If you're interested in learning more about Ghost Stories in New Orleans, check out the pages below. You'll find a plethora of information related to common and less common ghost stories told in New Orleans.
One of the most misunderstood ghost stories in New Orleans involves the Casket Girls. These young women, who came to New Orleans in the early 1700s are the source of many vampire stories and more. How much of it is total nonsense?
What was once a terrifying sequence of deadly events has turned into a popular pop culture topic made into movies and more. The Axeman of New Orleans caused more than a few living souls to become ghosts during his murder spree.
Ghost City began operating tours in New Orleans in 2014, and before long, we became the #1 company offering ghost tours in the French Quarter. Our dedication to quality and authenticity has not only set us apart from the rest but made us the leader in the industry.
Ghost City operates a complete Guest Services office, open from 7AM-11:30PM, 7 days a week.
No matter which City you're visiting, Ghost City's reputation as a 5-Star Tour Company is established.
We employ and support Veterans - We thank you for your service and are proud to offer you a discount!
In the VERY rare circumstances where someone isn't 100% satisfied, we'll do what we need to do to make it right.
The best Tour Guides want to work with Ghost City. You won't find better tour guides in any of our cities.
We're not just a Ghost Tour company - we're a team of people who love ghost hunting and exploring the paranormal.