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New Orleans Ghost, Voodoo & Vampire Walking Tour

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New Orleans is infamous for its spooky past, filled with tales of voodoo, vampires, ghosts, and witches. During this walking tour, save time with a guide who knows the quickest routes around the Big Easy and brings the folklore and history of the city to life, all during the creepiest time of day—the night. Plus, a centrally located meeting point makes for a hassle-free, fun evening.
$19.97 $21 per adult
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Lynn S wrote a review Sep 2020
Naples, Florida803 contributions109 helpful votes
This is a great, educational museum. The hurricane portion on the main floor is all about hurricanes in New Orleans, focusing on Katrina. Videos are sprinkled throughout. Tons of photos. Many placques of excellent information. I learned so much. Upstairs is the Mardi Gras museum. (There are a number of steps up to the second floor. Not sure if there is an elevator.). I knew nothing about Mardi Gras but came away with knowledge of the festival's history. The museum has beautiful displays of the costumes and jewelry. They have nice restroom facilities on the first floor. As I'm now a senior, my ticket was $6 compared to $7. This is a must see museum.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from LA_State_Museum, Manager at The Presbytere
Responded Sep 10, 2020
Thank you for your review of our museum! We love getting all feedback. We do have an elevator, located in the center hallway, for your next visit! I hope you got a chance to check out the Cabildo while you were in the area!
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Laughingbodies wrote a review Aug 2020
Escondido, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
I found the museum while I was walking around and spent two hours learning about Katrina. I was so moved. I then went upstairs and learned all about Mardi Gras and well what can I say - I came out knowing more than when I went in and had several profound emotional experiences while in the museum. Best $7.00 I've ever spent!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from LA_State_Museum, Manager at The Presbytere
Responded Aug 31, 2020
We are so very pleased that you enjoyed your visit and that you were able to share the experience with others!
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Kathryn O wrote a review Aug 2020
9 contributions1 helpful vote
Very compelling Hurricane Katrina exhibit. It even kept my toddler mesmerized. Incredible Mardi Gras costume collection on the second floor. Well worth a visit or two.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Emily C wrote a review Jul 2020
Columbus, Ohio13 contributions2 helpful votes
Amazing museum, both in the Hurricane Katrina and Mardi Gras sections. We were on a time crunch and I didn't end up seeing *everything* in the Mardi Gras section, but it was worth it to me to spend a few hours looking at the Katrina section. I learned so much about that hurricane, and others that affected the New Orleans area, that I completely gained a new kind of empathy for the city's residents. I'll probably visit this museum again when I visit NOLA in the future.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Teresa wrote a review Jun 2020
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Along with Cabildo and St Louis Cathedral. All three buildings hold the history of the French Quarter Nola. Exhibits from days passed you'll never see anywhere. The Presbytere first floor is deicated to Katrina victims. Bring tears to your eyes. Thank you
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Date of experience: June 2020
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