Also called the Sultan’s Palace, the Gardette-LaPretre Mansion has an unusual history. So, so many scary clowns. ... the Crescent City has plenty of haunted house attractions, ... zombies, monsters, and scary clowns. New Orleans, America’s most haunted city. When you’re visiting New Orleans, especially if you take the time to walk around the French Quarter at night, it is easy to see why many people make this claim. Ogden Museum of Southern Art is open seven days a week so you can check out the beautiful paintings and sculptures on your schedule. The official New Orleans Halloween Parade since 2007, the Krewe of Boo Halloween Parade has scary, three-dimensional props and floats designed by the renowned Kern Studio. New Orleans has over 300 years of history...and mystery. There is always somewhere that you can go and feel like maybe you aren’t so strange after all. New Orleans Nightmare, the newest and largest haunted house in New Orleans is back. Listen to your guide's spooky stories as you make your way through the atmospheric old French Quarter, from tales of unsolved murders to hauntings. The MOST HAUNTED Places in New Orleans.
World-class makeup and special effects will make you feel like you’re the star of your own horror film. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in June.
3 ATTRACTIONS. Admission into the New Orleans Nightmare. Scary should always be this fun! Discover 80 hidden attractions, cool sights, and unusual things to do in New Orleans, Louisiana from New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum to The Music Tree. Here are 11 of the weirdest places in New Orleans. New attractions inside the haunt this year include “Complete Darkness” where guests will be submerged in total darkness and have to rely on their five senses to escape. The spooky streets and alleyways come alive as your imagination plays tricks on you. The Creepiest Haunted Houses in New Orleans to Visit Right Now. Attractions in New Orleans for Kids. So, so many scary … Famous for its practitioners of the mystical arts, from Voodoo queens to professed vampires and Wiccans, New Orleans sets the stage for all manner of third eye explorations. New Orleans is a haunted city 365 days out of the year—but in October, it wears its spooky mantle of fog, Spanish moss, and vermin especially effectively. New Orleans attractions are endless. Here are 11 of the weirdest places in New Orleans. This city is a place where the dead refuse to rest, in fact, there is no solid ground to hold them.
Base Price General Admission. Explore the haunted side of New Orleans on a ghost tour through the French Quarter and beyond. The world-famous 13th Floor Haunted House presents a Halloween experience like noneother, New Orleans Nightmare! ... the Crescent City has plenty of haunted house attractions, too. There are some truly weird places in New Orleans, that’s one of the things I love about the city the most.
The spooky streets and alleyways come alive as your imagination plays tricks on you. On Saturday, October 19, 2019, monsters rule the streets of the French Quarter starting at 6:30 p.m. For more information and updates about how New Orleans is addressing the Covid-19 outbreak – including restaurants that are currently open for takeout and delivery – please visit our homepage Read More