New Orleans, LA > All activities
02/27/2021 ~ 03/04/2021
Good Vibes and a Great Guide on our Ghost Tour
January 27th 2021

The Activity We Experienced

What we chose to do

Dead of Night - Ghost & Graveyard Bus Tour

Dead of Night - Ghost & Graveyard Bus Tour

56 ratings
Duration1.5 - 2 Hrs.
Climb aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned bus and escape into the darkness at some of the most haunted locations...
This is a must if youre visiting NOLA. The guides are amazing and Toast is extremely funny and knowledgable. Was the highlight of our trip.
Thorn was very informative and taught us a lot about New Orleans history and some really cool murder/burial facts.
Very informative and interactive. Night tour was fun and was able to walk into 1 graveyard. Most grave yards were closed at night, so if you want to walk in it, you must do a day tour. However we were still able to take pictures of the cemetery up close still. We did not get any ghost in our pictures but still fun. The tour guide was very informative and fun. Would recommend. After the tour it sparked us to go visit cemeteries on our own and watch New Orleans Charity documentary to know more about New Orleans history. This was a fun side quest. I was also able to call ahead and setup a surprise for my friend. Our tour guide let me play a side quest game with my friend as he was not allowed to enter the cemetery unless he had a graveyard key which was very funny also.

Good Vibes and a Great Guide on our Ghost Tour

How did you discover this activity?

We found this on Google.

When did you book your tour compared to the departure date?

We booked one week in advance.

Why did you choose this activity?

We chose this because my friend and I were curious!

How did you get to the activity location?

We drove and walked.

What was your experience with the activity’s staff?

Toast is awesome!

Highlights or memories you and your group will take from the trip?

We enjoyed the easy-going nature of our tour guide and the good vibes. From the beginning, he was friendly and obviously passionate and educated about what he was telling us. Not only did we discuss the actual cemeteries, and the romanticized Marie L., but we also discussed Katrina, and her effects on the surrounding community.

I love learning, and this was much more than a spooky ghost tour. It was a way to look into New Orleans, and understand how the city became such a cultural epicenter.

Would you recommend this activity to another group like yours? Why or why not?

Yeah, it was educational and entertaining! It’s easy for older folks, and enjoyable for those of us who are new to the city.



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