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Flea Market
French Market , New Orleans
3.8
By visiting French Market you’re immersing yourself in a commercial history that stretches back to the 18th century. The market started as a
Tours from $20
Factory Outlet
3.6
Tours from $39
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4.6
Duration: 2 hours
New Orleans is considered "The Most Haunted City" in the United States with rich paranormal history like no other. Allow our master storytellers to walk you through the realm of Ghosts, Voodoo, Vampires & More. While on tour, you will hear the story of New Orleans' most haunted & featured location, the Lalaurie Mansion. Delve into the bone-chilling story of Mad Madam LaLaurie, considered one of our most sinister historical figures. You will leave with feelings of excitement and trepidation as you continue on to explore the streets of the French Quarter. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to tour departure for check-in at the steps of the Supreme Courthouse. Refunds will not be issued for late arrivals. Each tour is unique and may or may not include all of the stops listed above or may stop at other locations, not on this list. Please be advised this is an outdoor walking tour and we do not enter any buildings.
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Boutique du Vampyre , New Orleans
4.7
Louisiana Music Factory , New Orleans
4.6
Louisiana Music Factory is an independent record and CD store located on Frenchmen Street in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans
Tours from $30

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Though you can walk to most tourist attractions in New Orleans from a hotel in the central business district, remember that many other parts of town feature less expensive and equally comfortable accommodations. Smaller hotels and private guesthouses in quiet residential neighborhoods offer not only good local food and spacious rooms, but can also allow you to explore the city's culture away from overwhelming tourist crowds. To reduce your carbon footprint during your stay, consider one of French Quarter's many green or eco-friendly hotels.
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