Omni Royal Orleans is a four-diamond luxury New Orleans hotel located in the historic French Quarter. Make your New Orleans vacation one to remember.
Once the building for the city’s slave market and the site of great brutality, now a luxury hotel. You may see lights flicker and faucets turn on and off.
The Bourbon Orleans Hotel's rich, storied history features many spirits who haunt the hotel's corridors and ballrooms.
This former orphanage run by nuns still has kids running along its corridors. Guests have reported hearing children’s voices, seeing nuns in the hallways and feeling electrical charges near the stairwells.
New Orleans Historic Hotel with Modern Amenities. Guests are welcomed to the Dauphine Orleans Hotel with a complimentary welcome beverage at our bar, May Baily’s ...
Built right outside of the French Quarter in the 1800s, The Dauphine has doors that open and close on their own.
Brennan's Restaurant is a New Orleans tradition since 1946. Chef Slade Rushing's innovative Creole menu borrows influences from French and Spanish ancestry with ...
In the Red Room, a man living in the building hanged himself after murdering his family. One of the cooks loved his job so much he continues to try to do it after his death and pots and pans clank in the kitchen when no one is around.
The Oldest French-Creole Fine Dining Restaurant in New Orleans. It all started here. Antoine’s Restaurant has a 176 year-old legacy and is still owned and operated ...
The owner of this popular restaurant is said to come back night after night to check out how everything's going.
Come on a journey to New Orleans, down in the French Quarter, to the heart of Jackson Square, where you will discover a dining experience unlike any other ...
Muriel’s greets wandering spirits with a waiting plate of food and has even turned what was once the old slave quarters into a séance room. One of the former owners committed suicide after losing his house in a poker game on-site.
History, exhibits and artifacts, events, programs, and tours. Located in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Set in the very first apothecary shop, you can view odd cures and artifacts from old medical practices and voodoo rituals, including many fro the former dentist who owned the building and performed questionable and gruesome experiments on "patients".
Basin at St. Louis St. New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 482-5065. Neighborhood: Treme Hours: M-Sat. 9-3; Sun. 9-12 Free Off-Street Parking: No Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Hundreds of thousands are buried in this one square block, including Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, with the tombs being reused over and over. It's rumored to be the most haunted cemetary in New Orleans and possibly America.
Located in what now is the heart of the Garden District, between Washington, Sixth, Prytania, and Coliseum streets, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 is the oldest of
This cemetery is full of the tombs of those who died of yellow fever in the 1850s. Shadows are seen roaming the grounds regularly.