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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.
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Steve_of_N21 wrote a review Mar 2019
London, United Kingdom1,663 contributions1,049 helpful votes
Julia Row refers to the thirteen side-hall row houses on Julia Street between St. Charles Avenue and Camp Street, also known as the Thirteen Sisters. They were originally built in 1833 and became one of the most affluent addresses in the American Sector of New Orleans. But the area declined from the 1850’s as people moved out, primarily to the Garden district, and the properties fell into ruin. So good to see these red brick houses and the warehouse District in general on the up and back to their original grandeur.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Jodi H wrote a review Jan 2019
Augusta, Georgia3,150 contributions132 helpful votes
Julia Row is located in the Warehouse District. Lots of art galleries here & nicknamed Gallery Row. The Historic Preservation saved thirteen buildings on this street. These are located on the uptown side of Julia Row. They are otherwise known as The Thirteen Sisters. Originally when they were built in 1833 they were identical. Now they are on the National Register of Historical Places.
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Date of experience: January 2019
sarslim wrote a review May 2018
Sarasota, Florida90 contributions56 helpful votes
Stayed in the area and had two dinners, both great, took in the First Friday, hung at a bar for Cinco DeMayo, overall great place to set up camp outside of the FQ and but closer to the FQ than the Garden District (about a 15 minute walk to Bourbon St. Its clean and appears safe. Many galleries, some museums, several good eats and generally plenty of fun. Hallowing Wolf is close by for those needing a concert club. Had dinner at Meril and Annunciation, both i'd be happy to go back to plus there are several others. Stayed at Resident's Inn and would recommend that as well. Recommended area.
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Date of experience: May 2018
Suzanne S wrote a review Jul 2017
New Orleans, Louisiana25 contributions29 helpful votes
Julia street has a lot of galleries to visit and peruse through the art work which changes on a regular basis. Each first Saturday of a month the galleries stay open late and some offer free wine and nibbles while you visit. There are also some nice restaurants to try in the area.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Glenn M wrote a review Jul 2017
New Orleans, Louisiana17 contributions7 helpful votes
This area is a great place to stay if you are a tourist. It is WAY overpriced if you want to buy a condo or rent annually because most of those spots have been bought by one of three "families" who don't care about anything but money, money, money. Julia Street was one of the first areas to enjoy the boom that the warehouse district enjoyed thanks mostly to Emeril. It is relatively safe during daylight hours but beware after around ten.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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