If you’re looking for a fun, spooky-special way to celebrate this Halloween season, Witches Brew Tours in New Orleans offers ghost tours that are the best in the nation. With Witches Brew Tours you can go on a haunted tour of New Orleans’ locations where you’ll hear about paranormal claims, history, and paranormal related stories, told by professional ghost storytellers. Witches Brew Tours offer a variety of vampire, voodoo, ghost and witchcraft tours where you can night crawl with them through the French Quarters of New Orleans.
Do you like to visit creepy cemeteries? Enjoy a slithering stroll with Witches Brew Haunted Tours through the New Orleans’ St Louis Cemetery in the morning or afternoon. It is New Orleans’ oldest, continuously operated, Catholic cemetery where Governors, Civil Rights activists and the famous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau, are entombed. There you’ll see voodoo tombs and learn about voodoo burial practices.
Don’t want to do the walking? Then, you can take a one-hour Halloween haunted tour in New Orleans in a clip-clopping, classic mule-drawn carriage through New Orleans’ French Quarter. You will visit all of the spooky, spirited sites on the Witches Brew Tours 4-in-1 haunted vampire, ghost, witch, and voodoo tour.
“Come to the Casbar, my little one.” You don’t want to miss the Halloween event of the season sponsored by Witches Brew Tours. The Haunted Costume Ball is on October 22 at Generations Hall in New Orleans. The Halloween event will feature She Wants Revenge, Shock Illusionist Dan Sperry, The Knife Confession and will have two more rooms of entertainment to include darkwave, trance, industrial and goth tunes by DJ Gen X and DJ Darkwave.
Also, The Bad Girls of Burlesque will be performing. There will be three exciting rooms of entertainment, buffet options, with VIP and open bar options. Tickets start at $30. Join in the frightening fun and come as your favorite Halloween character. Costumes Required; Dress Code Enforced; Participants must be 21 and older. Valid ID’s required at the door before entering. Who could ask for a better way to celebrate the Halloween Season in October, go to a haunted costume ball, have a haunted tour of New Orleans, and have a very happy Halloween.