You cannot know another person until you walk a mile in their shoes, much like you cannot know a city until you visit all of its public restrooms. Take an easier trot through time with this Groupon.
Newly added to the repertoire of tours, the History vs. Hollywood French Quarter walking tour gives tourists a chance to debunk myths of New Orleans' culture. Often times being portrayed as a violent, corrupt, voodoo-worshiping city, Spirit Tours New Orleans aims to show how the media has warped the views of the French Quarter via Hollywood. Strolling film buffs judge how accurately films such as JFK, The Big Easy, King Creole, Live and Let Die and the critically panned Tuba from the Black Lagoon portrayed their locales. Tours run every Saturday at 4 p.m. and are subject to availability and weather conditions.
The learned guides of Spirit Tours New Orleans escort visitors through the Big Easy's streets, illuminating its rich history of mysticism, culture, and architecture. After examining obscure burial methods in the city's oldest cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery #1, cemetery and voodoo tours turn guest attention to tales of voodoo practitioners, such as Marie Laveau.
Spooky-story fans listen intently to tales of slave owners and creoles while wandering through the French Quarter, and strolling film buffs judge how accurately films such as Interview with the Vampire and the critically panned Tuba from the Black Lagoon portrayed their locales. In addition to offering a garden-district tour, which highlights plantation-style mansions and elegant St. Charles Avenue homesteads, Spirit Tours New Orleans combines several of its tours into a combo package that covers voodoo, ghost stories, scandals, and barhopping during one French Quarter jaunt.
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