Saints + Sinners Tour FAQ
I've booked a Saints & Sinners tour. Where do I get my tickets?
Our Saints & Sinners box office is located inside The Voodoo Lounge, 718 N Rampart Street. The box office opens one hour prior to all scheduled tours. Come on inside and look to the back wall; it says TICKETS in neon above our door. Please arrive 15 minute early.
Don’t forget, we have buy-one-get-one-FREE Hurricanes during the hour before each tour time for our nighttime tour guests!
Did you make this stuff up?
Nope! All of our tours are real, true history. We have worked with the founders of the National Paranormal Society and researched all of our stories to bring you disturbingly funny, historically accurate, real haunted history. Our tour guides are the strangest, a most entertaining bunch of real historians you will ever have the pleasure of spending time with!
Can I bring my kids inside The Voodoo Lounge?
Yes, there is a family-friendly entrance on the Orleans street side of our building.
How long does the tour last?
The Saints & Sinners Tour runs about one hour and forty five minutes in length.
What is the walking distance on a tour?
The walking distance for all tours is about one mile. This is taken at a leisurely pace and over the length of the tour.
Can I bring my camera?
Of course! And if you get some great shots, please share them with us. We love to share our guests’ great experience with our fans on Facebook and Twitter! Send photos to email@example.com.
Please, no video taping without prior permission.
Do I have to make a reservation?
Tour Tremé and the Saints & Sinners tour are by reservation only. Reservations allow us to keep our groups small by having plenty of tour guides on hand. Plus, you save $3 per ticket by booking online!
What days / evenings are the tours available?
Our Saints & Sinners tour is available at 1:30pm Daily. Reservations are required.
What if it rains?
Our tours run, rain or shine! There are enough balconies and galleries in the French Quarter to keep our smaller groups positioned out of the rain during storytelling. Bring an umbrella if the forecast looks wet!