State street new orleans halloween haunted

Musician and New Orleans resident Ani Difranco once said Every day is Halloween in New Orleans because the culture is so rich in costume and diversity all year round, but the month of October is particularly amazing in NOLA. Find the best Halloween events New Orleans has to offer. Spooky activities include: haunted tours, street parties, parades and familyfriendly options.

THE MORTUARY is an icon of old New Orleans at the very dead end of world famous Canal Street. Less than 3 miles from the enchanting French Quarter on the cemetery streetcar line, this magnificent mansion was originally built in 1872 and operated for about 80 years as an actual MORTUARY. With a seemingly endless amount of haunted attractions, Scout Island Scream Park is the ultimate Halloween festival.

Spread across 50 acres within New Orleans City Park and created by the same people behind the Mortuary, this fright zone is the cantmiss scary experience of the season. But this particular Halloween gave New Orleans more than enough to worry about, so I think for now the joy on display on State Street and elsewhere is worth supporting on its own merits.

At any rate, thanks for a thoughtprovoking comment. Many vendors and shops along Decatur Street and at the farmers market will be participating.

Boo at the Zoo. FridaySaturday, October 2021& 2728, 59 p. m. This annual Halloween event at the Audubon Zoo is for kids up to 12. It features hauntedhouse games, entertainment, Ghost Train, and more. Beyond the Haunted Puddle: A New Orleansthemed Halloween story produced by street artist YOUGOGIRL. Note that the event is all ages from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. and is recommended for adults only after 9 p. m. Tickets are 10 for children and 15 for adults. 4800 Canal Street, New Orleans Price: 30, but if you donate blood on site, you can get a VIP admission pass for free.

Dates: Friday and Saturday through November 4, plus extended dates around Halloween. This annual Audubon Zoo extravaganza is a funfilled Halloween event for children up to age 12, featuring trickortreat houses with candy, Ghost Train, a haunted house (scary and nonscary), games with prizes, entertainment and more. Were knee deep in Halloween seasonso you know what that means. Its time to visit a haunted house! There are some truly amazing places to take a walk on the creepy side and see how much your stomach can take.

Louisiana actually has some of the most elaborate and terrifying haunted houses in the entire country.

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