Lalaurie Mansion

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  • Address: 1140 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA, 70116, United States
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Historic And Protected Sites
Tickets From $18.69

For more than 150 years, and through several generations, the LaLaurie House has been considered to be the most haunted location in the French Quarter of New Orleans.The history of the house goes that Madame LaLaurie was a beautiful lady and the wife of the owner of the house, and although people praised her for her grace, beauty and her hostess skills, there was another side to her. It was later discovered that she was a cruel and probably mentally unstable woman who treated the slaves of the house very inhumanely. Note that in an era where the concept of slavery was commonplace, the treatment of Madame LaLaurie of her slaves was cold blooded and brutal. Now however, the house has been turned into an apartment complex. You cannot enter the building, but just looking at it gives you goosebumps! Caution: Reading the indebt history about this place is not for the faint hearted!

While you can walk along the 150 years old haunted house of Lalaurie House without the need of any Lalaurie House tickets and having to buy tickets for Lalaurie House, you will be missing a lot if you neglect the tickets for Lalaurie House as it comes with a well-educated local guide who will narrate you the brutally horrific story as it happened, sending a chill down your spine. Go through the Lalaurie House ticket prices on offer and without further adieu book tickets for Lalaurie House.

How to Reach Lalaurie Mansion

  • Decatur at Barracks bus stop
  • Freanch Market tramstation

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  • Lalaurie Mansion Address: 1140 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA, 70116, United States
  • Lalaurie Mansion Timing: 24-hrs
  • Best time to visit Lalaurie Mansion(preferred time): 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Lalaurie Mansion: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 21.63% of people who visit New Orleans include Lalaurie Mansion in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Lalaurie Mansion visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Lalaurie Mansion

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

60% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lalaurie Mansion

People normally club together Jamie Hayes Gallery and Historic New Orleans Collection while planning their visit to Lalaurie Mansion.

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Lalaurie Mansion Reviews & Ratings

  • Booked a ghost tour with 'French Quarter Phantoms' via the Voodoo Lounge Box Office. The informative and entertaining tour ended here with a great story of its grim history. Owned very briefly by Nicolas Cage before he had to donate it to the IRS.

  • Used the witches brew tour, had a great guide and learned some incredible information through excellent stories. There is something definitely weird about Lalaurie Mansion. Great place to see, amazing history.

  • I can't give this 5 stars for the mere fact that a Texan billionaire owns this place and has no plans of opening up to the public. However, the grisly history behind it and its beautiful architecture is deserving of 4 stars. NOLA really has a very interesting dark side

  • I mean... It does a great job of being a house you can walk by. So it gets 5 stars. As for its history... It's beyond crazy.

  • Horrifying history that inspired and was portrayed in the American Horror Story, The Coven, season. So glad the torture came to an end, just not soon enough. Would love to see the inside but I was on a walking tour and the house is privately owned as a residence. *** May the spirits be at rest now ***

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