October 21-24, 2022
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Lousiana
Feeling Kind of Witchy ?
New Orleans is a creative, mystical, artistic and “soulful” city that’s fun any time of year. Mardi Gras holds as the most festive time of year, but Halloween season is a close second for many! As one of the most haunted cities in the country, it’s no surprise New Orleans has many interesting events around the city to celebrate Halloween throughout the month of October. Join Art N Soul Escapes as we see what all NOLA has to offer.
1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds.
**Cheaper rates available outside of the French Quarter by request**
Explore the scores of hotels in the French Quarter and New Orleans! Our hand-picked recommendations reflect the best the Crescent City has to offer in terms of southern hospitality, authenticity, and value. These boutique hotels in the French Quarter and beyond are where intimacy meets luxury, providing a unique experience for visitors to discover New Orleans. The beloved Creole-style buildings of the French Quarter, with a beautiful meld of French, Spanish, and Caribbean architectural influences, house a variety of accommodation options for travelers of all tastes. Hotels will be selected based on availability. There may be a chance that multiple hotels are used.
Things to Do
The Krewe of Boo is a parade that takes place one of the previous Saturdays before Halloween night. Consider it Mardi-Gras-O-Ween! Enjoy a parade of costumes and creatively unique props made to “frighten and excite parade goers.”
Theme for the day: Witches of Color
Ghost Manor NOLA puts on a show every year on Magazine and 2nd Street for absolutely free. The manor is not only decorated with countless carved pumpkins, but you can watch skeletons sing, waltz, boogie to the song thriller and Ghost Buster’s Slimer might even make an appearance.
Take a stroll through the French Quarter and some of the neighborhoods of New Orleans to find your favorite “haunted house.”
Cemeteries in New Orleans are called Cities of the Dead. The cemeteries in New Orleans tell centuries of history, not only stories of horror.
So if you aren’t into scary stories, that’s ok because the cemeteries are beautiful to see beyond the interest in haunted stories.
Frenchman Street is the place to be on Halloween Night. Watch the ghouls and gals come to life and dress in their best Halloween attire! Frenchman turns into a big block party with a live DJ in the streets and ghoulish parties in the local music clubs.
Bourbon Street is also lively on Halloween. The party extends from Frenchman to Bourbon so take a stroll through the haunted French Quarter on Halloween night.
Quick note: People also come out and dress in Costumes on Frenchmen the weekend before Halloween. It’s also a great time to dress up and join the fun.
Grab your costume and your friends. Join us for a “spooky” good time.
Cost: Starting at $835pp. Deposit: $250 pp
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Due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 situation, we are constantly monitoring travel restrictions and safety measures while keeping our clients’ health and safety at the core of everything we do. We recognize the uncertainty and questions you may have as the situation around the world continues to evolve. Working in coordination with our official partners and suppliers, we are doing everything we can to assist our customers in response to travel developments associated with COVID-19.
As a commitment to our brand, and in order to keep yourself and your fellow travelers safe, we ask that ALL Art N Soul Escapes travelers submit a negative Covid-19 test within 3-5 days of departure (regardless if required by the destination). We also require that all travelers wear a mask when traveling in groups with one another, or as requested by our suppliers. Your acceptance of this booking acknowledges you have read and agreed with our terms and conditions.
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Mask wearing is encouraged indoors, and private businesses may require masks at their discretion.
New Orleans is expanding its requirements for proof of COVID-19 vaccination at restaurants and other venues to children as young as five years old.
Beginning in February, proof of full vaccination – or a negative test result – will be required.
This expands a vaccine mandate in the city that currently says adults must be fully vaccinated or have a negative test to enter many indoor public establishments.
We encourage those travelers who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated for their own safety, the safety of other visitors and the safety of the tens of thousands of men and women who rely on our hospitality industry for their livelihoods.
Starting Dec. 6th travelers 2 and older are required to show negative test results within 1 day of the flight’s departure to the US before boarding. (12/28/2021 – 12/31/2022).