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you cant go inside which SUCKS I wish they would make this open to tours ( they would make a finical killing) it was busy outside with tourists. It is so beautiful! very well kept, is stunning building. well worth the walk to visit.
A beautiful mansion with a haunted past. It's a shame you can't go inside or at least peek through the windows though. The owner should consider allowing tourists to tour the inside.
I have mixed feelings about this place... I wanted to see the place and hear the story but I get bad not for the place but the things happened here actually... I can’t even imagine how bad people can be... anyway Jessie the tourist guide was amazing telling us the story but it sucked a little because the mansion has owners and you can’t see it from inside... anyway it was a good experience but I feel so sorry about the people tortured there so badly from those psychos...
Madame lalaurie was such a creep. it was good learning about the history of this place. Makes me want to burn the place down and finish her slaves task. It's definitely Eerie to know that this kind of stuff happened back then.
Our tour guide Frank from witches brew gave great history about this place. Even snapped two pictures of something in the window. Believer or not, it's hard to try and explain. Zoom in the top left picture and you'll see something.
This was #1 on my list of things to see in NOLA. We went at night since we got there late and we we're staying a block away. The house looks beautiful. I thought we'd be able to see inside with a tour but we're told there's a family that lives there so the tours just walk by outside. So I decided against the tour and just went by ourselves to see it.
Stopped by here on the ghost tour we took. Very interesting history and is haunted according to our guide, who also told us Nicholas Cage had owned it but stayed only one night and didn't come back. Just wish they'd offer a tour of it inside! Beautiful building.
Way too popular since American Horror Story made it famous. Watching the tours flit around it like moths to a flame is a little fun but it gets annoying I can't imagine trying to live in there however a trip in the early evening before the tour start should yield some fun history.
This place is super cool! It is known as the most haunted house in the US. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and energetic. We learned that Nicholas Cage once owned this house before he turned it over to the IRS. Do not take a guided tour of the mansion around Halloween if you're claustrophobic. The streets will be packed to the brim with tours! A++
No you cannot go inside. But if you're going on a ghost tour and visit this house's exterior, the story telling really makes you feel like you're inside the house at the time of the horrific events. You can feel the eeriness. If you like scary things, or History, the Lalaurie Mansion is incredible. And it doesn't cost a thing to go see it. (Take lots of pictures, you never know what you may capture)
Great stop on a great Haunted tour. Definitely do this when in NOLA! So much creepy history and a beautiful home.