This is one of the nicest looking buildings in the French Quarter but once you learn of what happened inside it becomes one of the most creepiest and evil places in the world.
The Lalaurie Mansion is very easily missed. Its a beautiful home and if you read the history of the mansion you can't help but feel goosebumps standing near it. It appears as the house was bought and nicely remodeled, I must say, but other than that you cannot access to the inside. Do not expect much and be clearly on... 更多
If you are like me, the type of person who is thrilled by just looking at a place and thinking about what happened there, the Lalaurie Mansion is a great place to check off the list. The stories of the atrocities committed by Madame Lalaurie made this a place I had to see when I visited New Orleans. Just know... 更多
Although everyone in town has this idea that the place is haunted. I have never seen on bit of evidence. That I could not debunk. Get over the Coven story it's not real. Although there is a fraction of truth about the going on there ,most people will tell you it a story made up to sell you oil products... 更多
This is not open to the public, but we researched the history of the city and building before our trip so we wanted to see it. It was eerie just standing near it and knowing the terrible things that went on inside, and it was even creepier at night. Really, it doesn't look much different than the other buildings in... 更多
As others have said, the LaLaurie Mansion is privately owned and not open to the public. It's beautiful architecture and sinister history makes it worth a visit. This Mansion was once the tallest building in the French Quarter and the site of many social events in the early 1800's thanks to the evil owner Delphine LaLaurie. Read about her and... 更多