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So, she wanted to stop and visit a cemetery in NOLA. This was an interesting and macabre stop but cool at the same time. Some really old plots and it’s neat how they just continue to stack them higher and higher. The walls surrounding the...More
I am cuban and we used to maintain very well the historical locations. Cementery is abandoned, many tumbs is broken, I should say that the tour guide Elizabeth was very funny and very nice, it was hot day.
We recently (9-12-18) visited New Orleans and made the mistake of simply walking up to the gate and taking a tour for $20 each. First off, our tour guide (Stacey) was simply the worst tour guide we encountered all week. She gave the group a...More
NuAwlons Natescott was super informative and funny. He has a kind spirit and energy about him. I would highly recommend taking his tour if you want to know the history of the cemetery, the city and VooDoo. He likes when you ask questions so come...More
It was a wonderful experience with a great tour guide.Tge cemetary is the most beautiful one i have seen along with Bonaventure cemetary in Savannah.The Marie Laveaux tombstone and all those old hustoric tombs makes it a place to visit.You can feel the energy surrounding...More
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There are several different companies that offers tours here. You would need to check with the tour operator that you were considering. There are some areas of the cemetery that are narrow and some places are uneven... More
There are several different companies that offers tours here. You would need to check with the tour operator that you were considering. There are some areas of the cemetery that are narrow and some places are uneven. However, I imagine the more experienced companies have been asked this before and they would know the best route through. You need to make reservations in advance (access is only granted as part of a tour due to vandalism), so ask this question before you book.