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Remember! You NEED a tour guide or somebody authorized to go inside!
Completely worth the visit to pay respects to the families there and to learn the history of, not only those families, but also of the town and culture. Very thankful I was given...More
My boyfriend and I took the cemetery tour with Trevor and were totally blown away by his knowledge of this amazing place. He was funny, interesting, and kept us intrigued the entire length of the tour. We were anticipating to just learn a bit about...More
This cemetary is best viewed with one of the many available tour guides. We thoroughly enjoyed the details shared by our tour guide including a lot of NOLA history and folklore stories.
If you have never visited a New Orleans cemetery I highly recommend this...More
St. Louis Cemetery is the name of three Roman Catholic cemeteries in New Orleans. Cemeteries No. 1 and No. 2 are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Louisiana African American Heritage Trail. No. 1 is the oldest and most famous. Opened...More
A beautiful cemetery and a step back in time. There are several graves here in need of repair here but it just adds to the ambiance of the atmosphere. There's something peaceful about walking through here.
I love this place, we went on a walking tour for about 45 minutes, our guide explained to us more about New Orleans history, and all the great personalities whos rest remains in this cemetery. Even the tomb of Nicolas Cage bought with a pyramid...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.