St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans

933 Conti St New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
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St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans
Detail Tour is approximately 2 hours.
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Cameras are Permitted
St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans Schedule Schedule
St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans
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Two women are walking and conversing in a historic cemetery with above-ground tombs and weathered brickworkTwo women are walking and conversing in a historic cemetery with above-ground tombs and weathered brickworkTwo women are walking and conversing in a historic cemetery with above-ground tombs and weathered brickworkTwo women are walking and conversing in a historic cemetery with above-ground tombs and weathered brickwork

Are you ready to dive into the rich history and eerie atmosphere of New Orleans on a haunted ghost tour? Then don't miss out on the St. Louis Cemetery Number One Tour, located in the heart of the city. This 2-hour guided walking tour takes you through the eerie paths of the oldest existing cemetery in New Orleans and reveals the secrets of a city that has always embraced life and death with equal fervor.

About the Tour

The tour is a leisurely-paced stroll through the cemetery's maze of above-ground tombs and crypts. You will be mesmerized by the hauntingly beautiful architecture of the tombs and will learn about the interesting people that have been laid to rest in them, such as Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and Homer Plessy, whose landmark lawsuit helped pave the way for desegregation in America. Your guide will regale you with stories of the cemetery's storied past, including the creepy legends and superstitions that abound in New Orleans. The cemetery is situated in the heart of one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, the French Quarter, and you'll be amazed at the diversity of sights, sounds, and smells that surround you on the tour. To make the most of the experience, wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather conditions. The tour is suitable for all ages, but children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

This fascinating walking tour showcases the best of New Orleans' history and culture. Stroll along the winding paths of St. Louis Cemetery Number One and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this unique and captivating city.

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 Stop at  Bourbon Street
Experience a vibrant infusion of music, food, and culture on the historic Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Famous for its energetic nightlife, eclectic bars, and world-class jazz music, it’s a lively hub that never sleeps. Enjoy Creole cuisine, witness vivacious street performances, and celebrate life like nowhere else! Bourbon Street is a sensory explosion that encapsulates the spirit of New Orleans.
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 Stop at  French Market in New Orleans, LA
Experience the vibrant heart of New Orleans at the historic French Market. Its colorful stalls brim with local produce, unique crafts, and global fare. Enjoy authentic Creole cuisine, uncover hidden treasures amongst mission-style architecture, or simply soak up the lively atmosphere. It's an unmissable melange of culture, history, and flavor.
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 Stop at  Jackson Square in New Orleans, LA
Experience a taste of history at Jackson Square in the heart of New Orleans. This vibrant landmark, home to the iconic St. Louis Cathedral and surrounded by talented street artists, offers a unique blend of culture, music, and art. No visit to the Big Easy is complete without exploring this timeless gem.
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 Stop at  Louis Armstrong Park in New Orleans, LA
Immerse yourself in the heart of New Orleans' vibrant history at Louis Armstrong Park. It's a stunning 32 acres of landscaped beauty encapsulating the city's rich cultural influences. With the charming Congo Square and significant statue tributes, the park is a harmonious blend of art, nature, and revered memory of jazz legend Louis Armstrong.
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 Stop at  St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, LA
Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of St. Louis Cathedral, the emblem of New Orleans. Unveil the city's old-world charm as you witness its rich history, elegant architecture, and exquisite murals. This oldest active cathedral in the USA adds an evocative touch to the vibrant French Quarter and commands an essential visit.
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 Stop at  St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
Discover St. Louis Cemetery No.1, the oldest existing cemetery in New Orleans. Dating back to 1789, this must-see attraction brims with storied histories and unique above-ground tombs. Step into a world of whispered secrets, legendary residents, including the notorious Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. Be captivated by the eerie beauty of its labyrinthine lanes, an experience truly reflective of the city’s rich past.
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 Stop at  Pontalba Buildings
Discover a slice of New Orleans' history at the Pontalba Buildings. These charming 19th-century edifices line Jackson Square in the French Quarter, encapsulating the city's rich culture, European-style architecture & vibrant culinary scene in their ground-floor cafes and shops. Be charmed by their exquisite ironwork and picturesque galleries, promising a unique and genuine Big Easy experience.

In conclusion, if you're seeking to experience the darker, more mysterious side of New Orleans' history, the St. Louis Cemetery Number One tour is a must-see attraction. This compelling tour offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the world of voodoo, jazz, and ghosts, and to learn about the fascinating legends and traditions of one of America's most unique and vibrant cities.

Frequently Asked Questions for St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans:
  • What methods of transportation does the St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans use?
    This is a walking tour.
  • Approximately how long does the St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans last?
    It lasts approximately 2 hours.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans?
    Yes.
  • Is the St Louis Cemetery Number One Tour in New Orleans handicap accessible?
    No, it is not wheelchair accessible.

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