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Saint Louis Cemetery #2, New Orleans

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  • We walked a long way to see this cemetery because we wanted to see if it really looked like they show in the movies.  more »
  • We visited Cemetery #2 at approximately 2pm on a Thursday in April. Self-guided, with no tour guide. In fact, we parked and walked right in and weren't greeted by any guard, or other official. We were...  more »
  • Very interesting place near downtown. amazing graves with amazing architecture and detail to their tombs . I got to park for free.  more »
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  • Paid for a tour guide with grayline. Can't remember her name but she was fantastic. Learned so much. The graves were filled with history. Nicholas Cage had a tomb he bought here, its a pyrimad. It was hit by lightening several times. People put pennies on it bevause he went bankrupt. He bought a notoriously haunted home and went bankrupt. Apparently it's happened to everyone who had owned it. Interesting stuff.
  • I visited the 3 grave sites of Marie Laveau. they say shes in one of three because her daughters also had the same name. I had to pay a local tour guide to walk me thru the cemetery. $5 and she taught me more then what I came for..
  • It's time to stop thinking of our cemeteries as tourist attractions. They are the final resting places of our families, ancestors and loved ones. The reason the Archdiocese closed off St. Louis Cemetery #1 (which, by the way, has never been public property) is because of the desecration and vandalism. These are not tourist attractions. They are cemeteries.
  • I went during the summer, it was great the tourist guide was funny and really told us a lot of the history with graves and such back then bit it was hot they recommend for us to bring water...kinda hope I would see a ghost...
  • great experience and so creepy.A grave had alot of three x's and it weird but ok.