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St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, New Orleans

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  • As a part of our city bus tour, we made a stop at the cemetery for about 20 minutes. Beautiful. Interesting. And we learned a LOT about the technical aspect of the engineering of the mausoleums. Not o...  more »
  • We wanted to see a historic cemetery while visiting NOLA but we didn't want to spend the time and money on a guided tour. We picked this cemetery because, unlike some others in NOLA, you don't have to...  more »
  • This is one of the lesser visited cemeteries. Some aren't open to the public. This one was part of a Grayline tour and it was interesting to learn about how one gets buried in New Orleans.  more »
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  • Never thought that I would enjoy going to a cemetery, but i kind of enjoyed this one. With all the different types and sizes. It was almost looking for a home.
  • Place looks great and peaceful. Plenty of memories are here.
  • I am a cemetery nut and for sure I like all the cemetery's in Nola but of the St Louis's this one is the least interesting to me. It's small but doesn't have much in the way of statues or unusual monuments. The coolest part was the second floor of the mausoleum had a balcony that gave a nice view of the cemetery. The metal statue was also one of the few things in the cemetery that I thought was interesting. This is free to visit and felt safe here and didn't feel it was Necessary to take a tour here. there is a sign saying no driving tours but we sorta ignored that and did a quick drive by. Didn't see much to stop and see but the mausoleum balcony was worth a look .. nice view there.
  • Beautiful grounds. If you're visiting and would like to see how NOLA pays respect to the dead this is the place to go.
  • Everyone is just dying to get in.... okay cheesy joke aside this place is pretty cool and it's in a nice part of town so I'm not scared to go walk it myself without a tour group like the other cemeteries