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St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is now open for guided tours - See the tour schedule below!

Walk Among New Orleans'
Most Historic Tombs

Honoring New Orleans’ rich history, the Official Tour of St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 guides you through the tombs of the city’s most famous and infamous historical figures. Step beyond the iron gates and experience the hauntingly beautiful past of New Orleans.

Walk Among New Orleans'
Most Historic Tombs

Honoring New Orleans’ rich history, the Official Tour of St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 guides you through the tombs of the city’s most famous and infamous historical figures. Step beyond the iron gates and experience the hauntingly beautiful past of New Orleans.

A Journey through City of the Dead

Cemetery Tours NOLA takes visitors on an intriguing journey through St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.  Dedicated tour guides escort small groups along meandering paths within the Cemetery, as they share the storied pasts of those residing in this magnificent City of the Dead.
Tour groups depart every 15-30 minutes from 9 am - 3:45 pm
Each Group is limited to 20 guests, so it's recommended that you reserve in advance.
Monday

OPEN

Tuesday
CLOSED
Wednesday
CLOSED
Thursday
OPEN
Friday
OPEN
Saturday
OPEN
Sunday
OPEN
Cemetery Tours - Book Here
Cancellation & Refund Policy
All orders may be cancelled or modified (date/time) in advance of the scheduled tour.  Call or Email us for assistance!
Within 24 hours, no cancellations and no refunds.   Within 24 hours, modifications are subject to availability. 

The Voodoo Queen's Resting Place

Immerse yourself in the mysterious life and death of the renowned Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. As one of New Orleans' most well-known historical figures, her legacy significantly intertwines with the beloved culture of the Cresent City.

Elegant Society Tombs & Historic Architecture

Established in 1789, St. Louis No. 1 is New Orleans oldest extant cemetery, embodying 300 years of New Orleans history and culture, visitors transcend time as they navigate through the intriguing wonders inhabiting St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.

Nicolas Cage's Pyramid Tomb

From deceased New Orleans natives to Hollywood celebrities still among the living, the graveyard also features Nicolas Cage's eccentric pyramid tomb. Learn more about the myths surrounding Cage's nine-foot-tall future resting place.

Beauty Beyond the Gates

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