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Our most recommended French Quarter Cemetery Tours

  • New Orleans: 2-Hour Haunted Cemetery and City Tour at Night

    1. New Orleans: 2-Hour Haunted Cemetery and City Tour at Night

    Begin your tour in the heart of the French Quarter. Meet your guide and board the bus to head to the tour's first location. Along the way learn some fascinating New Orleans Voodoo history. Arrive at the first stop, an above-ground cemetery. Experience its spooky atmosphere, but don't be scared, even if you're the only group in the cemetery. Then, get ready to walk over a burial ground containing 1000s of spirits who met their unfortunate fate in a tragic event. Finish off the tour by stopping at a haunted mansion, the Coven House from "American Horror Story". Here you will have the opportunity to take a picture before going back to the French Quarter.

    Jeff and the driver were beyond exceptional. They were funny and informative. Great night. Definitely recommend this for anyone coming to New Orleans.

  • New Orleans: 1-Hour Carriage Ride Through the French Quarter

    2. New Orleans: 1-Hour Carriage Ride Through the French Quarter

    Discover the historic neighborhoods of New Orleans in a traditional mule-drawn carriage, taking in the vibrant history, culture, and architecture of the French Quarter. Relax and travel in style through some of the most exciting neighborhoods in America.

    Learn the basics of New Orleans's history as you travel in style around its vibrant streets. Discover fascinating anecdotes about the people and places that have contributed to making New Orleans truly unique and unforgettable from your licensed local guide.

    See French Quarter sights like the Saint Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, Napoleon House, the French Market, and Bourbon Street. Choose between a walking tour of St Louis Cemetery #1, or a ride through the Faubourg Marigny with its unique architecture and live music venues.

    Enjoy peace of mind knowing that group carriage tours travel at a leisurely pace...

    We went past interesting sites, gathered a little more of New Orleans history and got away from the crowds for a while.

  • New Orleans: French Quarter, Voodoo & Cemetery History Tour

    3. New Orleans: French Quarter, Voodoo & Cemetery History Tour

    Immerse yourself in New Orleans’ mysterious history on a guided city walking tour. Wander through the historical neighborhood of Tremé / Lafitte — the home of jazz — as you hear about local culture, burial rites, and voodoo practices.

    Meet your guide and start your tour with a stroll through the lively French Quarter. Learn about the neighborhood’s history and local African American culture as you make your way to Louis Armstrong Park. 

    Follows the paths through the park to the area formerly known as Congo Square. Discover the history of this place, where enslaved people would meet to socialize and dance on their days off.

    Continue onto the famous St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 — the oldest of the city’s cemeteries. Learn why the dead are buried above ground, and how the vaults are built.

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    Taylor was awesome......knowledgeable, friendly & entertaining. Highly recommend!

  • New Orleans: St. Louis #1 Cemetery History 2-Hour Tour

    4. New Orleans: St. Louis #1 Cemetery History 2-Hour Tour

    This 2-hour walking tour takes you inside the walls of New Orleans’ oldest and most interesting burial ground, St. Louis Cemetery #1. In the company of a local guide, you’ll explore the ancient maze of above-ground tombs and learn about fascinating local burial practices. After meeting your guide at Rev. Zombies Voodoo Shop in the French Quarter, you’ll walk to the cemetery to explore curiosities and hear tales of some of the city’s personalities, such as Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, whose tomb is the 2nd-most visited burial site in America. You’ll see the final resting place of many of New Orleans’ most notable celebrities on an excursion that is as educational as it is fun. On this tour that’s been recommended by the Travel Channel, A&E, and the History Channel, you’ll learn the history of voodoo and its connection to the French Quarter on a journey back through time.

    Our guide Gabe provided information about the cemetery, and history surrounding it, in a very informative yet relaxed manner. We received an excellent history lesson, interspersed with humor. Our guide also spoke of damage done in the past by visitors and vandals and stressed the importance of preserving the cemetery. I found this to be an excellent tour and I recommend it to anyone with an interest in historical cemeteries.

  • City of New Orleans and Katrina Recovery Tour

    5. City of New Orleans and Katrina Recovery Tour

    Take in the highlights of New Orleans on a 3-hour city tour. Visit the historic French Quarter, and see Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, Bourbon Street, Royal Street, and more. Continue to areas that were hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina, including the 9th Ward. See Harry Connick Jr.'s Musicians’ Village and the work by Habitat for Humanity. Visit one of New Orleans' historic cemeteries, where you'll see the unique above-ground tombs. Head to New Orleans City Park, and pass by Lake Pontchartrain – the largest lake in Louisiana. In the Garden District, see the iconic streetcars and historic mansions. The tour ends with a visit to the central business district.

    Me and my Girls really enjoyed Teddy our tour guide he was very knowledgeable, with a great personality!The Marie Laveau Crew

  • New Orleans: 2-Hour City Sightseeing Bus Tour

    6. New Orleans: 2-Hour City Sightseeing Bus Tour

    Journey through 3 centuries of history, legend, and romance as you experience New Orleans, “the city that care forgot.” This is an exclusive 2.25-hour guided tour led by a professional guide. Marvel at stories of voodoo and piracy on Bayou St. John. These are waters that were used by Jean Lafitte and his notorious band of pirates. Travel through historic neighborhoods such as Treme and Faubourg Marigny. Visit one of New Orleans' historic cemeteries and learn about the unique above-ground burial system. Afterward, follow the path of the St. Charles Avenue streetcar, the oldest continuously operating passenger railway system in the world (until the service was disrupted by Hurricane Katrina). Travel to the world-famous Garden District, where you will see the homes of former Kings and Queens of Mardi Gras. View Tulane and Loyola Universities across from Audubon Park, home to one of the t...

    This tour was awesome! Our tour guide Donna was exceptional! She was so knowledgeable and interesting I didn’t want the tour to end. I enjoyed hearing the stories from a born and raised Orleanean and her accent is charming. I usually do not enjoy group tours but this one was great!! I will actually go again next time in New Orleans I enjoyed it so much.

  • New Orleans: Voodoo & Cemetery Walking Tour

    7. New Orleans: Voodoo & Cemetery Walking Tour

    Take a guided walking tour to explore the historic French Quarter and St. Louis Cemetery No. 2. Learn about African American history, the local NOLA culture, and hear stories of voodoo practitioners first-hand from your licensed guide. 

    Meet your guide at Louis Armstrong Park and set off on your voodoo experience. Walk through the Tremé / Lafitte neighborhood — the home of jazz — as your guide explains all about New Orleans’ voodoo culture.

    Learn about Marie Laveau, her final resting place in St. Louis Cemetry No. 1 — the oldest in the city — and her cultural importance to New Orleans as a dedicated voodoo leader, mid-wife, and herbalist. 

    Make your way to St. Louis Cemetery No. 2 to see where many famous 19th- and 20th-century locals are buried, such as Claude Treme and Earl King. 

    DJ was very knowledgeable and shared so much of that knowledge with the whole group and was very good about taking time to talk to all in the group personally.

  • New Orleans: 3-Hour City Bike Tour

    8. New Orleans: 3-Hour City Bike Tour

    Explore New Orleans in a fun and eco-friendly way on a small-group bike tour that winds through the Big Easy’s oldest and most distinctive neighborhoods. Cycle along a flat and leisurely route from the famous French Quarter to less-visited neighborhoods like Esplanade Ridge, City Park, and Bayou St. John, learning about the city’s rich history and modern culture along the way. After getting fitted on a bike in the French Quarter, ride through this storied neighborhood. Then go beyond the touristy boundaries to explore more of the city, following leafy Esplanade Avenue to the green expanse of City Park, visiting St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, and other interesting locations along the way. After visiting St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, cruise past swampy vistas in City Park. You'll traverse through Bayou St. John, a historic waterway that was used by Native Americans and French settlers alike, and ...

    Jeremy was a fantastic guide! He was incredibly knowledgeable about New Orleans history and local hot spots. We also loved how he added a personal touch of the history of jazz because he himself is a musician. Would definitely recommend this tour if you're visiting New Orleans. It was a great way to get to know the city!

  • New Orleans: 2.5-Hour City & Cemetery Tour by Bus

    9. New Orleans: 2.5-Hour City & Cemetery Tour by Bus

    There’s so much to see, so much history to soak in. You’re probably worried you won’t have time to see it all. That’s where this tour can help. For two hours, you will go on an air-conditioned ride throughout some of the most famous neighborhoods in New Orleans. You will see the landmarks you don’t want to miss, as your guide shares stories you’ll love to hear. You will go from the Treme to the Garden District, the 9th Ward to the back streets of The French Quarter. Your guide will tell you where the best crawfish are, or where to get the coldest beer. t’s your guide's mission to make sure that when you step off the bus you’re in love with this great city as well. Come experience the best two hours of your vacation today.

    Our tour guide was fabulous. The tour was extremely informative!!!! Highly recommend.

  • New Orleans: Electric Bike Creole Tour

    10. New Orleans: Electric Bike Creole Tour

    Explore New Orleans on custom-built, ultra-comfortable electric bikes. Peddle as much or as little as you like as you get an intimate up-close look at New Orleans, visiting areas off the beaten track as well as the most famous landmarks. Ride through the French Quarter and learn about the rich history and incredible people that influenced the culture of the city. Cruise through historic Marigny, Treme, Bywater, and Bayou St. John neighborhoods, which are loaded with New Orleans art and charm and are home to artists, musicians, and history makers. Visit a fascinating above-ground cemetery and explore the City Park, the home of the largest mature live oak trees in the world. Make a brief stop at Cafe Du Monde in the park to enjoy some world-famous beignets. Ride down historic Esplanade Avenue, a picturesque boulevard lined with beautiful oak trees and magnificent homes of the Creole elit...

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What people are saying about French Quarter

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 739 reviews

We had a great time! Our guide was Candy and I forget our driver’s name, but they said they always work together. They were wonderful. Candy did a great job of combining the spooky stories with the history of the town and telling jokes that didn’t take away from the experience but instead made it even more fun. She was an excellent guide and I highly recommend her tours to anyone going to New Orleans. The only disappointment was the cemetery was closed when we got there, so we were unable to actually DO a cemetery tour. I fully understand this is not Candy’s fault though and she did the best with what she had available and took us to walk around the outside of a different cemetery. I recommend this tour and I might do it again on my next visit to get a chance to go in the cemetery.

Jeff and the driver were beyond exceptional. They were funny and informative. Great night. Definitely recommend this for anyone coming to New Orleans.

Taylor was awesome......knowledgeable, friendly & entertaining. Highly recommend!

The tour guide was informative, fun, and very helpful with questions!!!

Tour and tour guides were great! Highly recommend!