1. New Orleans: Cemetery Walking Tour
Explore a unique collection of 5 culturally and architecturally diverse cemeteries in New Orleans. These cemeteries are located on what was once the northern (lakeside) boundary of the city of New Orleans, which explains the density and variety of cemeteries in this area. It is also where the remains of unidentified bodies from Hurricane Katrina are buried. Meet your guide at Morning Call where the guide will pick you up to start the tour. Enjoy exclusive access to the Old Fellows Rest Cemetery. From the Odd Fellows Society Cemetery you will make your way to the Masonic Cemetery. Then on to the cemeteries. Learn about the trials and tribulations of the city’s early Irish immigrants in St. Patrick Cemetery as well as the devastating effects of yellow fever in the Charity Hospital Cemetery. Experience stunning architecture while admiring some of the city’s most extravagant tombs in Greenwood & Cypress Grove cemeteries. Conclude your tour with an in-depth overview of the lasting effects of Hurricane Katrina while paying respect to the many lives lost in the Hurricane Katrina Memorial Cemetery.