St. Louis Cemetery No. 1: Where Old Bones Speak

Established in 1788, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is a must-see destination in New Orleans. But you can't go on your own; a licensed guide is required. Ask Arthur to take you through on a small group tour or private tour. You'll learn the real story of this world-famous city of the dead, nothing made up.

Highlights: Unique architecture, fascinating burial customs and Afro-Catholic spiritual practices, famous and infamous residents -- Voudou priestess Marie Laveau, civil rights pioneer Homer Plessy, chess wizard Paul Morphy, and not-dead-yet actor Nicholas Cage.

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