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St. Louis No. 2 is located some three blocks back from St. Louis No. 1, bordering Claiborne Avenue. It was consecrated in 1823. A number of notable jazz and rhythm & blues musicians are buried here, including Danny Barker and Ernie K. Doe. Also...more
I have been to this cemetery a few times. It's old, but the visits never get old. Very fascinating to look at the different tombs, the years of life and death on the tombs, and even looking around at the tombs that are partially sunk...More
We walked through this cemetery and found the grave sites very interesting. So many date back to the early 1800’s, very humbling.
However it is sad to see so many crumbling and deteriorating. It seems mostly due to age and Mother Nature.
Definitely a site...More
St Louis cemetery has been split up and all seem to be within walking distance of one another. Me and some friends were looking to pass some time and initially went to St Louis 1. We found you could only enter with a 20 dollar...More
So much history here, and it is just around the corner from my aunts home. We visit often and many tours are offered here, but you can go on your own. But if you want to learn more on the history, take an organized tour...More
If you enjoy visiting historic cemeteries, as my wife and I do, you can't help but be fascinated by the above-ground vaults and mausoleums in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 in New Orleans. They are in sharp contrast to the...More
St. Louis Cemetery #2 is one of the oldest cemeteries in New Orleans and is located adjacent to the French Quarter. It is typical of cemeteries in New Orleans, featuring ornate above ground burial vaults. This is an excellent place to take pictures and is...More
Make some time to visit one of the old cemeteries in the New Orleans area. This one is a great option to see all of the cool monuments that are great for photography. Please respect the monuments and graves and do not kiss or write...More
My wife and I went around 12pm, plenty of free parking on the street. No charge to enter. Lots of very cool architecture. Revolutionary war veterans, ww1 and ww2 veterans. We only played our respects. Probably not the safest place, I surely wouldn't go after...More