Classic New Orleans public offerings, endless rows of monuments, many have been for 200 years. The huge brick wall blocked the view, with four gates and one on each side of the square. If you want to enjoy the creepy witchcraft-style vision at dusk, forget it. Although it should close at 3 o'clock, some doors may be locked at 2:30. Go early, or consider walking.
Carla gave us an excellent trip. She explained the type of grave, the burial process and the history of this beautiful garden cemetery. From Wednesday to Monday, she visits it twice a day and introduces you to the long-term residents nearby when you walk. Thank you very much for this trip.
Lafayette I Cemetery is located in the Garden District of New Orleans and can be reached by tram green line. The cemetery was originally a cemetery for French and other European immigrants, and later became a cemetery for local residents. The family on the cemetery can be seen. These tombs have their own characteristics. They are on the ground and have two or three floors. However, some tombs lack renovation and look a little shabby. The cemetery is free to visit.
if you have time, you must take a walking tour through this cemetery. its personal and historical.
A witch's graveyard is famous. Be sure to go early. It closes at 3 p.m.
The tour guide was professional, he told us the stories behind every cemeteries, a wonderful experience.
I had never seen a cemetery before, it was a neat and quiet place. It was an interesting experience.