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Tour guide was fabulous. She was entertaining and knowledgeable. Easily worth the money.
It was a great tour and the tour guide was very informative. This was my first time to New Orleans so fabulous!
The tour guide was very good. She not only had a vast knowledge of the cemetary and the history of the area, she brought along a picture album of related photos she collected. I would hghly recommend this tour.
Fantastic! Knowledgable and entertaining guide who knew his stuff. Very interesting.
Tour guide was very knowledgeable about the city and its past. We had a great time.
Our tour guide, Barbara, was fantastic. This was a fun and very interesting tour. Barbara made an interesting tour that much more interesting with her stories...she is a treasure! Estelle was along learning this tour, and she was really good too! It was our favorite tour because of those two gals!!
Our tour guide made this tour really interesting. She was not only knowledgable about the cemetaries and their history but she had a few personal stories to share as well. If you are curious about the cemetaries and how they work definitely consider this tour. The tour and history of the cemetaries are really fascinating!
Very interesting and informative about the history of the city and cemetery. Our guide was full of information. It was a great experience.
Our tour guide was outstanding! My husband is blind and she was just wonderful about giving him visuals on what we were seeing. Bus driver was very fun!
We really enjoyed the tour. Our guide was interesting and informative.
It was pretty informative. Guide needed to speak up when talking on the bus.
Although I cannot remember our tour guides name, she was a little firecracker of a little old lady. She was very informative and knowledgeable about the cemetery. However, the girls I was traveling with were a little disappointed in the upkeep of the cemetery. The big draw for us was Marie Laveau's tomb. On websites I researched, they encouraged people to bring a gift and a sharpie to make your wish on her tomb. We were told that this practice is discouraged. We also observed several other tombs in the cemetery with the famous three "x's" on them, however there were no name plates identifying who they may be. Overall, my companions and I were happy with this tour.