The ghost, cemetery, and voodoo tours in New Orleans are evidence that locals and visitors have an interest beyond the here and now, and the Museum of Death is an appropriate addition to a city with a long and deep history.
Culturally rich and historically complex, New Orleans often feels like its own museum. Unintentional exhibits are found in stumbled-upon courtyards, time-capsule bars, famous old restaurants and restored homes. The city's actual museums also go a long way toward preserving and celebrating its culture and history, too, and are staffed with people who love sharing fascinating facts (and artifacts).
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New Orleans Native Tours was created to share the love we have for our city with the world from the perspective of a New Orleans native. As a mother and son team working together, we focus on two tours City/Cemetery Tours and Plantation Tours. All of our tours are given by entertaining licensed tour guides who will share the culture and history of New Orleans with you with extra emphasis on comfort, enjoyment, and relaxation.
Marie Laveau's resting place, New Orleans - Marie Catherine Laveau was a Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voodoo renowned in New Orleans. Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, also practiced Voudoun, as well as Voodoo.