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Here are a few links to some of New Orleans most historical sites.

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

New Orleans' oldest cemetery dating back to 1789 located "back of town."

Lafayette Cemetery

Located in the historic Garden District, this cemetery is home to such guests as world renown Judge Ferguson (Plessy v. Ferguson) and Anne Rice's Mayfair witches. It has also been the scene of several Hollywood blockbuster films.  


Creole history and genealogy

Jari Honora

Local historian and genealogist

Host of WBOK 1230AM's "Showtime in the Afternoon." Mondays 4pm-6pm (

Le Musee de f.p.c.

Le Musée de f.p.c., a historic house museum, is one of the country’s few attractions dedicated exclusively to preserving the material culture of and telling to the story of free people of color.

Irish Cultural Museum

Located in the historic French Quarter celebrating and honoring the Irish culture of New Orleans.

Opera Creole

Celebrating the African American contribution to opera in New Orleans.


Experience New Orleans with a knowledgeable and friendly guide: walking and step-on tours.

French Quartour Kids

The only tour company just for kids. Educational and entertaining tours throughout the French Quarter.

Pearl River Eco Tours

Experience a journey like no other into Honey Island Swamp, one of the least altered river swamps in the country.

Gertrude Geddes Willis Funeral Home

Providing services to New Orleans and Houma areas for over 170 years.