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Top places of worship recommendations from locals

Premise
“Grand, spired circa-1700s church with stained glass, a painted ceiling & an active congregation.”
  • 41 locals recommend
Cemetery
“Marie Laveau the Voodoo queen is buried here! Oldest surviving cemetery in New Orleans. Tour guide required by law. ”
  • 52 locals recommend
Church
“Stunning cathedral in our beloved French Quarter! Just outside you’ll see live music and performances. ”
  • 44 locals recommend
Cemetery
“Historic battle was fought here. Information is provided on the spot. You can take the Chalmette ferry to get there. ”
  • 39 locals recommend
Cemetery
“if you want to check out a cemetery this one is short walk away. Bring your camera. ”
  • 28 locals recommend
Cemetery
“New Orleans is known for their above ground cemeteries and the ghosts that haunt the city. This is a beautiful one in the Garden District right across from Commander's Palace. ”
  • 27 locals recommend
Cemetery
“In the center of this off-the-beaten-path cemetery is the St Roch Chapel. Inside the chapel is the most interesting shrine in the city - its filled with small momentos of answered prayers of healing, like glass eyes, crutches, small ceramic hands, feet, and other ancient tokens of thanks, many marked with the french word for thanks, "Merci". ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Opera House
“Marigny Opera House is an old Catholic church converted into a performance space. It hosts ballets, theater pieces, and other performances. It is also notable as the wedding venue for Solange Knowles.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Church
“Oldest African American Catholic Church, Sunday Mass 10am-12pm with remarkable jazz choir. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Cemetery
“One of the most unusual cemeteries in New Orleans. Once called "Little Saxony," St Roch Cemetery was founded by Rev. P.L. Thevis in 1874. This place if full of history. Free admission!”
  • 8 locals recommend
Cemetery
“One of the iconic above-ground cemeteries that New Orleans is known for. Full of history and iconic architecture. Across the street from this cemetery is where you get on the Canal Street streetcar to go downtown.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Cemetery
“One of the iconic above-ground cemeteries that New Orleans is known for. Metairie Cemetery is one of the more expansive cemeteries in the city.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Cemetery
“You can see it from the road, but a walk around the cemetery gives you an experience like no other.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Cemetery
“One of the many above-ground cemeteries located at the end of the Canal Street streetcar line. Historic cemetery that contains the Hurricane Katrina memorial.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Cemetery
“Cemetary where you can take an audio tour in your car. Closes at 5:00 so you have to get there by 4 or they won't let you take the CDs. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Cemetery
“Hop on the streetcar to the foot of Canal St. to find iconic above-ground tombs in our famous cemeteries.”
  • 2 locals recommend