Boasting the world’s largest collection of 19th century American Southern style mansions, the Garden District of New Orleans deserves special attention and a tour of its own! View unique architecture, oak tree-lined streets, manicured gardens, and the homes of some of America’s most famed celebrities—both past and present—as you leisurely stroll through this neighborhood. Stop at Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, arguably America’s most infamous graveyard. The above ground crypts of this “city of the dead” have appeared in numerous blockbuster films including “Double Jeopardy,” and “Interview with the Vampire.” Other highlights include Briggs-Staub House, Colonel Short's Villa, Commander’s Palace restaurant, Lonsdale House, Musson House, Payne House, The Rink, Robinson House, Toby-Westfeldt House, and celebrity homes of Anne Rice, Sandra Bullock, Ella Brennan, and John Goodman.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Briggs-Staub HouseThe only Gothic Revival house in the district was built in 1849.Pass By: Louise S. McGehee SchoolBradish Johnson House, built in 1872Pass By: Colonel Short's VillaExquisite home once owned by Confederate Colonel ShortPass By: Lafayette Cemetery No.1, New Orleans, LouisianaPopular above ground cemetery featured in TV and Film