New Orleans tops Redfin’s list of 13 Best Cities for Halloween

With a “spooky score” of 12.4 out of 13, New Orleans topped Redfin’s “Best Places” list of best cities to spend Halloween in. While spooky year-round, we agree that this is a great place to spend Halloween. From all of us at Save Our Cemeteries, we hope you have a safe and happy Halloween!

Below are the main New Orleans Halloween attractions, listed in the article. See the full list here: https://www.redfin.com/blog/2017/10/13-best-cities-halloween.html

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

Krewe of Boo Halloween Parade

New Orleans Vampire Ball

Ghost City Tours

Halloween in New Orleans Festival

Boo at the Zoo

Tomb of Marie Laveau

Mortuary Haunted Mansion

Voodoo Witchcraft Festival

Crawloween at the Audubon Nature Center

NOLA Halloween Pub Crawl

Halloween New Orleans

LaLaurie House

Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar

Hotel Monteleone

Sultan’s Palace

St. Louis Cemetery

Gardette-LaPrete House

Lafitte Guest House Bar

FrenchQuarter Phantoms Ghost Tours

Black Rose Tours

The DeadSpace Project: A resource for St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

St. Louis Cemetery No 1. from Basin Street Station

The DeadSpace Project is a result of a two-phase documentation and conservation project focusing on St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 developed by the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Fine Arts Departments of Historic Preservation and Landscape Architecture with Tulane University’s School of Architecture/Preservation Studies in conjunction with Save our Cemeteries, Inc. and the Archdiocese of New Orleans.

The DeadSpace Project website has an abundance of resource information about St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, such as: tomb & marker surveys, information on maintenance, restoration and repair guidelines for tombs, photos of tombs, maps, a list of the cemetery’s most significant inhabitants, virtual 3d tours and even a downloadable coloring book for the kiddies!

More info: www.noladeadspace.com