There are many cemeteries in downtown New Orleans worth visiting, and they are all unique. The Jewish Cemetery is a large cemetery located at 4100 French Street. This cemetery was the first to bury Jews, and later locals were buried here. The tombstones are relatively artistic. The cemetery is well managed, and visitors need to buy tickets before they can enter. But even so, due to the age, there are still many tombstones damaged.
The Jewish Cemetery is a very wide area. Many Jews live in this cemetery. The surrounding lawns and cross roads are very clean.
The Jewish cemetery is really famous. The entire area of the cemetery is very wide. Many cemeteries are filled with tourists.
Our friends started their own "Cemetery Tour", and we joined them in the "Garden District" cemetery. I had an Idea, to try and find the Jewish cemetery. With a little help from "Google" and "Waze" nav...