Tour was interesting. We had previously taken the canal st. streetcar to the end to see the large cemeteries. You stroll along on your own. Interesting and we had lots of questions, ie. how they fit so many people in 1 tomb. We took this tour as it is the oldest cemetery and guided, so we would be able to ask questions. Some of our questions were answered, but mostly history/stories on the people buried there. Tour guide rude. Tour 10:45. My son went to restroom at 10:43. Made it back, plenty of time; I understand policy says tours leave on time. I simply said at 10:43, ooh, my son just went to restroom. Response, nasty, was, that's his problem. (wasn't joking btw) I'm rolling along. So that's how it started. How they fit so many in a tomb is fascinating, but I won't spoil it. I did ask how you got to be in the tomb. Did granma/granpa say you could, what if you weren't in your family's good graces, etc. Again, nasty, "family is family". Well not all families get along.....anyway....I stopped asking questions. Glad we took the tour. Was quick and we were able to get the answer we most wondered about. Worth doing.