New Orleans, Louisiana: Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb Team Field Report

St Louis Cemetery No. 1

425 Basin St., New Orleans, LA
Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1. On the north edge of the French Quarter, on the north side of Basin St. between St. Louis and Conti Sts.
Access now heavily restricted. Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Pyramid tomb of Nicolas Cage.

Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb
In 2010, actor Nicolas Cage purchased two adjacent plots for his final resting place, a 10-ft. tall pyramid tomb. Latin inscription "Omnia Ab Uno," translates as "Everything From One." Report... [04/26/2015]

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Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb

Not free - cost is $20 per person. You can get a $2 discount per person with a senior citizen, AAA, etc. [Valerie, 05/20/2016]
Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb

You can only access the graveyard with a tour group. You can still see the tomb from the street if you know what you're looking for.

[Katie Bush, 08/28/2015]
Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb

I arrived at the cemetery gate, and a gentleman with an archdiocese logo on his shirt blocked me from going in. He pointed to a printed sign on the gate with the same archdiocese logo on it that stated no admittance without a tour guide. I asked how much the tour was, he said he didn't know (he works for the entity that owns the cemetery but didn't know that information?). He was calling for someone in the cemetery. I didn't wait.

[Tansy Ridings, 05/19/2015]

Future resting place of Nicolas Cage.

Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb

Nicolas Cage built this pyramid in New Orleans St Louis #1 Cemetery to be buried in when he dies.

[Angela Rushing, 07/07/2014]

Cage bought the last two adjacent plots in the old cemetery for his Egyptian-style pyramid tomb, which is about 10 ft. tall. The Latin inscription, "Omnia Ab Uno," means "Everything From One."

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