Lesbian dating sights
Historic New Orleans Collection 533 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It](504) 523-4662org Neighborhood: French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Museum, Historic Home, Historic Landmark, Historic Building Description: Founded in 1966 by General L.
Kemper Williams and his wife Leila, the Historic New Orleans Collection (HNOC) has a mission of preserving the French Quarter and New Orleans history.
Join up with a tour and learn more about the fascinating history of the area, or spend the entire day exploring and shopping in the area, topping everything off with an excellent meal in a world-famous restaurant and some live music.
With so much culture, history, and entertainment, you’ll find a unique and exciting experience around every corner. Louis Cathedral 615 Pere Antoine Aly., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It](504) 525-9585 French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Church/Cathedral of Interest, Historic Building Description: St.
Built in 1831, this Federal mansion boasts the only stable and functional outdoor kitchen in the French Quarter.
The mansion has been beautifully restored through historic research and archaeological studies, and accurately depicts the gracious lifestyle of a wealthy Creole family from 1830 to 1860. Ann St., Lower Pontalba Bldg., Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It](504) 524-9118, (800) 568-6968Louisiana State Neighborhood: French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Museum, Historic Home Description: Faithfully furnished with domestic goods, decorative arts and art of the period, the 1850 House depicts middle class family life during the most prosperous period in New Orleans' history. Peter St., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It](504) 522-2081 French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Theatre (Performance), Historic Building Description: This community theatre dating back to 1916 is the oldest continually-operated theatre in the country.
The building is known as the "treasure of the archdiocese".
Frances Parkinson Keyes was a noted author of more than fifty books and short story collections.
There’s a reason so many visitors flock to the French Quarter every day – both locals and tourists can’t get enough of the unique area’s unique attractions.
From the beautiful architecture to art galleries, museums, restaurants, and bars, the French Quarter has something for everyone – no matter what your interests, budget, or age may be.
Its Royal Street Complex features seven architectural treasures.
The Presbytre 751 Chartres St., Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It](504) 568-6968, (800) 568-6968Louisiana State Neighborhood: French Quarter Attraction Type/s: Museum Description: The Presbytere houses an elaborate and exquisite collection of Mardi Gras artifacts and memorabilia.