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3 Best Landmarks in New Orleans, LA

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in New Orleans, Louisiana. All of our landmarks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

JACKSON SQUARE

701 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116 DIRECTIONS

Since 1721

Here’s The Deal:
'Jackson Square' is one of the most iconic landmarks in New Orleans. The square is set in the heart of the French Quarter overlooking the Mississippi River. The square covers 2.5 acres and sees more than 2 million visitors and locals annually. The place is surrounded by historic structures, including St. Louis Cathedral, Presbytere, and Cabildo. Jackson Square has retail stores, museums, galleries, and restaurants. They have a house with a prestigious apartment collection on the second and third floors. It's been around for more than half a century. Jackson Square's tours are immersive, exciting, and historically accurate, and you'll have a lot of fun with well-rated, top-rated licensed guides.

SPECIALTY:
Exhibitions, Family Guides, Day Trips, Dining Options, Neutral Grounds, Walking Areas, Outdoor Adventures, History and Culture, Weddings, Historic Buildings, Golf Course, Shop, Parks, Events, Plantation/Group Tours, Author Programs & Architecture Structure

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Mon-Sun: 8am - 6pm

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LOUISIANA STATE MUSEUM - THE CABILDO

701 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 DIRECTIONS

Since 1795

Here’s The Deal:
Louisiana State Museum-The Cabildo is one of Louisiana's most prominent historical buildings. The building was converted to the Louisiana State Museum in 1908 and has been used to educate the public on Louisiana's history. It exhibits Louisiana's history by displaying pieces from the museum's extensive collection, such as documents, paintings, and 3D items. This beautiful Spanish colonial building neighbors St. Louis Cathedral and houses many rare artifacts from America's history. Visits from foreign ambassadors, several significant activities took place within the Cabildo in Louisiana. It affords free admission for children under six.

SPECIALTY:
Lesson Plans, Architecture Structure, Field Trips, House, Dining Options, Group Tours, Exhibitions, Virtual Tour, Music, Stores, Historical Buildings, Educational, Author Programs, Free Books & Shop

Price: Admission:
Adults - $10
Students, senior citizens, active military - $8

Discount: Groups of 15 or more (with reservations) - 20% discount
Purchase tickets for two or more museums - 20% discount
AAA membership discount - 10% discount
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Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

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HERMANN-GRIMA HOUSE

820 St Louis Street, New Orleans, LA 70112 DIRECTIONS

Since 1971

Here’s The Deal:
Hermann-Grima House is one of the best-known examples of Federal-style architecture in the French Quarter. The buildings included more than 3000 decorative art objects, including sculptures, furniture, and other artifacts. The home has one of the few working open-hearth kitchens in the state, and from October through May, they provide cooking in the kitchen twice a month on Thursdays. The building also holds the only remaining original and intact stable remaining in the French Quarter. This house and adjacent outbuildings take tourists back in time to learn about this busy home from the 19th century, its wealthy owners, and the enslaved people who worked on the farm. Hermann-Grima House conducts two week-long camps for children during the summer and a specialized field during the holidays.

SPECIALTY:
Hearth Kitchen, Field Trips, Archaeology, Senior Citizen Group Tours, Jewelry Making, Speciality Exhibits, Boy and Girl Scout Troops, Children’s Programs, Cooking, Outbuildings & Seasonal Tour

Price: Private Tours: $150 for one house
$250 for both houses
Open House Group Tours: $12 per person

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Mon, Wed-Sun: 10am – 11pm | 1pm – 3pm
Tue: Closed

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