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Lugares emblemáticos en Nueva Orleans

Museos de arte

Museo de arte
““New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), the city’s oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911 with only nine works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of more than 40,000 objects. The collection, noted for its extraordinary strengths in French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works, continues to expand and grow, making NOMA one of the top art museums in the South.” -NOMA.org *While you are here, you can’t forget to visit the Besthoff Sculpture Garden.”
  • Recomendado por 307 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“Just a great museum! If you happen to be so lucky to be staying on a Thursday evening, the Ogden hosts the "Ogden After Hours" which runs from 6-8pm it features live music and a few cocktail bars. Enjoy the Art, Music and have a drink as you explore the museum. Great views of the city from the roof top veranda. Very Fun!!!!”
  • Recomendado por 102 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“New Orleans is all about art. And why not go to the art museum to see some of the greatest work displayed.”
  • Recomendado por 36 habitantes locales
History Museum
“$7 excellent museum! 2 permanent exhibits worth your time. Both a hurricane Katrina exhibit and a history of Mardi Gras exhibit. Truly fascinating and not at all boring. Make sure to do the Katrina one first since it is super depressing :P Don't let them talk you into $12 to add the Cabildo Museum, it is boring as crap.”
  • Recomendado por 18 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“Degas House is the only home of Degas anywhere in the world that is open to the public. It is also the home of the Edgar Degas Foundation which seeks to preserve the legacy of Degas in New Orleans and provide education and cultural programming. ”
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History Museum
“Confederate veterans of Louisiana founded Memorial Hall, also known as the Confederate Museum, in New Orleans in 1891 as a repository for their memorabilia from the War Between the States.”
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Museo de arte
“The mission of the New Orleans African American Museum is to preserve, interpret and promote the African American cultural heritage of New Orleans, with a particular emphasis on the Tremé community. ”
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Museo de arte
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Museos históricos

History Museum
“This is easily one of the most incredible and thought provoking places to spend your day—especially if it’s a rainy one! You can enjoy the 4D movie Beyond All Boundaries and watch performers dance 1940s style! ”
  • Recomendado por 271 habitantes locales
History Museum
“Backstreet Cultural Museum holds the world’s most comprehensive collection related to New Orleans’ African American community-based masking and processional traditions, including Mardi Gras Indians, jazz funerals, social aid and pleasure clubs, Baby Dolls, and Skull and Bone gangs. The museum’s filmed records of over 500 events constitute the most cohesive archive documenting these cultural traditions. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the Backstreet Cultural Museum hosts public performances of music and dance, provides outreach programs, and creates an annual book, Keeping Jazz Funerals Alive, that chronicles the year’s jazz funerals.”
  • Recomendado por 75 habitantes locales
History Museum
“The Cabildo is a Louisiana State Museum with some terrific artifacts from New Orleans' past. I love seeing an old K&B pharmacy signs and Pontchartrain Beach amusement park memorabilia. Experience a full Mardi Gras Indians suit and marvel at the intricate, year-round, hand sewing.”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
Museum
“Founded in 1966, THNOC has grown to include 13 historic buildings on three French Quarter campuses. Visit the new exhibition center, is at 520 Royal Street, for an ever-changing array of programs and installations.”
  • Recomendado por 38 habitantes locales
History Museum
““The New Orleans Jazz Museum celebrates the history of jazz, in all its forms, through dynamic interactive exhibits, multi-generational educational programming, research facilities, and engaging musical performances. The NOJM enhances New Orleans’ ongoing cultural renaissance by providing diverse resources for musicians and music lovers of all languages and nationalities. We fully explore America’s quintessential musical art form in the city where jazz was born.” -Nolajazzmuseum.org *Look out for the concerts at this museum located at the old U.S. Mint. If you are a lover of music, especially Jazz music, you can’t leave New Orleans without visiting this museum! ”
  • Recomendado por 28 habitantes locales
History Museum
“A feast for the eyes as you step back to an era gone bye. ​Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an historic building within the Vieux Carre Historic District, the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum showcases its extensive collection and provides interpretive educational programs to present and preserve the rich history of pharmacy and healthcare in Louisiana; past and present.  THE HISTORY OF LOUIS J. DUFILHO, JR. America’s First Licensed Pharmacist ​ Dufilho’s most significant contribution to the history and integrity of the field of pharmacy took place in New Orleans in 1816. In 1804, the State of Louisiana, led by Governor Claiborne, passed a law that required a licensing examination for pharmacists wishing to practice their profession. Prior to this law and before Louisiana became a U.S. State, there were some informal territory licensing measures, but none were enforced. A person could apprentice for six months and then compound and sell his or her own concoctions without any regulations or standards. The public received incorrect doses and erroneous medications. In 1804, Governor Claiborne established a board of reputable pharmacists and physicians to administer a three-hour oral examination given at the Cabildo in Jackson Square. Louis J. Dufilho, Jr. was the first to pass the licensing examination, therefore making his pharmacy the first United States apothecary shop to be conducted on the basis of proven adequacy.”
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Museum
“history and culture of this spiritual practice of voodoo. Guided swamp, plantation and cemetery tours are available.”
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History Museum
“$7 excellent museum! 2 permanent exhibits worth your time. Both a hurricane Katrina exhibit and a history of Mardi Gras exhibit. Truly fascinating and not at all boring. Make sure to do the Katrina one first since it is super depressing :P Don't let them talk you into $12 to add the Cabildo Museum, it is boring as crap.”
  • Recomendado por 18 habitantes locales

Miradores panorámicos

Parque
“This is a lovely reprieve from the French Quarter. Right off of Jackson Square, you can wander down the Mississippi River toward the Harrah's. Great views of Algiers, the Crescent City Connection bridge, downtown high-rises. Remember to wander here during the daytime please. ”
  • Recomendado por 22 habitantes locales
Parque
“A great place to have a picnic or just hang out. Freight ships pass by, and often toot their fog horns at Fly picnic-ers. ”
  • Recomendado por 11 habitantes locales
Otros lugares al aire libre
“Peristyle is the perfect scenery for that romantic picture, right next to the water. Worth visiting!”
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Sitios históricos

Barrio
“History and mystery, the French Quarter is filled with a million details you have to visit multiple times to even get a glimpse of. If you must see Bourbon Street, walk down one block then return to the more civilized areas like Chartres, Royal, or Decatur Streets. ”
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Barrio
“Take a walking tour of the stately mansions nestled amongst the majestic oaks in the lovely Garden District of Uptown New Orleans. ”
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Mercado de productores locales
“Street car line is right behind the U.S. Mint or at St. Claude and Elysian Fields. Highly recommend getting a day pass which can be used on any streetcar line or bus on that day. ”
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Mercado de productores locales
“If you need some 'New Orleans-y' souvenirs to take back home this is the place. It's rows and rows of leather goods, trinkets, spices, food, t-shirts, art, and more. Once you get off the ferry there is a streetcar that will take you right to it. Keep in mind it closes at 6pm and on rainy days it might be a little sparse as not all vendors will be out.”
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Barrio
“Walkable New Orleans neighborhood on the Westbank (Locals do say, "The West Bank is the Best Bank" and if you live on this side of the river, in general, you're called "Wankers." Old Point Bar worth a look, Dry Dock Cafe and a walk along the river levee at dusk / sunset. ”
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Mercado de productores locales
“A bustling open market of various nick nacks. If you plant to buy anything, this is a great time to barter. Most items are marked far higher than vendors expect to sell them for. Although it may be tempting, please don't purchase food or drink here. The quality is far better once you cross the street into the city. ”
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Sitio histórico
“This is the mansion which was filmed for the American Horror Story season "Coven." ”
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Mercado de productores locales
“For all your local souvenir and art needs, head to the French Market! For the widest selection, head out on a Saturday or Sunday morning.”
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Bibliotecas

Library
“Jump on the Streetcar and in 5-10 minutes you are at a beatiful mansion donated and transformed into the "Latter' public library, one of the great ones in NOLA's public library system. if you get on the streetcar going the other direction on the Streetcar and go to the small library named the 'Nix' library (near Oak Street + Carrolton)”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Library
“In front of the Alvar Library, there are "Blue Bikes" which you can rent for the hour, or by the day. Must create an account and download the app. More info at www.bluebikesnola.com”
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Library
“This beautifully restored library is one of the very first Carnegie libraries built in the United States and hosts frequent events such as book discussions and signings with local authors.”
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History Museum
“This Chartres St. location is likely to have a current exhibit of interest.”
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Library
“Like the Dome and the Convention Center, I am just providing a map in case you need it. However, there is a large branch library on St. Charles Avenue further uptown. ”
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Library
“Wonderful new renovation of beautiful neighborhood library, new cafe, children's section, easy to get to.”
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Comida
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Library
“Wonderful new renovation of beautiful neighborhood library, new cafe, children's section, easy to get to.”
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local
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