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The 1850 House - Located in Jackson Square, in the Lower Pontalba Building it is a depiction of life in a Creole home built in 1849. Open 10-5 Wed-Sat. (L-4)

Beauregard-Keyes House and Gardens - 1113 Chartres St., 523-7257 - Mansion home to Confederate General P.T. Beauregard and later, novelist Francis Parkinson Keyes was built in 1827. Open 10-3 daily. (M-4)

Pitot House - 1440 Moss St., 482-0312 Historic eighteenth-century French Colonial/West Indies house on  Bayou St. John. Open 10-3 Wed-Sat.

The Superdome Poydras and Lasalle Streets. The landmark-domed stadium is the worlds largest steel-constructed room unobstructed by posts.  It has been the site of some of the nation's greatest sporting events including more Super Bowl games than any other venue. 



The St. Louis Cathedral is New Orleans' most notable landmark. Built in 1794, its distinctive triple steeples tower over Jackson Square.


Gallier House - 1118-1132 Royal St., 525-5661 - Restored 1857 townhouse of New Orleans architect James Gallier Jr. features Victorian designs, detailed courtyard and slave quarters. Mon-Fri 10-3:30. (M-4)

Hermann-Grima House - 820 St. Louis St., 525-5661 - Historic 1831 home depicts Creole life in old New Orleans.  Open Mon-Fri 10-3:30. (I-8)

Longue Vue House and Gardens - 7 Bamboo Road, Metairie, 488-5488 Classical Greek Revival estate featuring impressive art and antiques, on eight acres gardens. Open 10-4:30 Mon-Sat, 1-5 Sun.

Williams Residence - 533 Royal St., 523-4662 Restored Manor home built in 1889 Tours Tue-Sat at 10 and 11 a.m. and 2 and 3 p.m. (J-7)