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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. 

HISTORIC HOMES & BUILDINGS 

  
 

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)

 

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