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Louis Armstrong Park - N. Rampart and Conti Sts., 565-7470.  Park dedicated to African-American music legends and history; contains Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts, Perseverance Hall, Municipal Auditorium and Congo Square.

Jackson Square - Between Decatur, Chartres, St. Ann and St. Peter Streets, is Jackson Square, the heart of New Orleans since its founding in 1718.  The Square, is center pieced by a statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson which is surrounded by paths, benches and gardens. 

THE FRENCH QUARTER & DOWNTOWN
PARKS AND GREEN SPACE 



Jackson Square

Woldenberg Riverfront Park - Linear Park on Mississippi Riverfront next to Aquarium of the Americas to Jackson Square  - Featuring vista of the Mississippi, the Moonwalk riverfront promenade. (L-8)

Lafayette Park, (a.k.a. Lafayette Square) is surrounded by government buildings; it is well shaded with live oak trees. Includes a number of statues of noted personalities

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