D-Day Museum Celebrate your patriotism at this stunning national museum honoring the heroes and events of World War II.
Tulane Museum of Natural History Begun in 1885, Tulane's Museum of Natural History houses an extensive and important collection of animal life.
Fort Pike Located about 30 minutes from Canal Street, Fort Pike has served the state and country since 1827.
Preservation Resource Center Learn about the fascinating architecture of New Orleans historic neighborhoods at the PRC Museum.
The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park Learn about this history of New Orleans jazz, in the historic French Quarter.
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum From leeches to spectacles, this museum is the largest and finest pharmaceutical museum in the U.S.
Fire Department Museum Located in the Garden District, the museum contains two floors of fire-fighting memorabilia.
Historic New Orleans Collection Discover Louisiana's history and culture at the THNOC, a French Quarter museum and research center.
Old U.S. Mint The only building in America to serve as a U.S. and Confederate Mint. Today it hosts unique minting and jazz exhibits.
Confederate Museum Showcases Civil War memorabilia including the personal effects of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
The Cabildo This flagship of the Louisiana State Museums is the site of the Louisiana Purchase transfer in 1803.
The 1850 House The 1850 House gives the visitor a glimpse of middle class Creole family life in the 1800's.
Louisiana Museum of AfricanAmerican History Contains 19th century documents relating to African American life.
Amistad Research Center The nation's largest archive of African American history and other ethnic groups.
Tulane's Special Collections Provides the student, scholar, and cultural visitor a wealth of information on jazz, New Orleans, and Louisiana.
American Italian Museum The museum salutes the numerous contributions made by Italian Americans.
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve 6 sites in Louisiana including the Chalmette Battlefield.
Goree Island Official website and lots of information on the famous "Slave Trading Island"
Jackson Barracks Built before the Civil War, the barracks houses the Louisiana National Guard and an impressive military museum.
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