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A New Orleans Bed and Breakfast, Degas House is home to the French Impressionist Master, Edgar Degas, and is a masterpiece of history and hospitality. Guests at Degas House experience an unforgettable taste of the legendary and luxurious Creole Lifestyle. The guest rooms are located...
Contemporary Arts Center
The Contemporary Arts Center ranks as one of New Orleans' most unique spaces for the ultimate in private entertaining and celebration. The atrium, galleries, theaters, and warehouses combine to offer unlimited entertainment options. Our 30,000 square feet of event space is a mixture of turn-of-the...
The New Movement
The New Movement is an intimate theater space featuring an array of stand-up, sketch, and improv comedy shows. We feature a full bar, cozy patio, upstairs aquarium, and a community of creatives who make TNM the nerve center of the New Orleans comedy scene. https://www.facebook.com/TNMnola/videos/1309390002438698/
Modern Historic Venue in the heart of New Orleans! Originally built in 1906 (as The Shubert), the Civic has loomed large in the imagination of New Orleans for decades. Over its varied history, it has hosted vaudeville, burlesque, musicals, and a disco. Like New Orleans, the Civic is living history, a place where memories get made.
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
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...
The Orpheum’s spacious orchestra, loges, balcony, and gallery offer newly-installed upholstered seats and comfortable accommodation for 1460 guests. The Orpheum easily transforms from an intimate concert venue to corporate meeting and convention space with perfect sight lines from each of its seats. An adjustable orchestra...
Longue Vue House and Gardens
A Masterpiece of Beauty and Elegance The home and gardens were born of the dreams of Edgar and Edith Stern, pillars of the New Orleans community. The Sterns worked with landscape architect Ellen Biddle Shipman (1866-1950) and architects William (1897-1984) and Geoffrey (1909-1985) Platt to...