Old Governor's Mansion & Foundation For Historical Louisiana
The Old Governor’s Mansion was built in 1929 by the “Kingfish,” Huey P. Long. The Mansion served as the official residence for nine of Louisiana’s governors including Earl K. Long and the “singing governor,” Jimmie Davis. Tours given to walk-in's arriving before 4pm. The Old Governor’s Mansion is a historic house museum listed on the National Register of Historic Places, an elegant venue for special events, and serves as the headquarters for the Foundation for Historical Louisiana.
On I-10 or I-110 take either the Government or Convention St. exit. Located between Royal Street and St. Charles Street. Five blocks from the Mississippi River in the heart of the historic downtown. The Old Governor's Mansion is often called "Louisiana's White House." Parking available. Handicapped accessible. Guided Tours.