Presbytere, Louisiana State Museum

The Presbytere was built in 1799 as a residence for the clergy of St. Louis Cathedral.
The Presbytere was built in 1799 as a residence for the clergy of St. Louis Cathedral.
From "Living with Jurricanes: Katrina and Beyond", a new $7.5 million exhibition that explores the history, science and human drama of hurricanes.
From "Living with Jurricanes: Katrina and Beyond", a new $7.5 million exhibition that explores the history, science and human drama of hurricanes.
From "Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond."
From "Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond."

Location

751 Chartres St., Jackson Square
New Orleans LA 70116

Every day is Mardi Gras at the Presbytere museum! Elaborate costumes, colorful floats, and other artifacts capture the fun and frivolity of the Louisiana Carnival through the centuries.  Meanwhile, our new $7.5 million exhibition Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond offers an unforgettable experience of the power of hurricanes. Eyewitness accounts, state-of-the-art sound and video, and rare artifacts recount tragic devastation of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005.

 

              

 

Amenities

Discounts
  • Group Discount
  • Military Discount
  • Senior Citizen Discount
  • Student Discount
Facility Amenities
  • Special Packages Available
General Information
  • Cash Only
  • Family Friendly
  • Open Year-Round

Contact

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