Regularly rotating exhibits appear in the Williams Gallery, part of the Historic New Orleans Collection.
The Historic New Orleans Collection
In several exquisitely restored buildings you'll find thoughtfully curated exhibits with an emphasis on archival materials, such as the...
Samuel Hermann, a Jewish merchant who married a Catholic woman, introduced the American-style Federal design to the Quarter in 1831....
The Rose is only a block from Bourbon St, but feels a world away. Few tourists make it in here, but it’s the go-to cheap spot for...
Established in 1840 Antoine’s is the oldest of old-line New Orleans restaurants. The dining rooms look like first-class lounges on the...
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Leah’s Pralines information
In the heart of the French Quarter, this old candy shop specializes in that special Creole confection, the praline. Here you’ll get some of the very best in town. If you’ve already tried pralines elsewhere and decided that you don’t care for them, we suggest you try some at Leah’s before making up your mind completely.