Grace King House
This historic home was built in 1837 by jeweler William M Goodrich. Goodrich sold the house to the British-born merchant Henry Hope...
St Vincent’s Infant Asylum
This large, red-brick orphanage was built in 1864 with assistance from federal troops occupying the city. It helped relieve the...
House of Broel
Built in the 1850s, this is an excellent example of the sort of elegant architecture that makes the Garden District so darn pretty. Look...
On an interesting corner, just half a block from Magazine St, the Half Moon beckons with a cool neighborhood vibe. The place is good for...
Surrey’s Juice Bar
Here comes the controversial assessment: Surrey’s does the best cheap breakfast, and perhaps the best breakfast period, in New Orleans....
Grace King House information
Lonely Planet review
Behind a handsome wrought-iron fence, this papaya-hued house was named for the Louisiana historian and author who lived here from 1905 to 1932. It was built in 1847 by banker Frederick Rodewald and features both Greek Ionic columns on the lower floor and Corinthian columns above. Not open to the public.