Musée Conti Historical Wax Museum
This place sells itself as one of New Orleans’ ‘best kept secrets, ’ which is like saying po’boys are undiscovered culinary gems. It’s a...
Kurt E Schon Ltd Gallery
For moneyed art collectors, and the rest of us who just like to look at great artwork, Kurt E Schon is an immense gallery and storehouse...
While New Orleans is a pretty integrated city where gays and straights tend to mingle on a regular basis, there is a strong gay scene...
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Hermann-Grima House information
Lonely Planet review
Samuel Hermann, a Jewish merchant who married a Catholic woman, introduced the American-style Federal design to the Quarter in 1831. Hermann sold the house in 1844 to Judge Grima, a slaveholder, after he reportedly lost $2 million during the national financial panic of 1837. Cooking demonstrations in the open-hearth kitchen are a special treat on Thursdays from October to May.