Newcomb Art Gallery
Part of Tulane University and flanked by beautiful Tiffany stained-glass triptychs, the Newcomb Art Gallery is a great spot to soak up...
Hogan Jazz Archive
Jazz heads, and really anyone interested in New Orleans music, should pop into the Hogan Jazz Archive ; most of its great wealth of...
Amistad Research Center
Part of Tulane University, the Amistad Research Center is one of the nation’s largest repositories of African American history. The...
The Boot, practically located within Tulane’s campus, could double as student housing for that university. If you’re within the vicinity...
Maple Street Café
While this city excels in the food stakes, it can admittedly be a little light on, well, light fare. Maple Street Café tries to remedy...
Lonely Planet review
One of the south’s premier universities boasts 22,000 students in 11 colleges and schools and big-name alumni like former French president Jacques Chirac, Republican firebrand Newt Gingrich, Jerry Springer and a very long list of Louisiana governors, judges and assorted politicos. The school sprawls across an attractive cluster of greens, red-brick buildings and quads north of Audubon Park – this is one of the prettiest colleges in the country, and well worth a stroll for anyone wanting to reclaim a sense of school days (or daze).