Southeastern Architectural Archive

New Orleans

Stop by for changing exhibits that highlight different aspects of architecture in the Gulf South, which stretches from Louisiana east to the Florida Keys.

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1. Hogan Jazz Archive

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Jazz heads, and really anyone interested in New Orleans music, should pop into the Hogan Jazz Archive. Although most of its great wealth of material is…

2. Tulane University

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The campus of Tulane, a premier Southern university, is an attractive tableau of live oaks, red-brick buildings and green quads spread across 110 acres…

3. Newcomb Art Museum

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Part of Tulane University and flanked by beautiful Tiffany stained-glass triptychs, the Newcomb Art Museum is a great spot to soak up some art, with works…

4. Loyola University

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A private university with more than 4700 students, opened as a Jesuit college in 1904. It's one of America's more scenic campuses, with live oaks,…

5. Amistad Research Center

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Part of Tulane University, the Amistad Research Center is one of the nation’s largest repositories of African American history. The Amistad is not a…

6. Audubon Park

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This lovely spot, riverside of St Charles Ave, is home to Audubon Zoo. A 1.8-mile multi-use paved trail loops around the central golf course, unfurling…

7. Levee Path

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Part of the Mississippi River Trail, this unique public greenway runs atop the levee space that follows the curves of the Mississippi River all the way…

8. Milton H Latter Memorial Library


Poised elegantly above shady stands of palms, the Latter Memorial Library was once a private mansion. The Isaac family – who owned the building from 1907…