When built (approximately in the year 1799), the Cabildo was the seat of colonial government. Over a period of time, building served as a city hall, a courthouse and a prison. Ultimately, in the early 1900s, the magnificent building was converted into a museum.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Cabildo
- Adult: $6
- Students, Seniors and Active Military personnel: $5
- Children 12 and under: Free
- School groups (with reservation) : Free admission
- Groups of 15 or more (with reservation): 20% discount
The Cabildo Hours
- The building is closed on state holidays, Election Day and Veterans Day.
How to Reach The Cabildo
- Decatur at St. Peter bus stop
- Decatur at Dumaine bus stop
- Toulouse Tram Station
- Stanley Restaurant
- Cafe Pontalba
- Cafe Du Mtaurant
- Tujague’s Restaurant
- Gumbo Shop
- Corner Oyster House
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18.32% of people who visit New Orleans include The Cabildo in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
50% of people start their The Cabildo visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Cabildo
55.56% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Cabildo