New Canal Lighthouse, New Orleans
About New Canal Lighthouse, New Orleans
New Canal Lighthouse, New Orleans - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 8001 Lakeshore Dr, New Orleans, LA 70124, United States
Ticket Price: 8 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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Originally built in 1839, the lighthouse was rebuilt in the Lake Ponchartrain Basin Foundation and is the 4th lighthouse built on the same grounds. The lighthouse was damaged in the Hurricane Katrina and was fully restored while still keeping its classic design.
The modern day lighthouse accommodates a museum, a gift shop and a view of the beautiful lake. A walk along the lighthouse to see its old-charm against the serene lake, is perfect for an afternoon stroll.
New Canal Lighthouse Information
- The Lighthouse is handicapped accessible.
- Free off-street parking is available.
New Canal Lighthouse Ticket Prices
- USD 7.50 for adults.
- USD 3 for children ages 6-12.
- USD 5 groups of 10 or more.
- Military - USD 5.50
- Seniors (65+) - USD 5.50
- Students (with ID) - USD 5.50
For any other prices, call up the place.
How To reach New Canal Lighthouse by Public Transport
- By Bus: R E Lee at West End
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi.
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New Canal Lighthouse, New Orleans Reviews - Write a Review
Took the annual trolley tour. Entire event was very well done. Food also very good
Great place. A staple in the area. This lighthouse is a landmark and all around treasure. Recently rehabbed, it's delightful, charming and altogether appealing. The rehab was done RIGHT!!!
It's a nice lighthouse, it was badly damaged during Hurricane Katrina and left in ruins for sometime, but it was fully rebuilt and refurbished and looking great.
The gift shop has some fantastic local gifts that benefit the Lake foundation. Need to stop by and take the tour one day.
It's a beautiful lighthouse in an end of New Orleans I wouldn't have thought of visiting.
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