St. Augustine Church, New Orleans

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St. Augustine Church, New Orleans - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1210 Governor Nicholls St, New Orleans, LA 70116, United States

Phone: +1-5045255934

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 11:30 am Details

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The St. Augustine Church is one of the oldest African-American Church in America, dating back to 1841. The church marks a transformation in the lives of African- American culture in 1841 when the Bishop Antoine Blanc gave the people of colour the freedom to built their own church.

Today the church is a living proof of the struggles and achievement of the people of African-American lineage and is an absolute must if you want to touch and see a part of New Orleans’s history.

St. Augustine Church Ticket Prices

  • Admission is Free.

St. Augustine Church Opening and Closing Hours

  • Call up the place to ask for visiting hours on other days.

How To reach St. Augustine Church by Public Transport

  • By Bus: N. Rampart at Governor Nicholls
  • By Tram: French Market Station
  • By renting a Car/ Bike
  • By Taxi

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St. Augustine Church, New Orleans Reviews - Write a Review

  • This tribute to the unknown slaves of the Treme neighborhood and should be acknowledged and highlighted much better. I rode the hop on hop off bus to this location because I saw it in small print on the list of sights on its list of stops. The tour guide giving a verbal tour as we rode the bus did not mention it. I had to ask him for its location as I exited the bus.

  • We visited this historic church while we were at the Treme Festival. Be sure to make a donation when you go in which goes to help keep the church expenses down so they can keep it open. Lots of History here.

  • Authentic, Catholic and jazz worship. This is New Orleans at it's best! Only a couple blocks out of the French Quarter, and missed by most.

  • Great place. Beautiful singing.

  • Hi I'm new to the area and was wondering if y'all OK with gay ppl cuz I would like to find a church here??

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