The Presbytere1017 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 04:30 pm]
- Address: 751 Chartres St., Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA 70116, 70116, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5045686968
- Ticket Price: 6 USD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids, Social, Arts, Museums
The Presbytereis an important historical building in New Orleans. It derives its name from the fact that the building was built on the site of the residence or presbytere of Capuchin Monks. The building was initially used for commercial purposes and later, it housed the Supreme Court. In 1911, it became part of the Louisiana State Museum. Out of the displays and exhibits currently at the museum, The Katrina exhibit leaves one heartbroken. The destruction the hurricane left in its wake has to seen to be believed.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Presbytere
- Adult: $6
- Students, Seniors and Military personnel: $5
- Children under 12 years: Free
- Groups of 15 or more (with reservations) – 20% discount
- School groups (with reservation): Free
The Presbytere Hours
- The building is closed on State Holidays, Election Day and Veterans Day.
How to Reach The Presbytere
- Decatur at St. Peter bus stop
- Decatur at Dumaine bus stop
- Toulouse Tram Station
- Tableu Restaurant
- Cafe Pontalba
- Cafe Du Monde
- Stanley Restaurant
- Tujague’s Restaurant
- Gumbo Shop
- Corner Oyster House
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16.27% of people who visit New Orleans include The Presbytere in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
95% of people start their The Presbytere visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see The Presbytere
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach The Presbytere
The Presbytere Reviews & Ratings
Very interesting place. Lots to see. Easily spent 4 hours here and could've been longer. Great exhibit on Katrina.
Katrina exhibit was incredible. Especially loved room were different displays had actual residents talking about their experience. Better than any tour offered!
Very moving exhibit that walls you through Katrina and other devastating Hurricanes. Upstairs is a very impressive Mardi Gras collection. Definitely worth a visit whilst in NOLA
Very moving exhibit. Brings you right there... How bad it got. Why the levees failed.
Wonderful museum about Katrina on the 1st floor and about Mardi Gras and beautiful costumes, crowns, septers, movies...etc