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Greetings from Degas House in balmy New Orleans!  What’s the temperature where you are?  We will be in the high 60’s by this weekend. Come to Degas House and warm up! 504-821-5009
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The French Quarter Festival is April 9 – 12. This FREE festival will celebrate its 32nd anniversary this year. Don’t miss the fun!  We have some availability.  Book now! http://www.degashouse.com/rooms.htm   #frenchquarterfestival
A 4-day festival celebrating New Orleans food, music, and people.
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Save the Date: On the evening of Wednesday, March 25, 2015, Degas House will host a Hob Nob event. Food, music, entertainment, door prizes and so much more.  Watch for details. 
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Did your remember that tomorrow is Valentine’s Day? Still trying to think of a unique gift for that special someone in your life? We have the answer: A gift certificate for a romantic stay at Degas House in one of our beautiful rooms. We have packages for wine or champagne, chocolates, flowers. 504-821-5009 or book online:  http://www.degashouse.com/b-b-info/gift-certificates.htm
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For a Rehearsal Dinner as memorable as the wedding itself, let Degas House host it. We have several options and packages for you to choose from. Call 504-821-5009 or email events@degashouse.com.(Greer Gattuso Photography)  http://www.degashouse.com/weddings/rehearsal-dinners.htm
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Teachers: Looking for something educational and fun for your students? Degas House offers educational field trips where students learn about the life and work of French Impressionist Master, Edgar Degas, in the unique setting of Edgar Degas’ New Orleans home and private studio. Call 504-821-5009 for more information.  http://www.degashouse.com/museum/school-field-trips.htm
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A popular tradition in New Orleans wedding receptions is to have a “second line”. Guests follow the bride and groom in a line which goes all around the property, inside and out, and even sometimes down the street. The second line is often led by a band. The bride and groom usually carry parasols while the guests wave handkerchiefs. What great pictures result from this activity and it is so much fun for all.
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A “Dressing of The Bride Event” at Degas House provides a one-of-a-kind extraordinary experience to enhance your wedding day. Held in the gorgeous Estelle Suite, root yourself and your family into art history at our historical property, which is the only home or studio of Degas in the world open to the public. (Studio Tran Photography) http://www.degashouse.com/weddings/dressing-of-the-bride.htm   #degashousedressingofthebride
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Brides and Grooms, end your special day with a stay in the Degas House Honeymoon Suite, the beautiful Estelle Room. Call for details: (504) 821-5009  http://www.degashouse.com/rooms/suites1/estelle-suite1.htm 
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Welcome visitors to our New Orleans Mardi Gras! Take a break from the frenzied excitement and enjoy our Creole Breakfast and the Edgar Degas House Creole Impressionist Tour.  (504) 821-5009  info@degashouse.com. http://www.degashouse.com/promotions/breakfast-and-the-tour.htm #degashousebreakfasttour 
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Need a venue for a corporate event? Please consider Degas House. We have hosted many corporate events through the years in our beautiful and unique courtyard and parlors. Call 504-821-5009 or email events@degashouse.com 
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Hungry? Did you know that Degas House offers breakfast each morning to the public? Enjoy the same delicious hot Creole breakfast that our B&B guests enjoy. Breakfast served from 9:00 am – 10:30 am daily. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  504-821-5009 or email info@degashouse.com.
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2306 Esplanade Ave New Orleans, LA 70119, United States
2306 Esplanade AvenueUSLouisianaNew Orleans70119
(504) 821-5009degashouse.com
Bed & Breakfast, Wedding Venue
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Only Home of the French Impressionist, open to the public. Degas lived here from 1872-1873. Degas painted 18 paintings and wrote 5 letters here. Award winning restoration. Historic Museum Home.
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J Swanson
8 months ago
Worth the money - Degas was the only Impressionist to visit America, and this is the only house he stayed/lived in that is open to the public. A comprehensive tour of the house (split in 2 at some point after Degas's visit), with an informative video to start, is led by none other than one of Degas's grand-nieces. A wealth of information, not only about Degas, but also the area during the 1870s and the Impressionist movement in France, is offered to the visitor. The art lover and the historian will be both pleased by this visit.
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A Google User
3 years ago
Cafe Degas right down the street is excellent
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A Google User
4 years ago
Simply put, this is the most interesting tour attraction in New Orleans. It is an engaging, educational experience that actually showcases some of the city's genuine cultural value, unlike the more famous haunted house tours which are essentially just a bunch of hocus pocus. Highly recommend this one!
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