Gallier House
Historical Place
Today 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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1132 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116
USLANew Orleans70116
Historical PlaceToday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 2:00 pmTuesday ClosedWednesday ClosedThursday 10:00 am – 2:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 3:00 pmSunday Closed
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West Moss
reviewed 11 months ago
They don't post their hours anywhere but on the web, so we went over on Wednesday and it was closed. We came back today at 10am, it was closed. No information on their door. Just said "come by later." Got their brochure. No date/time information. Called the main number and it went to someone's voice mail. We went back at noon and it was open but no tours until 1. We've now spent our whole morning just trying to find out when to come in. Very frustrating indeed. Sure it's worthwhile, but is it really too much trouble to put your hours on the door?
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A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
admission to the house is approximately $10 for adults. there is a senior, child, and aaa discounts. the house was built by the famous son and father archecture team james and james jr. gallier. the house built in the typical french quarter style was there special trademark. very interesting history.
A Zagat User
reviewed 8 years ago
tulane university has taken over the management of this exquisitely detailed and maintained home of important architect james gallier- three different "dressings" of the house- summer, christmastime and another make it just like old times. parking is free and very rare for the area.
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
"view historic life in new orleans in 1800's this home is dressed for the seasons, summertime and christmas are especially good to see as nowhere else really did seasonal ""dress"" of the houses like this is on display! tulane univ. has an interest n the house so the funds are there to keep the programs they offer alive! kids have summer programs, teas, private events, i believe are all offered."
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
the house of a well known architect, well laid out with seasonal exhibits. includes one of new orleans first indoor bathrooms, a marvel at that time.
A Zagat User
reviewed 8 years ago
james gallier was one of the premier architects in victorian era n.o., and this museum, which was his home, boasts several innovative firsts, such as running water, copper bathtubs, and skylights. informative tour guides explain what it was like to live in n.o. in the 1860's. a great gift shop, too. fun for the entire family.