Historic and contemporary exhibitions of New Orleans African American Culture in the heart of Tremé.
Tremé is America’s oldest neighborhood of free people of color, and home to New Orleans most recognizable cultural legacies: creole architecture, brass bands, second line parades, Mardi Gras Indians, Voodoo, Congo Square & the origins of Jazz.
The New Orleans African American Museum is located just 3 blocks from the French Quarter, on the site of the city’s first brickyard.
Join us for a tour of the museums exhibitions and historic grounds.
1 Hour Tour (includes admission)
Learn more about the exhibitions, historic campus and free people of color
Louisiana Residents $20
Non-Louisiana Residents $35
Children (under 12) $10
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