NEW ORLEANS, LA - Located on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, Algiers is the second oldest neighborhood in the city. You can use a ferry to get to this calm and historic place.
Located in Belle Chasse, at 3705 Main Street, this non-profit research museum displays various collections of native species of the region. The department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tulane University administers the museum these days. The museum has six sections of collections. Although the museum is not officially open to the public, school tours and individual appointments are available. Contact (504) 394-1711 before you consider visiting the museum.
In 2000, an artist named Charles Gilliam opened the Algiers Folk Art Zone. Some of his works appreciate the heritage and culture of music in Louisiana. The museum offers workshops, guided tours, and community programs only by appointment. Fees may be included. Contact (504) 261-6231 for more information.
Named after the Animal’s famous recording in 1964, this bed and breakfast hotel is located at 335 Pelican Avenue. Many room types are available for you to reserve. Online reservation is available here. Make a call to (504) 368-1123 for more information regarding the hotel.
Learn the history of Louisiana’s delicacy at this cooking class. Each class accommodates a maximum of six students, making it more cozy and casual. You can directly ask a question and discuss things related to Louisiana culinary. Casa Pelican also has B&B for guests. For the class information, you can call (504) 210-5011
Located at 4801 General Degaulle Drive, this golf destination lies between Louisiana cypress and oaks. Lakewood Golf club offers challenging fairways and tees for your excitement. Membership is available. Contact (504) 373-5926 for more information.
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