Ardoyne is the most elaborate and romantic-looking Gothic Revival residence surviving in Louisiana.
Art and Letters
The journal "Art and Letters" played a significant role in the development of the late-nineteenth-century New Orleans arts community.
Artists' Association of New Orleans
The Artists' Association of New Orleans, which was incorporated in 1886, promoted the appreciation of fine arts in the South in general and New Orleans in particular.
Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans
Between 1922 and 1951, the Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans worked to enrich and expand the city’s artistic heritage and served as one of its cultural centers.
Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church Cemetery
This Catholic cemetery in Donaldsonville was laid out in a grid plan shortly after the church parish was founded in 1772.
Ashland-Belle Helene Plantation
Perhaps more than any other plantation house, Ashland-Belle Helene epitomizes the popular image of the grand Greek Revival southern mansion.
Fronting the Mississippi River, Audubon Park is one of New Orleans' most popular attractions for both tourists and locals.
Audubon State Historic Site
During John James Audubon’s four month tenure at Oakley Plantation as tutor to Eliza Pirrie, he produced thirty-two of his bird paintings.
Located in Iberia Parish, Avery Island, the largest of five salt domes along the Louisiana coast, is the home of the McIlhenny Company, maker of Tabasco brand products for more than 140 years.
Sports & Recreation
Ben Abadie, head coach of Tulane's baseball program in the 1950s, is best known for his "field of dreams" training program.
Bois Sec Ardoin
Alfonse "Bois Sec" Ardoin was an accomplished Zydeco accordion musician.