Architecturally, the Marigny is known for its many styles of Creole cottages, most of which date to the 19th century

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Faubourg Marigny, New Orleans

Architecturally, the Marigny is known for its many styles of Creole cottages, most of which date to the 19th century.

Architecturally, the Marigny is known for its many styles of Creole cottages, most of which date to the 19th century. Its 'heart' is Washington Square Park (bounded by Frenchmen Street, Royal Street, Dauphine Street, and Elysian Fields Avenue). Frenchmen Street is the main nightlife district, with half a dozen live music clubs and just as many restaurants in four short blocks.


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About Faubourg Marigny

 Frenchmen St, Marigny, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

Faubourg Marigny and Nearby Sights on Map

The Old US Mint

Coins haven't been minted in New Orleans for decades, so the building is now a museum, with the minting process downstairs and the world's top exhibit on New Orleans jazz upstairs

Gallier House

Home of famous local 19th century architect

Old Ursuline Convent

Completed in 1752, open for tours

Beauregard-Keyes House

Old French Market

While souvenirs for visitors have taken over a good bit of the space at this 250+ year old market, there are still vendors selling fresh produce as in days of old

Lower Decatur Street

Right around the corner from the historic US Mint, and the French Market

New Orleans Jazz Park Visitor's Center & Headquarters

Often has live music, lectures, and gives music history related walking tours

Royal Street

Strolling Royal Street by day is as essential a New Orleans experience as Bourbon Street by night

Backstreet Museum

Costumes of 'Mardi Gras Indians' and other artifacts of Tremé culture

Madame John's Legacy

18th century Creole home