New Orleans Museums
The Bar at Arnaud's Restaurant in the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter. The restaurant is an almost hundred year old "institution" beloved for its fine dining and Southern hospitality. It has a hidden upstairs Mardi Gras Museum that makes it even more interesting! If you go, be sure and ask to see it!
Historic New Orleans Collection: The Historic New Orleans Collection is a publisher, research center and a museum. It is devoted to the study and conservation of the culture and history of the Gulf South Region and New Orleans. Founded in 1966 by General L. Kemper Williams and his wife for the preservation of their collection and to make it available to public.
The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge announced that President Obama has asked it if the White House can borrow one of its most treasured paintings, Rockwell’s “The Problem We All Live With,” to mark the 50th Anniversary of Ruby Bridges’s momentous walk to school, which marked the beginning of the racial integration of the William Frantz Public School in New Orleans on November 14, 1960.