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You have to view the house only on tours which start every hour on the hour. The condition of the house is greatly in need of repair, Gen Beauregard owned it at one time but usually rented it out. A second in his class graduate...More
One of my favorite restored houses. It includes original furniture donated from the Beauregard family. Portraits line the walls of the Dining hall showing the same piece of jewelry worn differently by each generation of Beauregard women.
We were looking for something to do in the afternoon and came upon the Beauregard-Keyes House. You can only get in on the hour, so go over right before you want to tour. We had a rather large group and our docent handled everyone beautifully....More
When my husband and I planned our recent visit to New Orleans, the Beauregard-Keyes house wasn't even on our radar. We happened to walk past it on the way to Croissant D'Or, and we noticed a sign that said we could take a tour at...More
The Beauregard-Keyes House is significant and worth a tour because of its Greek Revival architecture and once was the residence of Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard and American author Frances Parkinson Keyes. It also was owned by a local grocer named Dominique Lanata, who...More
We had a great tour with the docent Rosanna (who has a special personal connection to the house). Rosanna filled the tour with a number of great additional details and highlights. The location is on the residential side of the French Quarter away from the...More
This is a hidden gem withing the FQ of NOLA! It seems very unknown as we were alone on the tour (our WIN) and the tour guide was one of the key members of the Foundation that manages this house and garden. He only had...More
We visited this house in 2017 and enjoyed thinking about ol’ General Beauregard. He had a room at the back. The high ceilings must have kept the place cool in summer. Some original or at least appropriate furniture is there, including a very interesting piano....More
Four of us toured this house recently. We were the only ones there at the time, so we had the docent to ourselves. He was very knowledgeable, knew the history of the house and the surrounding area well, and gave a great tour, lasting about...More
A small and teeming network of laissez-faire living lounged out on the balmy banks of the Mighty Mississippi, the French Quarter has long been a port of call for folks in search of a good time and a great story. Perpetually inebriated Bourbon Street runs across its midriff like a strand of cheap ribbon tied around an otherwise rather pretty and impressively well-kept vintage dress. Throughout the rest of the
Quarter, brightly colored Victorian homes and businesses, famously done up with wrought-iron features, provide a distinct and immediately recognizable backdrop for all varieties of fun. At any given moment in this historic riverside setting, some of America’s finest meals are being cooked, most potent cocktails are being mixed, and most engaging music is being performed.
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Suitable for teenagers yes! Kids? They can become restless 😬 ,bored and won't let you nor other adults enjoy the tour. Would it be suitable for children to join in a meeting ? If they extremely well behaved and can keep... More
Suitable for teenagers yes! Kids? They can become restless 😬 ,bored and won't let you nor other adults enjoy the tour. Would it be suitable for children to join in a meeting ? If they extremely well behaved and can keep quiet when told I guess it can be suitable for children too.🙈