Basin St. Station has parking for 20 minutes and that is really all one would need to visit here. It is a cute place focusing on the history of trains and streetcars in NOLA. They have restrooms open to the public and a gift shop....More
About Basin St. Station
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A great place to get information on the city. Lots of free parking at the station. You can take tours from here of the city and the St. Louis #1 Cemetery, which is in the next block. They also have a great gift shop.
Very knowledgeable and helpful staff. Also a great place to buy your souvenirs and find some nice historical books. And don't forget to grab an inexpensive umbrella or rainwear for those unpredictable NOLA showers. Very clean😊
My family and I were in New Orleans and wanted to do some tours, but we were completely lost on how to go about it. Madison here at the Tourist Information Center helped us out a lot. She was wonderfully sweet and very helpful and...More
During one of our tours this was a 15-min rest stop, and at first we weren't going to go inside but so glad we did, the old-time feel and glared throughout the restored train station was remarkable, I would highly recommend everyone to stop in...More
Popped in with an out of town guest. Enjoyed the maps and artwork. Would stay longer next time. I did not check out the rest rooms.
First the parking across the street is five dollars for the day with pick up before 6 PM. Walk down Louis Street and you are on Decatur Street. At Basin Street Station the staff is there to give info to help you enjoy the French...More
This was one of the best facilities that is designed to showcase one of it's many historic sites. Super clean restrooms, friendly and helpful travel guides and a exceptional display of the past. The station is a tribute to the foresight of the city fathers.