big and bright and well maintained. It was a great stop on our walk around old New Orleans. Lots of historic references to the City and the Church. It is well worth the time to stop in.
We stopped here after a rainy walking tour. It was quite lovely and of course free! The murals on the ceiling were beautifully done. It takes 10 minutes to walk through and worth a quick stop.
This was such a beautiful cathedral and a very interesting place in which you could partially see some of the history of New Orleans in the paintings and frescos in the Cathedral. We went for Sunday mass and the mass was nice as well.
This is an honest to goodness, olde worlde style cathedral. Here. In the US. It looks over the landscape of the French Market like a trappist surveying the river. It's easy to take this as part of the landscape and fail to truly remark at the beautiful structure. This is the heart of New Orleans. The blood of the city... More
This gorgeous cathedral stands like a castle overlooking Jackson Square. It is white and regal and beautifully designed, and the interior is very lovely as well. Inside, the cathedral is quiet and serene, evoking a sense of peace to the worshippers. It is an oasis of serenity within the French Quarter.
Such a beautiful church, inside & out. I'm not even Catholic & I just had to go inside! Amazing stain glass, ceilings, photos, etc....So much to see but only limited time to do so! Only open short hours.
this cathedral is beautiful and in the center of jackson square. a wedding was scheduled for the afternoon. a great place for photographs outside. lots of jazz musicians play right in front of this location, so if you are looking for them -- this is the spot.
We visited this area one evening while walking from the French Quarter to Bourbon Street The atmosphere around the church & surrounding area was special and unique. Very beautiful, classic, and historic. Gorgeous architecture. The cathedral square takes on a different type of feeling in the evenings - lots of artists, psychics, horse & carriage rides, etc... A must walk... More
It had been a while since I last visited New Orléans, but again I was very impressed by the beauty of the Roman Catholic Cathedral. Very well maintained with beauiful wall paintings, a impressive altar: just a great palce to visit. One should read the history of the building, it too much to repeat it on this review, but you... More
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