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Memorial Hall Confederate Civil War Museum

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Lots of History

Its not the largest museum we were ever in. Sure had a lot of unique items . Some were one of a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
SamMiddletown
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Middletown
Impressive.

This was my second Confederate museum, the other being in Charleston. Of the two, this was the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Svensota
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Wilmette, Illinois
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929 Camp St, At St. Joseph's, New Orleans, LA 70130-3907
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All reviews jefferson davis battle flags interesting artifacts southern history great collection on display short video personal effects beautiful building history buff less than an hour gift shop well worth the visit couple of hours two hours united states rainy day
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Its not the largest museum we were ever in. Sure had a lot of unique items . Some were one of a kind items. Great history, history interests you, a must see.

Thank SamMiddletown
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was my second Confederate museum, the other being in Charleston. Of the two, this was the best. It's all on one floor, probably about 3.000 square feet. Mostly exhibits behind glass, a la early 20th century. The multitude of flags was impressive. One had...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A real gem. The building itself and its contents complement each other nicely. Worth spending several hours in, unique insight into the role of the state during the Civili War via memorabilia. Not far away from the WWII Museum. Withing walking distance from Springhill Suites.

Thank Irina I
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

For the price of a donation, spend an hour viewing rare and one-of-a-kind civil war memorabilia and the story that goes with it. Focusing on Louisiana, you'll understand the roll the State played in the uprising and how their efforts, and defeats, formed their destiny...More

Thank FinFanAtl
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

very nice little museum dwarfed by the nearby WWII Museum. Beautiful architecture and interesting displays make this a good experience to learn more about the history of New Orleans.

Thank Mel S
Reviewed October 31, 2018

Beautiful woodwork. Great little museum with rare artifacts and other civil war memorabilia. No photography though.

Thank bamachris1831
Reviewed October 22, 2018

I think the coolest thing about this museum is that most of the items on display came from the families of the soldiers who wanted their loved ones to be honored and recognized by future generations of Americans. The admission fee is reasonable.

Thank Julie B
Reviewed October 22, 2018

Nice exhibit but you must be into the civila war to attend or you will be disappointed. Gives a unique perspective on Louisianna's role in the civil war

Thank Chris W
Reviewed October 20, 2018 via mobile

There are lot of relics from the civil war. But it’s all shattered over the place. I really miss some kind of storyboard telling which guides me to the civil war and connects me with all the great relics in the museum. There is a...More

Thank jordyt117
Reviewed October 20, 2018

First hand look at actual uniforms, arms, etc. from the civil war. It really gives one a sence of the era. The younger generation should be required to tour this museum. ESPECIALLY since so many of the historical statues have been taken down by stupid...More

Thank Frank H
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Arts District / Warehouse District
Once a thriving industrial zone, today this district
is home to a buzzing arts scene with an amazing
assortment of galleries, boutiques, and studios having
moved in and set up shop throughout the disused
warehouses for which the area is so well known. Much
of the art you'll come across here is local in scope,
ownership and inspiration. However, among the many old
brick warehouses are modern structures of steel and
...More
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Jack L
July 1, 2018|
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Response from RaquelD68 | Reviewed this property |
Metered parking is available in and around the museum area as it’s a business district. We coupled our trip to the civil war museum with a visit to the National WWII museum across the street. If you plan to visit one- highly... More
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Gayle P
April 12, 2017|
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Response from gyzngalz | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on how 'into' the confederacy you are - me, not much, never have been nor will be...you have to decide how much you want to know - call and ask the staffer. He will likely have the time to discuss it with... More
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