Fodor's Expert Review Gallier House

French Quarter Historic Home

Irish-born James Gallier Jr. was one of the city's most famous 19th-century architects; he died in 1866, when a hurricane sank the paddle-steamer on which he was a passenger. This house, where he lived with his family, was built in 1857 and contains an excellent collection of early Victorian furnishings. During the holiday season, the entire house is filled with Christmas decorations.

Historic Home

Quick Facts

1132 Royal St.
New Orleans, Louisiana  70116, USA

504-525–5661

www.hgghh.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $15, combination ticket with Hermann-Grima House $25, Closed Wed.

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