By Heather Georgianna
"One of the most romantic and fascinating old houses" in New Orleans' French Quarter, the Beauregard-Keyes House is a "symphony of formal simplicity" (PBS).
Why we love it
- Built in 1826, this historic landmark was home to a Civil War general and famed novelist
- The "beautiful walled garden" blooms throughout the year (Fodor's)
- TripAdvisor users award it 4.5 stars
Dec. 18, 2013 - June 18, 2014; closed Sundays
1113 Chartres St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
- For $10 (reg. $20), two can tour the house and gardens through mid-June
- Take a guided tour of the house and see 200 antique dolls and 87 veilleuses on display, as well as an extensive collection of delicate fans and fascinating folk costumes
- Stroll through the garden full of seasonal flowers that bloom among the evergreens
- For $20 (reg. $40), bring a group of four -- only $5 per person
The fine print
Valid December 18, 2013 - June 18, 2014. Reservations are not required. Tours offered Monday-Saturday on the hour beginning at 10 a.m. until the last tour at 3:00 p.m. Present voucher upon arrival. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included. Please tip on the full value.
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