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The Hermann–Grima House is a historic house museum in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. The meticulously-restored home reflects the "Golden Age" of New Orleans. It is a handsome Federal-style mansion with courtyard garden, built in 1831. It has the only extant horse stable and 1830s open-hearth kitchen in the French Quarter.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
Beautiful house. Great history. Guides are knowledgeable and engaging. Had a blast learning about the Hermann and Grima families who once called it home.
Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Very cool historical home full of furnishings from the time period. Worth a stop if you like to see how people used to live.
If you love historical home tours from the early 1800's to mid 1850's, you will want to add this to your list of things to see.
Michael was our tour guide and provided a great deal of information in an easily understandable manner. He was obviously well informed and enjoyed telling us about this interesting family and house.
Great tour of a beautifully restored home!
We came here for a wedding and LOVED everything about this hotel! It was so beautiful and full of character. The staff were so nice in helping us out and keeping us in line. I'd definer recommend this place to anyone and everyone.
The state of LA does a GREAT JOB with the museums they maintain. Very nice. NARM participant - take advantage of this super program.
They offer a guided tour starting on the hour, group size is only 3-7 people per tour. Very intimate knowledge of the family history, the guide spoke of them as if she were speaking about her own family. The passion she had for the topics was beautiful and inspiring. You'll get to see period correct pieces throughout the estate, and about 40% is actually original to the family. Walking from room to room you start to get a sense of what it might of been like living in the 1800s, as the enslaved and the super wealthy. Very emotional. They've done a great job preserving and presenting the authenticity of the house and it's history. If you're visiting New Orleans, it's absolutely worth the time and money. Entire tour took about 50 minutes and ended in a cute gift shop!
Beuatiful restoration of this ante bellum mansion