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|1||Louisiana State University–Baton Rouge
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Address: 236 Audubon Hall, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Phone: (225) 578-7792
Email: [email protected]
New Orleans African American Museum
The “New Orleans African American Museum” is located in New Orleans in the Tremé district. Housed in a Creole mansion in the oldest surviving black community in the United States, the museum shows the history, art, and culture of African American people in the New Orleans area. The “Treme Villa” is considered to be one of the best examples of a Creole villa in town. It was built in 1828 and shows original decorative details. The heart of the museum is the exhibition “Louisiana-Congo: the Bertrand Donation”, a collection of extraordinary beadwork, masks, textiles, costumes and musical instruments.
New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
The “New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park” is a national historical park in New Orleans Tremé district near the “French Quarter”. The park was opened in 1994 to commemorate the origin and development of jazz in this area. The 16,000 m² “Jazz Park” is part of the “Louis Armstrong Park” and has a visitor center as well as a concert hall where musical events take place regularly. The heart of the park is “Preserverance Hall No. 4”, which was once a Masonic Lodge and is now considered the oldest Masonic temple in Louisiana. The “New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park” was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970’s.
New Orleans Museum of Art
The “New Orleans Museum of Art”, or “NOMA” for short, is New Orleans’ oldest art museum. It is located in the historical “City Park” and was founded in 1911 under the name “Delgado Museum of Art”. Well worth seeing is the “Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden” which is located directly behind the main building and has an impressive collection of more than 50 modern sculptures, which are located in the midst of oaks, magnolias and pine trees. The “NOMA” shows more than 40,000 exhibits, ranging from the Italian Renaissance to the modern era. There are also photographs, glass and ceramic goods, Fabergé eggs, Japanese paintings and Indian sculptures on display.
Old Louisiana State Capitol
The “Old Louisiana State Capitol” is a historic building in Baton Rouge where the Louisiana legislature once had its headquarters. The “Old State Capitol” was built in Gothic style in 1847 and is considered a true masterpiece of this architectural era. Its castle-like appearance was intentional, not only did they want it to look like a castle, but also to function like one, which is why it was also called “Louisiana Castle” or “Castle of Baton Rouge”. The “Old State Capitol” has served as the “Museum of Political History” since the 1990’s and shows the political history of Louisiana in exhibitions. The castle-like property was declared a National Historic Landmark and included on the National Register of Historic Places.