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Algiers Folk Art Zone and Blues Museum
207 Leboeuf St., New Orleans, LA 70114 [Map It]
(504) 261-6231

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Museum, Other Attraction

Description: Located right on Algiers Point, the Algiers Folk Art zone was opened in 2000 by self-taught artist, Charles Gillam. His work pays tribute to Louisiana's rich music heritage and culture.

Guided tours, educational workshops and community programs are available. Visit by appointment. Fees may apply.

Algiers/Canal Ferry - Algiers Terminal
1 Morgan St., New Orleans, LA 70114 [Map It]
(504) 250-9110

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Unknown

Description: Used by locals on their daily commutes, the ferry also serves as a fast, scenic way to navigate from one end of the city to the other. See why New Orleans is called the Crescent City as you make your way from the foot of Canal Street to historic Algiers Point on the West Bank. During the day you can see the legendary, muddy waters of the Mississippi. And at night, watch the city skyline sparkle in the distance. Whenever you make your journey, the ferry is a great place to get tips and recommendations from true New Orleanians.
Brechtel Memorial Park Municipal Golf Course
3700 Behrman Pl., New Orleans, LA 70114 [Map It]
(504) 362-4761

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Sporting Venue, Golf Course
English Turn
1 Clubhouse Dr., New Orleans, LA 70131 [Map It]
(504) 391-8018

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Sporting Venue, Golf Course
Lakewood Golf Club
4801 General De Gaulle Dr., New Orleans, LA 70131 [Map It]
(504) 373-5926

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Sporting Venue, Golf Course

Description: Lakewood Golf Club, the golf course that once hosted 26 New Orleans Opens, celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011. A recent multi-million dollar renovation makes Lakewood Golf Club one of the most exciting courses to play with challenging fairways, tees and greens. Nestled among beautiful Louisiana cypress and oaks, Lakewood Golf Club is one of the South's premier golf destinations.
Tulane Museum of Natural History
3705 Main St., Bldg. A-3, F. Edward Hebert Riverside Research Center, Belle Chase, LA 70037 [Map It]
(504) 394-1711

Neighborhood: Algiers/Westbank
Attraction Type/s: Museum

Description: Located in Belle Chasse, just outside the official city limits of New Orleans, the Tulane Museum of Natural History is a private, non-profit research museum which houses extensive collections of amphibians, invertebrates, fish, birds, mammals, reptiles and fossils, most of which are or were native species to the region. The Tulane Natural History Museum is not officially open to the public, but individual appointments for scholarly researchers and writers can be made, as well as arrangements for school tours of the facility.
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