Wow! We popped into the free piano concert on Tuesday at the 3rd floor at The Mint (right at the end of the French Market). Richard Scott was playing and he was phenomenal! We saw him at noon. He was back with a band at 2. I wish so badly that we'd had a schedule cleared to see that, too!
This stop is difficult to find and also difficult to figure out the layout of their presentation. The entire museum in located in the same building as the mint. However, it is split up on three seperate floors. A gift shop is on the first floor. An artifact exhibit is on the second floor and the third floor holds live... 更多
This is New Orleans.To go to the jazz park and read and learn about the jazz influence is a must do part of any trip to New Orleans.We went as a part of our walk around the French Quarter.So include it in your trip.
It's kind of hidden behind the main stores on Decatur, so hidden from much of the view of police so lots of homeless and beggars were there. It could be a nice space as there is also a performance stage too
We visited this location shortly after their free Tuesday concert had begun. The great thing was since the group is made up of park rangers you can come and go as you please. We got to take part in the last half of the performance. They educated people on the instruments they played in between songs and let you come... 更多
If look in g for a taste of local culture, this is a great place to visit. Talented local musicians played a jazz concert for those in attendance. If you are looking g for a taste of local flare, this is your place.
I went by here on my last day in New Orleans and it looks beautiful. I wish I had seen it earlier so I would have gone while visiting.
The National Park Service operate a jazz related service from park rangers who also play jazz. Where else can you find a park ranger wearing his hat play a jazz tune on the piano in the ticket office. They offer free jazz history walks, well prices concerts and a small jazz museum. I recommend popping in at the beginning of... 更多
We did the free 11 am jazz walking tour and thoroughly enjoyed it. The guide played short snippets of music to add to the presentation. Then we listened to a free concert at the old mint. There were only 4 people on the tour and perhaps 20 at the concert. The old mint is a short walk from the French... 更多
Like every park managed by the National Park Service this is a must visit. We were intrigued by the idea of a park dedicated to jazz and decided to check it out. There are interesting exhibits on the history of jazz. But the piece de resistance of the park is the jazz performance. The concert is interspersed with brief introductions... 更多