Love this park with its shade trees and history. Plenty of concerts are held here. Easy location to... 查看更多
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Love this park with its shade trees and history. Plenty of concerts are held here. Easy location to get to.
If you are familiar with the Square, it is where African slaves spent their Sundays playing music and celebrating their culture. 400 people would play, sing and dance in this square. This is one of the most important places for the development of the blues.
Walked by here at night.There was a lot of construction by here so wear some sneakers. I understand you can walk your dogs here as well but I would check for the signs to be sure.
I'm not sure if "Funky Butt" used to be a restaurant or club, but I'm writing about the public park. An easy walk from the French Quarter, be sure to go on a Sunday afternoon 3pmish to 5pm to join in on the drumcircle led...更多
Located in Louis Armstrong Park, Congo Square was the meeting place where the Africans perform, and where performances are still being held. However, nothing was going on when we were there but we were able to read the plaque and learn about its history. This...更多
Es un parque que se encuentra donde los esclavos que venían del Congo se reunían los días domingo. Hay en...更多
Maybe we arrived at the wrong tome but this square situated in Armstrong park was very empty and honestly boring.There was a plaque of "Congo square" and that was just about it... don't go out of your way...
The square is situated in the Louis Armstrong Park on the edge of the French Quarter. An easy walk from...更多
This was our "must-do" event of our first day in NOLA. Did not disappoint! We heard to drum-rhythms from approximately...更多
I was wondering again and came upon this. This was really 3 sites in 1. You have Mahalia Jackson theater...更多