I have visited this museum, both before and after Katrina. They suffered thirty feet of flood water during Katrina, but, have recovered and, it's better than ever. I have visited a number of military museums, and, this is one of the best. Funded by the...更多
The old museum, including a number of artifacts, was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. This new facility has recently opened. There are large areas for exhibits that tell the history of the National Guard in Louisiana. They have firearms, uniforms, battle flags, a recreated World War...更多
History stared you right in the face at Jackson Barracks a
military museum and attraction rich in America's history. Modern...更多
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People focus too much on the hardships so closely associated with this well known working class neighborhood when what’s really most remarkable about the tightknit community is its indefatigable spirit of rebirth and ability to stay true to its roots. Perhaps not an ideal destination for those visitors who tend to keep well within their comfort zones when traveling or those with bucket lists filled to the brim with top
tourist attractions, the Ninth Ward is nonetheless there for those who are most keen to discover the places they encounter. But it’s not all about learning lessons when going to the Ninth Ward. With its “Living Museum” and “steamboat houses” and a long enduring dedication to preserving local culture, there’s more than enough to see and do during a daytime tour of the area.