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This little museum is a must for anyone who is interested in New Orleans history and culture. The place is packed with Mardi Gras Indian costumes among other memorabilia and the owner gives a great little tour. The intricacy of the beadwork on the Indian...更多
Run by everyday folks who know the history. See the beaded and feathered Chief costumes, hand-made, close up. Social club garb and much more. It's off the beaten path but I'm so glad we did not miss it.
We'd been intrigued by the Mardi Gras Indians after watching a series called 'Treme', which had a side-story about the Indians. We'd never heard of them before that so, when we went for our second trip to New Orleans, we decided to do a bit...更多
This two-room museum in the Treme lets you see outrageous Mardi Gras costumes, including amazing shoes, up close and person, with a commentary from the owner, one of his friends or his niece. It provides perspective on the African American and Native American influence on...更多
Uncle Sylvester was AWESOME. The space is small, however, every single inch has a great artifacts and story. I recommend this cultural experience if you are looking to do something off the beaten path of New Orleans. The donation or cost is $10.00. Worth every...更多
We found this little museum in our Frommer's guide and took a chance on it not knowing what to expect. It is located in a house in a residential area a few blocks off a main street. You have to look for the address on...更多
The host was informative when you asked him questions. it was interesting to learn about the Mardi Gras Indian costumes and other social clubs of the neighborhood, from the perspective of the photographer. the Mardi Gras Indian costumes were very impressive...given the detail and work...更多