The Beauregard-Keyes House is a National Historic Landmark built in 1826 and restored to its present condition by renowned author Frances Parkinson Keyes beginning in 1948. An outstanding example of the raised cottage, it was designed by François Correjolles, who incorporated both Creole and American features in a well-detailed residence that remains largely in original condition. As the only example of its type open to the public, the museum offers a unique educational experience to visitors and furthers the understanding of New Orleans history.
We are open for tours Monday - Saturday from 10 AM - 3 PM
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June 24 - Unique Eats and Eateries of New Orleans: An Evening with Liz Williams - Register Here
June 26 - Courtyard Calligraphy - Register Here
July 3 - Vine-Ripened Memories: The Origins of The French Market Tomato Festival - Register Here
July 10 - Bookbinding with Eugenia Uhl - Register Here
July 11 - In Concert: Cara McCool & Vance Woolf - Get Tickets Here
July 12-16 - arKIDtecture Summer Camp - Register Here
July 17 - The Built Environment of New Orleans: Master Blacksmith Darryl Reeves - Register Here