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The Backstreet Cultural Museum is a pillar in the Tremé...
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1116 Henriette Delille Street. New Orleans, LA 70116....
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MUSEUM FOUNDER . Sylvester Francis founded the Backstreet...
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The Backstreet Cultural Museum wasn't on our list of historical sites or places to see during our visit to New Orleans. And I had done some extensive research on the must-see attractions. But, while v...
- 1116 Henriette Delille St, New Orleans, 70116-2330, Louisiana
Located in the Treme section, the oldest African-American neighborhood in the United States, is the Backstreet Cultural Museum where visitors find an amazing assortment of memorabilia indigenous to Mardi Gras, jazz funerals and other traditions found only in New Orleans.
- 1116 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, 70116
- (504) 522-4806
Jul 22, 2020 · The Backstreet Cultural Museum features a collection of films and videos, photographs, obituary records, and memorabilia from jazz funerals in New Orleans of the last thirty years.
The Backstreet Cultural Museum is a small museum in Treme which includes stunning Mardi Gras costumes, photos and videos. The costumes are definitely the highlight. The museum doesn't take long to peruse through, so even 10 minutes will be worth it.
- (504) 657-6700
Museum The museum's collections include objects relating to the African American culture of New Orleans with a special emphasis on jazz funerals , Mardi Gras Indians , and second lines parades sponsored by Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs .
This small museum in Treme will show you some New Orleans that tourists don’t usually see. It displays the art and culture of the Mardi Gras Indians as well as Jazz Funerals and Social Aid Organizations.
- 1116 Henriette Delille St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116-2330
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Sep 01, 2020 · Francis, the founder of the small but highly respected Backstreet Cultural Museum that features an array of exhibits from various aspects of African American culture in New Orleans neighborhoods ...