Your house, your gardens.
Take a tour, visit the gardens, participate in a program, plan a meeting,
or give. No matter how you choose to spend time with us, you will be
inspired by history, excited to learn, and feel rejuvenated by the gardens.
TAKE A TOUR
Learn about a unique aspect of New Orleans history on a docent-led tour of the house. Garden tours are self-guided so that you may move at your own pace, and explore the beautiful 8-acre property.
Longue Vue creates and provides educational opportunities for students of all ages. We host field trips, scout programs, toddler programs, community events, and workshops for adults. Click to experience education at Longue Vue.
PLAN AN EVENT
Longue Vue is the perfect location for your next business meeting, retreat, or social gathering. Our unique setting is inspirational and rejuvenating, and will be a memorable experience for you and your guests.
Visit Longue Vue House and Gardens for our first exhibit of the Tricentennial year.
“L’dor V’dor: From Generation to Generation,” highlights the impact and contribution of Jewish women on New Orleans.
The exhibit scope is approximately 110 years from 1895 to 2005, and covers the areas of political activism in civil rights, women’s rights and public health, public spaces and recreation, child welfare, education, the arts, and post-Katrina rebuilding of the city.
The exhibit runs from February 1st, 2018 – April 29th, 2018.