While driving around New Orleans, one of the must stops is the St. Louis Cathedral. It is the oldest one in the United States and holds a lot of history. Go check it out.
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It's the cornerstone of Jackson Square, in the French Quarter. Ride the tram from your hotel and save the expensive parking in the area. Beautiful building with a docent who will show you around for free. Much history. The Cabildo and Presbytere are on either...More
this is a beautiful cathedral, We attended mass there Sunday, were impressed with the entire mass, well worth a stop just to walk around the interior. Very impressive from the out side as well as the inside.
St Louis is a very important part of New Orleans, located in Jackson Square the Cathedral make a tremendous backdrop for photos of a Jackson Square. Once inside the ceiling fresco's and the stained glass windows are treasures. The catholic Cathedral played a significant role...More
A Lovely Cathedral almost Disney-like. A nice park facing the Cathedral and a great photo opportunity.
The church was very beautiful inside. Plenty of historical information available inside. The statues and stained glass were amazing.
Absolutely stunning! Magnificent Paintings on the ceiling and stained glass windows.. Words cannot describe. The Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis King of France is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States. In the heart of the French Quarter with Andrew Jackson statue...More