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Beauregard-Keyes House

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Beauregard-Keyes House

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cindyp_nola wrote a review Dec 2020
New Orleans, Louisiana505 contributions112 helpful votes
Beauregard-Keyes Home on Chartres showcases the raised center-hall creole cottage style, built in 1826. The walled garden is beautiful. Inside is marvelous with intricate hand carved woodwork, beautiful plasterwork and furniture original to the home, Great self guided tour.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Janis P wrote a review Oct 2020
Bluffton, Ohio42 contributions35 helpful votes
We visited the BK House when it was self guided tours only. There many signs telling visitors what they are seeing but it would have been nice to hear the info from a docent. However home and furnishings are beautiful.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Katherine p wrote a review Mar 2020
Boston, Massachusetts140 contributions62 helpful votes
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Other times we had not been able to tour the house and garden as the house was being restored. Peeking into the garden was tantalizing. Happily it is now open, although they are still working on the front. We had possibly the best tour guide of any attraction ever. Robert was not just knowledgeable about the history of the house, and history in general, but brought an architect's view, and descriptions of the various eras. I grew up reading Frances Parkinson Keyes and was delighted to see her things (the typewriter, various collections),but Robert made the long history of the Beauregards, a fascinating bunch, come alive! The courtyard and large side garden are wonderful and things were starting to bloom. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Denise S wrote a review Feb 2020
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Learned so much from our knowledgeable docent. Beauregard only rented the house for 18 months - and he was a huge advocate for African American rights. Very accomplished family man. So many incorrect assumptions are often made.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dallasite2 wrote a review Feb 2020
Dallas, Texas27 contributions30 helpful votes
This historic site in the French quarter does not look interesting from the street, but the guided tour of the house and grounds teaches interesting facts about the house itself and the history of the French Quarter.Our tour guide in Riched the experience through his depth of knowledge and skill at answering our questions. I also enjoyed the gift shop at the end of the tour. I bought a small wall art piece by a local artist.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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