When is your visitor center open?
Our visitor center is open 6 days a week, 9:00 am till 5:00 PM, Tuesday through Sunday, closed Monday.
Where is the visitor center located?
Our visitor center is located at 916 N. Peters Street. Find a map here.
What can I see and do at your park?
Currently our "park" is located in one building in New Orleans French Quarter. The visitor center holds a performance area, exhibit space, information desk and bookstore. We have exhibits on display during business hours and also schedule special ranger programs and live music performances, see our schedule of events.
When will the park relocate to Armstrong Park?
The park will reopen Perseverance Hall in Louis Armstrong Park on Saturday, June 18th. Perseverance Hall will remain open on Saturdays only, from 9:00 - 5:00 p.m., and will be the new home for the Saturday morning kid's workshop, Music For All Ages. The park also has a ranger contact station, as a result of a partnership with the Louisiana State Museum, in the Old U.S. Mint. The Old U.S. Mint will be home to a jazz museum and performance theatre as well as a flagship location for the New Orleans Jazz NHP.
Does the park offer tours?
The park offer 2 separate self guided jazz history walking tours, complete with audio narration and brochures which are available at the visitor center or the park homepage.
How can I obtain an America The Beautiful Senior Pass or Access Pass (Formerly the Golden Age Pass)
America The Beautiful Senior Passes and Access Passes can be obtained at the park visitor center located at 916 N. Peters Street in the French Market, during regular park hours. For more information about the America The Beautiful pass program, click here.