It has the History of New Orleans in Sculptures, many at times find festivals in the park. near the famous French Quarters.
February 8, 2020
Home of Congo Square, an open space where slaves and free people of color gathered throughout the 19th century for meetings, open markets, and the African dance and drumming celebrations that played a substantial role in the development of jazz.
November 19, 2019
Louie Armstrong used to play back here!
July 28, 2019
Congo Square and Jazz in the Park, Thursdays in Spring
August 7, 2020
The heart of history and culture in Tremé for the last 300 years. Congo Square, now encompassed by Armstrong Park, is where enslaved African Americans would gather, make music, sell goods, and visit on Sundays. Today, Armstrong Park is home to special celebrations of food, music, and culture…
“The original French market coffee stand, serving cafe au lait and hot beignets (French doughnuts) 24 hours a day, year round. This familiar New Orleans landmark has been located in the french market since 1862.”
“Port of Call is widely known for having the "best burger in town." There's usually a crowd of people waiting outside and inside it's sort of a tiki dive bar stuck in the past. Skip the menu, and order a burger and baked potato and enjoy. Also, the drinks are large and STRONG! I think it's the Monsoon or the Humma Humma that is popular...Idk...can never remember. $”
“One of the few Jazz venues you can bring children, buy your tickets online, 3 shows a night. This a beautiful historic place where greats like Louis Armstrong played. Watch the film A Tuba To Cuba to learn the full story about this special place. ”