I stumbled upon this park by accident, where there are the most wonderful statues and tributes to Louis Armstrong and other musicians, as well as a beautiful lake and Mahaliya Jackson Performing Arts Theater. Really a gem in the park, worth a visit.
The hotel where you stay is next to this park and walked through it to the French Quarter. The highlight of the park is the statues of the ancestors of jazz, and the other artworks are also around jazz, a bit historical.
To commemorate the small and exquisite park built by a master, there are many statues and delicate trims. It has a taste of an oriental garden, but it is more natural than an oriental garden. I like it
Statues and artworks can be eaten in this park. Because it is an open park, there will be homeless people and some garbage left on the side of the road. You can see wild ducks and squirrels in the park. In short, it is a good park, but don't come at night because it feels unsafe.
This is a beautiful park with nice sculptures. This is a quiet place that reminds you of Jazz Calm's many pasts. I am a fan of Louis Armstrong for a lifetime.
Since 1998, in the 12.75 hectares of Louis Armstrong Park in New Orleans, Louisiana, the marker-recapture technique has been used to study all the subterranean termites found in Taiwan.