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Museum of the Free People of Color

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Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Official website: http://www.lemuseedefpc.com
Phone: (504) 914-5401

What people are saying:

The name of the museum is called the so-called colored people, but in fact it mainly refers to black people. Before the Civil War, there were some free blacks in the South, some were frees, and some were runaway slaves. Because New Orleans was more tolerant of blacks, they were concentrated here. The museum has a large number of files, such as free agent certificates. Educational significance is relatively great.

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  • tonkzilla


    I’m so glad we came to this museum; Kim is not simply a tour guide, she is a historian and clearly an expert in her field. She educated us about Free People of Colour before slavery became profitable;...

    Reviewed on /Date(1572061836000+0800)/
  • Irinalovestotravel
    Austin, Texas

    interesting museum

    it was an interesting museum. after having a voodoo tour and learning about lives of the slaves prior to this museum, it was fascinating to hear how slaves got their freedom and started their business...

    Reviewed on /Date(1558861814000+0800)/
  • donese2017
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    A very educational experience

    I learned about a piece of American history that I had absolutely no knowledge of. The museum was very well done, the curator presented a most interesting perspective...this museum is amazing!

    Reviewed on /Date(1554339583000+0800)/
  • Leslie C
    Leslie C
    Bloomington, Illinois

    Extensive knowledge of free people of color in South Louisiana

    The museum was phenomenal. I learned about the battle of Port Hudson fought by the free confederate soldiers of color. That's right I said free confederate soldiers that suffered heavy losses in the...

    Reviewed on /Date(1549962790000+0800)/
  • Pam W
    Pam W
    Palo Alto

    Not to be missed!

    As a lifelong student of immigration history, this museum tour offered more unique history per minute than any other immigration learning experience I’ve attended in the past 50 years. I was astounded...

    Reviewed on /Date(1547454429000+0800)/

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