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Degas House

18 locals recommend ·

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Kelly
Kelly
August 4, 2019
Degas House was once home to the French Impressionist Master, Edgar Degas, and is a masterpiece of history! Located directly on Esplanade, the Degas House is worthy of your attention.
Norma
Norma
August 15, 2018
A historic site. It serves brunch on weekeds.
Frances
Frances
October 30, 2016
Tour the home of Edgar Degas, one of the leading artists of the French Impressionist movement.
Isobel
Isobel
February 8, 2020
Degas House is the only home of Degas anywhere in the world that is open to the public. It is also the home of the Edgar Degas Foundation which seeks to preserve the legacy of Degas in New Orleans and provide education and cultural programming.
Rachelle
Rachelle
March 17, 2018
Right across the Street.

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Location
2306 Esplanade Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone+1 504-821-5009
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 9:00 AM