New Orleans African American Museum, 1418 Governor Nicholls Street in the Treme (open Wednesday – Saturday), this would be a great time to visit. It’s an exquisite piece of property; lovingly maintained by a small staff made up largely of volunteers. It’s also a very personal and humbling experience to walk through their exhibit which chronicles the rich African American history here in New Orleans including slavery days and also sings the praises of those who fought against slavery and the slaves who were able to set themselves free. Between the history, the exhibits, and the scenery – this museum is a homerun. They’re celebrating the Treme’s 200th anniversary this month. We strongly urge you to consider making a stop here – be prepared to be moved.New Orleans African American Museum]]