Gallier House Museum, New Orleans Photos

Gallier House (1857) (1132 Royal St.) was designed by James Gallier, Jr., whose father designed some of the most important heritage buildings in New Orleans. This museum home is furnished to a post Civil War era.

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Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Cast iron gate of front door of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Courtyard of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Water cistern of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.
Gallier House (1857) (1132 Royal St.). New Orleans, LA. Architect: James Gallier, Jr.. On National Register.Cast iron gate of front door of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Courtyard of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Water cistern of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.
Dining room fireplace of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Dining room of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Portrait of architect James Gallier, Jr. at Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Parlor of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.
Dining room fireplace of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Dining room of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Portrait of architect James Gallier, Jr. (1827-68) at Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Parlor of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.
Parlor chandelier with stag of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Plaster moldings of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Kitchen design ahead of its time at Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Bathtub & commode ahead of its time at Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.
Parlor chandelier with stag of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Plaster moldings of Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Kitchen design ahead of its time at Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.Bathtub & commode ahead of its time at Gallier House. New Orleans, LA.

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