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Pitot House


"A Building With History"

This typical West Indies-style plantation home, restored and furnished with early 19th century Louisiana and American antiques, dates back to 1799, when it became the home of James Pitot, the first mayor of incorporated New Orleans. It is near city park and is a short cab ride from The French Quarter. You may tour this historic New Orleans landmark.
1440 Moss Street, New Orleans, LA, United States, 70119
"A Building With History"
This typical West Indies-style plantation home, restored and furnished with early 19th century Louisiana and American antiques, dates back to 1799, when it became the home of James Pitot, the first mayor of incorporated New Orleans. It is near city park and is a short cab ride from The French Quarter. You may tour this historic New Orleans landmark.
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