Visit this historic landmark in New Orleans memorializing the war efforts of Andrew Jackson.
This historic landmark is located in the French Quarter section of New Orleans. It is commonly referred to by its original name: the Place d'Armes. It was built in the 1800s. After the Battle of New Orleans, it was named to memorialize the late Andrew Jackson for his contributions to the war efforts. Jackson Square is a placeholder for many films, weddings, and other events drawing photographers and media personnel. Other artists can also be found just outside the property’s fence, painting the famous facade and even offering caricatures for visitors.
You will see iconic restaurants such as the Café Du Monde and stop by famous shops and museums in the Pontalba Apartments just across the street. Carriages and streetcars can be ridden on by guests passing through the area. This beautiful building is also located right next to the Mississippi River, offering picturesque landscapes.