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Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans

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  • A refreshing walk with beautiful sculptures of different monster of jazz. A good break in the middle of the festivities of Bourbon Street.
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  • If you are in town on a Sunday afternoon, visit the park and wander over to Congo Square for a bit of music and dancing. Learning about and participating in this tradition was probably one of the high...  more »
  • Live music on this Saturday, safe, friendly and free. Life doesn't get much better, folks! Having decent, dry (read: no humidity) weather made it a perfect Saturday in the park.  more »
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  • Great place. Lots of history. I just wish it were open again as a park. Utilized by the city and some private groups; one may attend an event here, but once said event is over... The gates are locked until the next event. Dubbed the Louis Armstrong Park, so named for the great New Orleans trumpeter LOUIS SATSCHMO ARMSTRONG. Historically, this was site of gatherings of slaves for celebrations & other religious events. Now used for many festivals, photo sessions & events; Armstrong Park remains and is a vital life line in the City of New Orleans.
  • Excellent park that features architectural sites, fountains and sculptures. Excellent location off of Rampart. Features bridges over the featured ponds but are not all wheel chair friendly. Lots of tree shade. The ponds may need some upkeep. Otherwise it is a pleasant place to visit in daylight hours. There may be indigent population at night in the unlit areas.
  • This is an incredibly beautiful space. I wish I could give it 5 stars but the park is getting run down. I could see through a termite hole through the floor of a wooden bridge.
  • Clean park with lots of benches and places to have a picnic. Took my dogs there several times and they loved it. There is also a pond with a bridge which is relaxing after a day in the quarter.
  • This park gets a 5 star, however NOLA should be ashamed that they have such a nice park and they let trash (alot) float in the water and the police really need to patrol. The homeless and beggars made us feel unsafe. The abandoned Municipal Bldg broke my heart! Such beauty and history totally neglected! Such a waste and shame on New Orleans!