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Faubourg Marigny 48th Annual Home & Garden Tour

Step inside the rich history and vibrant culture of one of New Orleans' most eclectic neighborhoods with the Faubourg Marigny Home & Garden Tour. Immerse yourself in a self-guided journey through the Marigny Rectangle. Explore nine distinctive homes selected for their historic significance and/or unique character. From meticulously restored classics to contemporary marvels, each home tells a story of preservation, innovation, and the enduring charm of Faubourg Marigny.  Join us on May 19th, 2024, from Noon to 4:00pm for an unforgettable exploration of Faubourg Marigny's architectural treasures.


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Sales have ended for the 2024 Home Tour. We hope you'll join us next year for an unforgettable journey through Faubourg Marigny's storied past and vibrant present. Become a member to stay informed.

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For sponsorship opportunities or to showcase your home next year, please contact us at HomeTour@FaubourgMarigny.org.


What to Expect:

Stunning Interiors: Experience the timeless elegance and modern sophistication of Marigny's most coveted residences.

Expertly Curated: Discover a curated selection of homes showcasing the diverse architectural styles and cultural influences of the neighborhood.

Interactive Map: Navigate your journey effortlessly with our interactive map, guiding you to each home's doorstep.

Exclusive Access: Gain rare access to homes not typically open to the public, offering a glimpse into the heart of Faubourg Marigny's historic soul.


Participating Homes in 2024 Faubourg Marigny Home and Garden Tour 


704 Marigny St.

Once a two-story corner creole store-house, this now three-story residence started life in the early 1800s, along with a handsome brick two-story detached kitchen. Recent award-winning renovations created a series of distinct living suites. Architectural features informed the development of custom millwork, finish and fixture selection, and detailing, specific to each suite. Motif enhance the appearance of the building which retains some of its original architectural configurations.


2227 Royal St.

In 1880 this lot was purchased for $575, a large sum at the time. This Italianate style townhouse, very popular in the 1880’s, was built soon after. It features a recessed entrance leading to a stair hall, double parlors to the left and a service wing leading to the rear.



2216 Royal St.

This home is an outstanding example of a Greek revival double shotgun. It was built in the 1840’s, when this style first appeared in New Orleans. Original to the home are the Greek key entrances, dentiled cornices and cast iron gallery railing and fence posts. In 1989 the floor plan was revised and a back kitchen and living room were added.

Learn more about this home.


2318 Royal St.

This late nineteenth century, bayed cottage features a gable with triple windows, a wide variety of shapes and forms on the façade, box columns, and an inviting recessed entrance. An ancient oak in the back enhances the charm of this amazing home.



619 Mandeville St.

Built in 1968 this contemporary addition to the neighborhood is a testimony to the industry and creative spirit of the young owners. In 2021 they took it down to the studs. It became a home with happy colors, spaces evoking different moods, inviting corners and modern conveniences. The tropical yard with cabana and pool can best be seen from upstairs.



2501 Chartres St.

This 1880 home was called “The Original American Bakery” but was referred to officially as “The American Baking Company.” Throughout its 140 years, it has served many iterations, from bakery to “Charlieʼs Barbery Supply,” to residential property. Relics from its past remain today as the brick oven from its bakery days has been repurposed as a koi pond. Living history, in full Technicolor, makes "The Marigny Stoop" one of a kind.



2606 Royal St.

“The House of Sirens” as named by the owner, is a two-and-one-half story gabled, creole townhouse, c. 1836. It is without a hallway, but with stairs at the rear to each level, a true product of creole traditions. The colors throughout are inspired by the owner’s travels to Merida, Mexico. It has original handrails, windows, doors, and cathedral pattern, wrought iron on the balcony. Plus, there is a friendly ghost!



2419A Dauphine St.

This unique residence is not just a home; it's a piece of history, a testament to the city's rich cultural heritage, and a contemporary sanctuary with a touch of vintage charm. Formerly the site of the iconic Hubig's Pie factory, this address now stands as a beacon of modern elegance amidst a backdrop of historical significance. As you step into 2419A Dauphine, you are greeted by an ambiance that seamlessly blends the allure of mid-century design with the unmistakable flair of New Orleans.

Learn more about this home.



Auld Sweet Olive B&B

Sweet Olive Bed & Breakfast, c.1855, was originally owned by a French Creole family. It is a Victorian style home with a grand hallway, double parlours, multiple suites and outdoor living areas. Of particular note are the incredibly special, hand frescoed murals seen throughout, depicting New Orleans at her most southern and tropical.


Thank You Volunteers and Hosts!


The Faubourg Marigny 48th Annual Home & Garden Tour is made possible by the Generosity of Our Sponsors:

Insurance Sponsor


Brochure Sponsor


Volunteer Appreciation Sponsor

Décor Sponsor


Registration Sponsor


We also Acknowledge and Thank Our Business Members!









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