The McKendrick-Breaux House is situated on historic Magazine Street in New Orleans’ Lower Garden District, world renowned for its antique stores, art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. Named the “hippest neighborhood in North America” by Utne Reader magazine, the Lower Garden District is a gentrified area brimming with the best of New Orleans.

Sip a frothy cappuccino at the Rue de la Course coffeehouse, shop for beautiful lingerie and baubles at House of Lounge, check out funky folk art at Simone of New Orleans, go antiquing at Bush Antiques, or treat him to the perfect shave and fine men’s grooming products at Aidan Gill For Men. There’s so much this neighborhood has to offer – within minutes of walking to Coliseum Square, you’re surrounded by centuries-old Live Oak trees and some of the city’s most beautiful homes.

Just minutes from the central business district, the French Quarter, Audubon Park, and the city’s most popular activities, restaurants and music venues, the McKendrick-Breaux House is also within a few blocks of the St. Charles streetcar line and the Morial Convention Center.

Though you won’t need a car unless you’re planning a side trip outside of the city, we do offer limited, secured off-street parking at no additional charge.