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Please note each partner's specific instructions for using the Experience Pass when making your reservation.

Reserve a pass below and present the pass confirmation to the partner organization on the date you've selected.

If you need assistance or if you need to cancel a pass, please call (504) 838-1190 or ask for assistance online (beyondbooks@jplibrary.net).

Experience Pass Policy

  • Passes are only valid for ADULT Jefferson Parish Library cardholders who reside in Jefferson Parish. Passes are not valid for those with a temporary library card or cardholders from any other parish.
  • Passes may be reserved by library patrons online, in person, or by phone.
  • Passes may be reserved library patrons no more than once per month per partner organization.
  • Passes are only valid for the date displayed on the pass confirmation.
  • Multiple passes may not be reserved for the same day.
  • Passes can be cancelled by contacting the library via beyondbooks@jplibrary.net.
  • Printed or digital pass confirmations will be accepted for entry.
  • Jefferson Parish Library card will not be accepted for entry.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have a photo ID ready at check-in for your visit.
  • Passes may not be exchanged, transferred, or refunded.
  • Attempts to duplicate, alter, or sell passes will result in denied admittance.
  • Neither the partner organization nor the Jefferson Parish Library is responsible for unauthorized duplication, lost, or stolen passes.
  • All partner organizations reserve the right to refuse entry to any pass holder.

Saturday February 24, 2024

This pass provides free admission ticket for 1 adult or child.

Reserve a pass for the date of the performance. Once the pass is reserved, patron will receive an email from JPAS to receive a seat assignment. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation at check-in.

Willy Wonka Jr.: February 23 at 7:30pm; February 24 at 2:00pm; February 24 at 7:30pm; and February 25 at 2:00pm.

  • Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.
  • Pass is valid for one performance only, on the date reserved.
  • For JPAS information, visit the website here.
  • Please note: Children's library cards can be used to reserve a  ticket for this event.

   

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Library pass provides admission for up to 8 people to the "New Orleans Mosaic: Tour of the French Quarter History Galleries" guided tour for your chosen date at 11:30 am ONLY. Admission to THNOC's history galleries is always free.

Please note: Patrons must visit THNOC's ticketing web page to select an 11:30 am tour. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the collection. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • The current guided tour is "New Orleans Mosaic: Tour of the French Quarter History Galleries." Join us for a 35-minute guided tour of our French Quarter History Galleries, featuring historic objects and images from the Historic New Orleans Collection's holidings that explore more than 300 years of French Quarter history. From fascinating stories about immigrant communities, artists, and musicians, to the city's complex legacies of slavery and civil rights, immerse yourself in the many facets of New Orleans's oldest neighborhood.
  • Tours are offered Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 11:30 AM. Patrons should use this link and enter the promo code JEFFLIBRARY to make Experience Pass reservations for the "New Orleans Mosaic" tour.
  • A tour pass can be reserved up to 30 days in advance of the requested check-out date.
  • Pass is valid for one visit only on the date reserved.
  • THNOC's 520 Royal Street campus is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Holiday exceptions can be found at hnoc.org/hours.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC) is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to the stewardship of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South. Founded in 1966 through the estates of General L. Kemper Williams and Mrs. Leila Moore Williams, THNOC has helped local residents and visiting tourists better understand the multicultural history of the region through thought-provoking exhibitions; original books, periodicals, and articles; and its public research center. In addition, it offers a robust programming schedule and an extensive array of educational resources for teachers and students of all levels. As a publisher, THNOC produces award-winning original books exploring the history, art, music, culture, and decorative arts of the region. Our magazine, the Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly, surveys the region’s history as it relates to THNOC's projects and programs. In observance of our founders' request to make historical resources available to all, museum admission is free.

   

Sunday February 25, 2024

This pass provides free admission ticket for 1 adult or child.

Reserve a pass for the date of the performance. Once the pass is reserved, patron will receive an email from JPAS to receive a seat assignment. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation at check-in.

Willy Wonka Jr.: February 23 at 7:30pm; February 24 at 2:00pm; February 24 at 7:30pm; and February 25 at 2:00pm.

  • Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.
  • Pass is valid for one performance only, on the date reserved.
  • For JPAS information, visit the website here.
  • Please note: Children's library cards can be used to reserve a  ticket for this event.

   

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Library pass provides admission for up to 8 people to the "New Orleans Mosaic: Tour of the French Quarter History Galleries" guided tour for your chosen date at 11:30 am ONLY. Admission to THNOC's history galleries is always free.

Please note: Patrons must visit THNOC's ticketing web page to select an 11:30 am tour. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the collection. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • The current guided tour is "New Orleans Mosaic: Tour of the French Quarter History Galleries." Join us for a 35-minute guided tour of our French Quarter History Galleries, featuring historic objects and images from the Historic New Orleans Collection's holidings that explore more than 300 years of French Quarter history. From fascinating stories about immigrant communities, artists, and musicians, to the city's complex legacies of slavery and civil rights, immerse yourself in the many facets of New Orleans's oldest neighborhood.
  • Tours are offered Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 11:30 AM. Patrons should use this link and enter the promo code JEFFLIBRARY to make Experience Pass reservations for the "New Orleans Mosaic" tour.
  • A tour pass can be reserved up to 30 days in advance of the requested check-out date.
  • Pass is valid for one visit only on the date reserved.
  • THNOC's 520 Royal Street campus is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Holiday exceptions can be found at hnoc.org/hours.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC) is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to the stewardship of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South. Founded in 1966 through the estates of General L. Kemper Williams and Mrs. Leila Moore Williams, THNOC has helped local residents and visiting tourists better understand the multicultural history of the region through thought-provoking exhibitions; original books, periodicals, and articles; and its public research center. In addition, it offers a robust programming schedule and an extensive array of educational resources for teachers and students of all levels. As a publisher, THNOC produces award-winning original books exploring the history, art, music, culture, and decorative arts of the region. Our magazine, the Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly, surveys the region’s history as it relates to THNOC's projects and programs. In observance of our founders' request to make historical resources available to all, museum admission is free.

   

Monday February 26, 2024

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Tuesday February 27, 2024

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Wednesday February 28, 2024

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Thursday February 29, 2024

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Friday March 1, 2024

Library pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children (under age 18). Adults aged 17 and older must accompany a group of children 16 years of age and younger. All admission tickets are timed and are on a first come, first served basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with a digital or printed confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Each pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Experience Pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.
  • Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience is included with each museum visit.
  • Other exhibits and experiences may require an additional fee.
  • The patron named on the pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in.
  • The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday: 9am to 5pm.
  • The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

   

This pass provides free entry to the museum for 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18). Not valid for special exhibitions. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the museum. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • Pass is valid for one visit, only on the date reserved.
  • The Pontchartrain Conservancy/New Canal Lighthouse Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

   

Library pass provides admission for up to 8 people to the "New Orleans Mosaic: Tour of the French Quarter History Galleries" guided tour for your chosen date at 11:30 am ONLY. Admission to THNOC's history galleries is always free.

Please note: Patrons must visit THNOC's ticketing web page to select an 11:30 am tour. The library cardholder named on the pass must be present to redeem the pass at the collection. In addition to your photo ID, you must present a digital or printed confirmation upon arrival. Jefferson Parish Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

  • The current guided tour is "New Orleans Mosaic: Tour of the French Quarter History Galleries." Join us for a 35-minute guided tour of our French Quarter History Galleries, featuring historic objects and images from the Historic New Orleans Collection's holidings that explore more than 300 years of French Quarter history. From fascinating stories about immigrant communities, artists, and musicians, to the city's complex legacies of slavery and civil rights, immerse yourself in the many facets of New Orleans's oldest neighborhood.
  • Tours are offered Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 11:30 AM. Patrons should use this link and enter the promo code JEFFLIBRARY to make Experience Pass reservations for the "New Orleans Mosaic" tour.
  • A tour pass can be reserved up to 30 days in advance of the requested check-out date.
  • Pass is valid for one visit only on the date reserved.
  • THNOC's 520 Royal Street campus is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Holiday exceptions can be found at hnoc.org/hours.
  • For a full list of museum guidelines, visit the website here.

The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC) is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to the stewardship of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South. Founded in 1966 through the estates of General L. Kemper Williams and Mrs. Leila Moore Williams, THNOC has helped local residents and visiting tourists better understand the multicultural history of the region through thought-provoking exhibitions; original books, periodicals, and articles; and its public research center. In addition, it offers a robust programming schedule and an extensive array of educational resources for teachers and students of all levels. As a publisher, THNOC produces award-winning original books exploring the history, art, music, culture, and decorative arts of the region. Our magazine, the Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly, surveys the region’s history as it relates to THNOC's projects and programs. In observance of our founders' request to make historical resources available to all, museum admission is free.