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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

Jackson Square

Location: Bound by Chartres Street & St. Ann Street, Decatur Street & St. Peter Street

Size: 2.5 acres

Historic Landmark: Yes, National Historic Landmark # 66000375

Playgrounds: No 

Hours: 7 days a week, 8am-6pm in the winter, 8am-7pm during Daylight Savings Time

Additional Information: Set in the heart of the French Quarter overlooking the Mississippi River, Jackson Square is one of New Orleans' most recognizable landmarks. Also known as the Place d'Armes, Jackson Square occupies 2.5 acres and sees over 2 million tourists and locals each year. It received National Landmark status in 1960.  In 2012 it was chosen by the American Planning Association as one of its “Great Places in America” for beauty, accessibility and being a “place where people want to be.”

Having hosted over 300 weddings in 2012, Jackson Square is one of Parks and Parkways' most popular spaces for a wedding and staging formal photography sessions

Events in Jackson Square

Jackson Square is one of Parks and Parkways most popular spaces to film, stage photography sessions or have a wedding. Click here for Guidelines For Weddings/Events in Jackson Square, including required permits.


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Last updated: 1/5/2017 11:46:08 AM

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