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McKenna Museum

A quirky personal museum, the McKenna Museum of African American Art sits a block off St. Charles Avenue in a beautifully restored 1850s Greek revival mansion that once belonged to the captain of the steamboat Natchez. Dr. Dwight McKenna’s collection of African-American art includes works by both well-known artists, like the Harlem Renaissance painter William Edward Scott and the outsider artist Clementine Hunter, as well as lesser-known New Orleans painters. The handful of stand-out pieces and a regular schedule of interesting exhibits, lectures, and concerts makes the McKenna a required stop for anyone interested in African-American culture.

Address
2003 Carondelet St. (St. Andrew St.),
Garden District
Telephone
+1 504 586 7432
Opening Times
Thu-Sat 11am-4pm.
Price
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