The Best Preserved
Examples of Architecture In
New Orleans’ French Quarter

We Invite You To Explore…

Built in 1831 by a German Jewish immigrant, Samuel Hermann, the Hermann-Grima House is one of the most significant residences in New Orleans.

Stroll Back Into History…

James Gallier Jr. was one of the most prominent architects of New Orleans in the mid-19th century. His design work found an enthusiastic audience of civic leaders, businessmen, and affluent families.

Donate to HGGHH May 2, 2017!

GiveNOLA Day is a 24-hour event hosted by the Greater New Orleans Foundation to inspire people to give generously to nonprofits making our region stronger, creating a thriving community for all. 

By donating to HGGHH you will help ensure historic preservation, restoration, and education continues at our historic French Quarter properties.


Immerse Yourself Within Two of the Oldest Homes
In New Orleans’ Historic French Quarter

Hermann-Grima and Gallier Houses Are the Perfect Gateway to Exploring One of North America’s Oldest and Most Significant Cities

Hermann-Grima House

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