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You will come to know that one of the best places to get a feel for the city’s unique identity is the Backstreet Cultural Museum. Established by Sylvester Francis, the museum will render you a plethora of things like eclectic collection of costumes, memorabilia, photographs, films and other artifacts related to African American culture along with the promptbuscharters.com

You will find the museum’s collections including elements  relating to the African American culture of New Orleans focusing on the jazz funerals, Mardi Gras Indians, and second lines parades sponsored by Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs. You cannot afford to miss its priceless artifacts of African-American culture in New Orleans, including elaborate, brightly colored suits worn by Mardi Gras Indians in previous years, and rare photos of Mardi Gras Indian “gangs” from the 1940s.

You will also get ample information of  Mardi Gras Indian and second-line events and serves as the location for some events, including the annual White Buffalo Day ceremony and procession that goes to Congo Square.

Located away in the Tremé district (about half a mile northwest of the French Quarter), the Backstreet Cultural Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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