The annual tour offers a rare glimpse into the history and architecture of Algiers Point and will feature homes, gardens, and other significant historic structures in the neighborhood. This year’s tour will showcase seven distinctive homes and gardens as well as five historically significant buildings that have been modified for businesses and community use.
Tour tickets are $13 per day in advance, $15 on the day of the event. Advance tickets can be purchased online at www.algierspoint.org or at Vine & Dine on 141 Delaronde, NOLA Potter on 240 Pelican, or Tout de Suite on 347 Verrett Street. On the day of the tour, tickets can be purchased at the registration tables located at Mount Olivet Episcopal Church on 530 Pelican or Trinity Lutheran Church at the corner of Eliza and Olivier.
Proceeds will benefit the Algiers Point Association, which is dedicated to the historic preservation of the neighborhood through support of nonprofit organizations, promotion of tourism, and improving quality of life in Algiers Point.