Le Musee de f.p.c.
Le Musee de f.p.c.
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AspiringVagab0nd
Orlando, Floride9 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2024 • En couple
Highly recommend. One of our favorite stops in NOLA. If you love history this is a must stop. Guided tour right at an hour. Only downfall was wanted more time,
Écrit le 20 mars 2024
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Jim P
Chicago, IL296 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2024 • En couple
Briefly and to the point -- do not miss this small private museum.
A couple miles outside the French Quarter, up the architecturally distinctive Esplanade Avenue -- open by appointment for a well-organized tour, exploring the complex history of the Free People of Color -- a defining sector of the complex population of this complex city.
Écrit le 9 mars 2024
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momofour
St. Paul, MN99 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2024 • Entre amis
Excellent overview of the history of FPC and slaves in New Orleans. Enlightening and heartbreaking to learn of the unjust laws and rules under which they lived. Presented by both a guide and an actor portraying a Free Person of Color from the past. Worth a visit!
Écrit le 10 janvier 2024
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Lucy
Boston, MA12 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2021 • Entre amis
Le Muse de f.b.c. curates such an authentic experience that centers Black history in New Orleans unlike any other place I’ve been to. I walked away knowing and appreciating the city and it’s culture so much more. Make sure to book an appointment ahead of time as all tours must be scheduled.
Écrit le 29 juin 2021
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bobca1947
home661 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2020
This museum is located in a beautiful old house. It celebrates the lives, legacies, and contributions of men and women of African descent who have left an indelible mark on New Orleans, Louisiana and the nation. This institution is dedicated to the collection,
preservation,m and interpretation of material culture; sharing the rich and impactful history of free people prior to the Civil War. Kim--the curator historian and tour leader--gave an excellent presentation.
Écrit le 21 février 2020
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Maurice B
Washington DC86 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2020
My wife and I visited Le Musée de f.p.c. on February 5. Our guide, Kim, reminded me of some of my favorite college professors who could start right on time, talk without looking at a note, and finish exactly at the end of the period. The time was filled with stories, facts, figures, and analysis. My guess is most who visit this museum know little of the history of Free People of Color in New Orleans. Kim made me curious to learn more. Fortunately, there are a number of books on this subject for sale in the museum. Well worth a visit.
Écrit le 9 février 2020
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TheeTeeBo
3 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2019
I'm not sure why there aren't more reviews, but Le Musee de f.p.c. is really a must when in New Orleans. As an anthropologist the history and evolution of a place is very important to me. Understanding how a space has grown into it's present existence can only be understood by looking into it's past. During the tour Kim's knowledge of the aforementioned points was astounding. Not only did she explain the trajectory of when New Orleans was established and why, but she also highlighted the complications of identity that still exist. Her ability to provide mathematical calculations was to be admired. I learned so much in a short amount of time and am grateful to have been able to learn from Kim.
Écrit le 18 novembre 2019
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Zack S
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvanie53 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2019
La Musee de f.p.c. had been on my list for a while, and we finally made it during our most recent visit to New Orleans. It has quickly become one of my favorite museum/history experiences in my 17 or so visits to the city.

Visits are by appointment only, so be sure to book in advance. The museum is a quick ride from the Quarter - you can catch the 91 bus line stops right in front.

Curator and historian Kim was our guide; her passion and extensive knowledge of this history made for a thoroughly enriching experience that I would recommend everyone experience. She has clearly done a great deal of historical research in this area, and she presents it in a way that is engaging but by no means superficial. We couldn't have asked for a better guide.

Just by chance, we arrived a bit early. In hindsight, I'm glad this was the case, as the tour is not a tour in the traditional sense; while the house is filled with compelling artifacts and period furniture, the vast majority of these items are not integral to the tour itself. That is, you would do well to take some time on your own to take in the artifacts before or after the tour. The staff did let the group hang back a while to explore after the tour, which we also appreciated. For the latter part of the tour and the time following, we were joined by another staff member who was also excellent - informative, warm, and again - passionate about the work.

The previous reviews that call this a must-see in New Orleans are spot on. I strongly recommend a visit.
Écrit le 24 août 2019
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Suzie071872
Oak Ridge, TN32 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2019 • Entre amis
I am a group leader that brought 47 people to this location. This history is exceptional. The staff tells a story that will take you back to a time that the history books forgot. I would highly recommend a visit. It is definitely worth your time!
Écrit le 13 juillet 2019
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smiles4hisglory
Hampton, Virginia60 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2019 • En couple
As an educated African American educator, I learned some things I feel I needed to know. First and foremost I had never heard of de f.p.c. as in Free People of Color prior to coming to New Orleans. No one had ever shared with me the history of how even in the 1700’s money still didn’t mean you’d be treated any better if you happened to be a person of color even with education and ownership of property. I was even reminded that the Catholic Church even treated African Americans as inferior with their knowledge of the Bible. I’m grateful to have had an opportunity to learn more about my history as a person of color. I would love for more children of color to learn about their ancestors who never experienced life as a a slave as well as the contributions many of them made. It was well worth my time.
Écrit le 13 juin 2019
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