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Southern Food & Beverage Museum General Admission

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Free Admission for Ages 11 & Under!

Fried chicken and cocktails? Now that's a museum worth checking out! Shake things up and take a bite out of history with a visit to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum. This living history and food wonderland give guests an in-depth look at the roots of Southern food culture. Admission gets you into both the food museum as well as the museums of the American Cocktail's and La Galerie de l'Absinthe, which showcases the Absinthe collection of Raymond Bordelon and the storied history of the "green fairy" itself.

Activity Highlights
  • Self-guided museum tour examining all the cultures that create the South’s culinary heritage
  • Visit The Museum of the American Cocktail and learn about the early days of absinthe
  • Don't forget to get lunch or a cocktail at the famous Toups South next door
  • General admission includes free access to SoFaB's weekend programs, classes, and tastings

Duration: 2 Hrs.

What's Included
  • Museum access to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum
  • Museum access to the Museum of the American Cocktail
  • Self-guided tour of the museums
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Camera
Restrictions
  • No service dogs allowed.
  • Children should be accompanied by an adult.
  • Must be 21 or older with valid ID to consume alcohol.
Additional information
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved.
  • The tour is held rain or shine.
  • Gratuities not included.
  • Tour does not have a maximum guest limit.
  • Kids 11 and under are free.
  • Wheelchair and handicap accessible.
  • This is a self-guided museum tour.
  • Street parking.
  • The Southern Food & Beverage Museum is open Wednesday - Monday, from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Location

1504 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70113, USA

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Southern Food & Beverage Museum General Admission

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about 3 months ago
Great cooking class offerings. I made one of their fabulous grilled cheese sandwiches in a recent virtual course. It was fantastic and my family loved the...
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Lisa T.
about 8 months ago
I have been meaning to visit for years & I finally got around to it. My first impression upon walking inside was how amazing it smelled & I know I want to...
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Rowan P.
about 8 months ago
I love food culture, so this was right up my alley. For me, it was 100 percent an ephemera museum. There were no tours, no interaction, just a bunch of...
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Jeff O.