Video by Charlie London
ADMISSION TO THE PITOT HOUSE
| Guided tours are offered: Wednesday through Saturday, 10am to 3pm.
| last tour begins no later than 2:15pm
appointments not required
| group tours and special tours available by appointment only
closed major holidays
The Pitot House is a National Trust for Historic Preservation Partner Place. Members of the National Trust will receive a $2 discount on admission costs!
1440 Moss Street
New Orleans, LA 70119
The Louisiana Landmarks Society is a non-profit 501(C)3 preservation advocacy organization, established in 1950. With founders such as Samuel Wilson, Jr. and Martha Robinson, Landmarks rapidly defined preservation advocacy in New Orleans by leading the charge to preserve Gallier Hall in 1950 and defeat the proposed Riverfront Expressway a decade later. Today, the spirit of the organization’s founders lives on in Landmarks’ annual “New Orleans’ 9 Most Endangered” listing of at-risk historic properties. Landmarks’ preservation activities restored the c. 1799 Pitot House to its Creole West Indies colonial charm and current use as a site for preservation education.
Focusing their efforts to the New Orleans area, Landmarks’ mission is to promote historic preservation through education, advocacy and operation of the Pitot House.