Also known as Le Musée de F.P.C., The Free People of Color Museum is one of the only
Also known as Le Musée de F.P.C., The Free People of Color Museum is one of the only existing art institutions dedicated to preserving the culture and history of free people of color. Founded by Dr. Dwight and Beverly McKenna, the Greek Revival-style institution, contains numerous documents, photographs, lithographs and other artifacts that take you on a historical ride from the early 1700s to the Civil Rights era to present-day New Orleans. Each room of the estate boasts period-piece architecture that compliments the vibrant heritage of a group of freed Blacks and their complex, rich history.
Visit: 2336 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119, (504) 233-0384, lemuseedefpc.com