*The Board of Directors and Staff of the Memorial Hall Museum are monitoring the spread of COVID-19 closely and have made the decision to temporarily close to the public starting Tuesday March 17th until we are advised by state and city authorities that it is safe to re-open. 

We are acting in accordance with instructions from of state and local government, the CDC, the State Department of Health and local officials regarding measures to combat the spread of the virus. This decision was made to do our part to keep our visitors, staff and the community safe.

This is a rapidly changing situation and we will continue to monitor it closely. Please check our Facebook Page for any future updates.

We look forward to reopening the museum as soon as possible and welcoming back our visitors.

Confederate Memorial Hall opened its doors in New Orleans on January 8, 1891, and since that time has been commemorating the military history and heritage of the South. The museum is the oldest in Louisiana and houses one of the largest collections of Confederate memorabilia in the United States.