The Green House Inn is located in the Lower Garden District–an ideal place to begin your New Orleans exploration. Click on the icons above to begin your discovery of the city and the amenities of the place that will take you there: The relaxed gem of The Green House Inn.
Rated one of the best historic neighborhoods in the country, The Lower Garden District is a National Historic District. Coliseum Square–not a square but an oblong park—is the anchor of the LGD, only two blocks away from the Inn. Surrounded by many historic homes, the park boasts a fountain and 200 year old live oaks. It is a favorite among dog walkers and a stroller’s paradise.
Located on Magazine Street, with its 6.5 miles of antiques shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafés, and art galleries and adjacent to the Warehouse/Arts District, The Greenhouse Inn is just two blocks from the WWII Museum, and only 12 blocks from the French Quarter. The Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center (www.mccno.com) is only seven walkable blocks away. Further afield up Magazine Street or via tree canopied St. Charles Avenue is the Garden District and Uptown. Our historic streetcars can get you all the way to Carrolton and river bend. Hop on and off en route for a self guided tour of green uptown…then jump on the streetcar again and come back to us.
Centrally located, The Green House Inn is nestled in a laid back neighborhood…with the world of New Orleans at its door.