The Gallier House is a Creole Townhouse (ca. 1857) designed by and built for Irishman and New Orleans architect James (Gallagher) Gallier Jr. The home, restored to reflect the original period, gives a glimpse into the life of a prominent New Orleans family. Mid-19th century furnishings, innovative household features (hot & cold running water, indoor kitchen) and intricate interior make this an important part of New Orleans history. Limited tour dates, check the museum website for details.