Hermann-Grima House in New Orleans, LA

820 St. Louis St. New Orleans, LA 70112
The Hermann-Grima Historic House is a Federal Mansion nestled in the heart of the'>French Quarter of New Orleans. The home was underwent extensive restoration and is now being preserved by The Woman's Exchange. A tour of this home will allow visitors a look into the 19th century of New Orleans.


The Hermann-Grima house is a great way to learn some of the culture and history of the popular French Quarter in New Orleans. A tour of this historic home will walk visitors through the inside and outside of the property, the courtyard, and the slave quarters. The home is furnished with original pieces and replicas from the 19th century which gives the space an authentic look and feel. Many of the items inside the home were even owned by either the Hermann or Grima families.

The home and slave quarters were built in 1831 by Samuel Hermann. He immigrated from Germany to New Orleans in 1810. Samuel was a wealthy man who owned a cotton business. The home was designed for luxury, while the slave quarters were designed for those who worked on and around the property. Around 1844 Samuel lost the house and it was purchased by Judge Felix Grima. The home was occupied by members of the Grima family until 1921.

The Hermann-Grima House is a beautifully preserved Federalist style mansion in the French Quarter. The house has a long history and some even believe it's haunted. The French Quarter is home to many fun and interesting sights and destinations, there are restaurants with local specialties and even more historic places like the Gallier home close by. Be sure to visit!

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