Longue Vue, a National Historic Landmark, is an 8-acre Country Place Era estate in New Orleans featuring a Classical Revival house and 14 garden "rooms", including an interactive children's garden. Come learn the rich history of Longue Vue's creators, noted philanthropists Edgar and Edith Stern.
Longue Vue's permanent collection includes fine arts, decorative arts, and gardens. The fine art collection includes works by Picasso, Kandinsky, and Vasarely. The gardens are designed as living sculpture rooms. The Changing Art Gallery features rotating exhibits that reflect the character of the permanent collection.
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