Benachi House
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An award-winning landmark restoration, its gardens shaded by oaks and sycamores, near the French Quarter and City Park. The Benachi House is an award-winning restoration of a New Orleans Landmark, set amid generous gardens shaded by oaks and sycamores in the Esplanade Ridge Historic District, about one-half mile from the French Quarter. Consider its beauty and versatility for your wedding, reception or private party - small or large.

For more than twenty years, Benachi House & Gardens has been a leading choice of hosts seeking an authentic and creative venue for a reception, rehearsal dinner or party. The distinctly New Orleans look and feel of our historic interiors, our patios and park-like gardens have delighted visitors and locals alike. Our gallery and Beaux Arts pavilion, both at the front of the property, are beautiful ceremony settings, particularly for larger events.

The garden gazebo on the rear patio and the double parlors inside the Benachi House provide additional, more intimate choices, both also useful in the event of rain.
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read more › As much as any structure in New Orleans, the Benachi House owes its location to its situation on "high ground." Its land was once the Native American trail from the bayous to the Mississippi River. The trail became the Bayou Road during the French and Spanish occupations of the region and remains the Bayou Road of today. Over thousands of years before man inhabited these environs, silt, deposited by periodic overflow from the Mississippi River, deposited a "ridge" of land and inscribed near that ridge a maze of bayous - miscellaneous channels scoured out as the river's overflow drained into Lake Pontchartrain each Spring.

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