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Southern Food and Beverage Museum

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Southern Food and Beverage Museum
Southern Food and Beverage Museum
Southern Food and Beverage Museum
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    Only on the All-Inclusive Pass

    This attraction is available on the All-Inclusive Pass, but not the Explorer Pass.

What you'll do

Taste classic southern cuisine at this food and beverage museum.

Visit the Southern Food and Beverage Museum with Go City®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Browse exhibits covering the origin stories of iconic Southern dishes, American cocktails, and household brands.
  • Drink at the oldest operating bar in the city (the 1850s).

If you're a foodie, your taste buds won't forgive you if you miss a trip to the Southern Food and Beverage Museum. You'll learn everything there is to know about southern cuisine and its cultural influences - from cooking techniques to cultural influences and cocktails. Steeped in nostalgia, the unique exhibits cover everything from cocktails and comfort foods to old-school recipes and fast food chains.

Southern Food and Beverage Museum highlights

Gallery of the South - States of Taste – learn about the local dishes and foodways of each Southern state.
La Galerie de l'Absinthe – the largest collection of Absinthe artifacts in America.
Museum of the American Cocktail – a cocktail timeline spanning 1750-1990 with accompanying artifacts.
The Brunswick Bar – have a drink at the oldest physically operating bar in the city, which came to the museum from Bruning's Restaurant, but was originally made by Brunswick, before they focused on pool tables and bowling lanes. Hands-on cooking classes for kids and adults are available for additional purchase on their website southernfood.org

Did you know

  • The Sazerac was America's First Cocktail, created in New Orleans in 1838 by Antoine Peychaud who named it for his favorite French brandy, Sazerac-de-Forge.
  • The tradition of Red Beans and Rice still appears on most menus and in many homes every Monday due to the tradition of 'wash day' where women would leave the beans out to cook all Monday while they did the laundry.|

Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Southern Food and Beverage Museum tickets, plus admission to dozens of top New Orleans attractions for one money-saving price.

Experience Southern Food and Beverage Museum and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Know before you go

Getting in: present your pass for scanning at the ticket window for entry to the museum.

For more information, please visit the Southern Food and Beverage Museum website.

Southern Food and Beverage Museum ticket help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Thursday - Monday: 11AM - 5PM

Closings & holidays

Closed Tuesday, Wednesday and all major holidays.

Visit the website for up-to-date closings. 

Southern Food and Beverage Museum

(504) 569-0405

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Free cancellation

Plans can change, we get it. All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days from your purchase date.

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