Enter a bygone era at the Gallier House and marvel at the Victorian decorations and furnishings set within this architectural gem. Using the household inventory created following James Gallier Jr.’s death in 1868, period decorative arts were acquired to furnish the home similarly to that which the Gallier family had originally done.

Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Gallier overlook the Rococo Revival parlor furniture while upstairs authentic toys and games hold prominence in the children’s bedroom. Every detail in this home beckons to a time not so long ago when modern conveniences were taken for granted and heavily decorated interiors were standard.

Shop at The Exchange Shop

Support the historic houses by shopping through the Exchange Shop and Consignment Shop.