Left to Right: WWI Doughboy Statue, Andrew Jackson, Margaret Haughery, George Washington


Below are the monuments in the New Orleans area organized by location. Take a look at some of the great monuments we have around town!


Celtic Cross

Mother Cabrini

Superintendent of Parkways

Wedell Monument

Edward Wisner Monument

Dueling Oaks

FDR Mall Eagle Posts

WPA markers 

Lin Emery



WWI-Cox Brothers

WWI-American Legion

Allard Marker

Mid City


Gayarre Place Monument

Comiskey Flagpole

General Owen

General Pike

Katrina Memorial

Galvez Marker

Jose Marti

Simon Bolivar Marker

1840s Railroad Marker

WWII Obelisk

Garden District/Uptown 

Palmer Park War Memorial

John Audubon

Buffalo Soldiers

Edmund Burke

Jefferson Davis #2

Kiwanis Club Marker

Margaret Haughery

M.L. King

N.O. Academy Marker

Professor LongHair

Samuel Glimore

Samuel Lowenberg

Sophie Wright

Town of Carrollton

WWI Memorial Flagpole

Zacharie Sundial

Central Business District

Benjamin Franklin

Brooke Duncan

Cancer Survivors

City Hall Markers

Cuban Liberation

de Lesseps Morrison 

Bernardo de Galvez

1880 Geodetic Survey Marker

George Washington

Henry Clay

Jefferson Hwy Obelisk

Louis Kossuth

John McKeithen

Molly Marine

Patrick Taylor

Plaza d’Italia

Reverend Alexander

Sam Houston

Spanish American War Soldier

Vietnam Soldiers Memorial

Winston Churchill

Women of the Military

World Expo ’84

WWI Soldier

French Quarter

Andrew Jackson

Benito Juarez


Carmelite Monastery

De Gaulle Visit

Henriette Delille

French Market #1 and #2

French Seaman

General Morazan


Jackson Square Plaques 

Jean d’Arc

Justice White

Louis Armstrong #1

Pope John Paul II #1 and #2

Samuel Woldenberg #1 and #2

Simon Bolivar #2

South Vietnam War Soldiers


Railroad Memorial

Lower Ninth Ward

Victory Arch

Ninth Ward

Katrina Memorial


Courthouse Plaque

Capt. J. Dulcich

Barthelemy Duverje

Father Larkin

Holy Name Church

Charles Hughes Sundial

Louis Armstrong #2

SS Jerry Ford

War Memorial

Victory Arch

The arch is the oldest WWI monument in the nation. Following the end of the Great World War (WWI) the citizens of the Ninth Ward of New Orleans erected a “Victory Arch.” The carved stone arch, reminiscent of the ancient triumphal arches of the Roman Empire, was originally located in the center of McCarty Square, bounded by Alvar, N. Rampart, Pauline and Burgundy Streets. In 1951 it was moved to the edge of the square near Burgundy Street, where it remains today. A 1919 newspaper article tells the story of the monument.

Cleaning with care

Our team of volunteers use the proper materials and tools to clean each monument’s unique surface. We use National Park Service methods and products for all of our cleaning projects.

Winston Churchill

The 9-foot-tall statue of Sir Winston Churchill sits at the location between Hilton New Orleans Riverside and the World Trade Center.  It was unveiled in 1977, soon after the Hilton opened. The traffic circle there was dedicated as British Plaza.  Both the statue and plaza were gifts of the hotel’s developers, including James Coleman, Jr., honorary British Consul for Louisiana at the time.