The imposing building that takes up the whole block of Royal Street between St. Louis and Conti streets is the Old New Orleans Court, erected in 1908. Later it became the office of the Wildlife and Fisheries agency. After years of vacancy and neglect, this magnificent edifice was restored and reopened in 2004 and is now the elegant home of the Louisiana Supreme Court. The public can visit the courthouse but must pass through security and cannot take photos inside.
400 Royal St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States