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Sazerac House
Sazerac House

Check-In Challenge Prizes

Museum Month 2023

Below is a list of available prizes* for the Museum Month 2023 Check-In Challenge.
*while supplies last on all prizes.

For full Terms & Conditions, click here.

Two (2) passes to the New Orleans Museum of Art Good for any day the museum is open. Does not include entrance to special events or exhibits. Passes must be presented and surrendered at time of admission. Lost or stolen admission passes will not be replaced. Admission passes that are electronically or mechanically reproduced, forged, or altered will not be accepted. Admission passes cannot be redeemed as cash. 
Water Bottle from Louisiana Children's Museum  
Pair of tickets (2) for a Friends of the Cabildo French Quarter Walking Tour Experience a memorable two-hour walking tour in one of the oldest communities in the United States: the historic Vieux Carre in New Orleans.
Set of two (2) Museum of the American Cocktail martini glasses The Museum of the American Cocktail (MOTAC), a division of the noprofit National Food & Beverage Foundation, maintains permanent collections in Los Angeles and New Orleans. The MOTAC collection in New Orleans is housed inside the Southern Food & Beverage Museum. 
Poster from Ogden Museum of Southern Art Memory is a Strange Bell: The Art of William Christenberry
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, October 5-March 1, 2020
William Christenberry, Figure, 1959, Mixed media and collage on paper, 11.625 x 8.875 inches, Courtesy of the Belger Foundation
Art Book Set from Ogden Museum of Southern Art Four books from Ogden Museum of Southern Art: (1)"The Art of the South 1890-2003" Ogden Museum of Southern Art; (2) "The River and the Painter, Simon Gunning"; (3) "Steffen Thomas Rediscovered"; (4) "Kendall Shaw, Let There be Light"
Tote bag filled with selection of books from Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience  
Poster signed by Leona Tate, 300 for 200 book and tote bag Born in 1954 in the Lower 9th Ward, Leona Tate, along with Tessie Prevost and Gail Etienne, walked through the doors of McDonogh 19 Elementary School on Nov. 14, 1960, to become the first Black students at the school.
In honor of the city's tricentennial, | The Times-Picayune's editorial board selected 300 people over 300 years who have made New Orleans, New Orleans. 
Book: Spanish New Orleans and the Caribbean This densely illustrated bilingual catalog illuminates the history and lasting legacy of the Spanish period in Louisiana. Provided by The Historic New Orleans Collection. 
Book: Dancing in the Streets A companion publication to the 2021 Historic New Orleans Collection exhibition of same name, Dancing in the Streets combines archival photography with the work of 10 contemporary second line photographers to present a comprehensive survey of every social aid and pleasure club on the scene today. Essays explore the evolution of the parades from their roots in post–Civil War Black mutual aid societies; their ties to Black performance practices in Congo Square; the artistry and style of the clubs’ suits and regalia; and the brass bands and dance forms that bring the parades to life.
Book: Economy Hall Economy Hall: The Hidden History of a Free Black Brotherhood follows Ludger Boguille, his family, and his friends through landmark events— from the Haitian Revolution to the birth of jazz—that shaped New Orleans and the United States. Provided by The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Book: Monumental Monumental tells, for the first time, the incredible story of Oscar James Dunn, a New Orleanian born into slavery who became America’s first Black lieutenant governor and acting governor. Provided by The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Book: Enrique Alférez Enrique Alférez, born in Zacatecas, Mexico, lived nearly the entire 20th century. After service in the Mexican Revolution as a youth, he emigrated to Texas; studied in Chicago; and, in 1929, first made his way to Louisiana. For almost 70 years, he worked in New Orleans. His lasting imprint is seen among figurative sculptures, monuments, fountains, and architectural details in prominent locations from the Central Business District to the shore of Lake Pontchartrain and beyond. Provided by The Historic New Orleans Collection.
One year membership to Historic BK House & Gardens Become a Friend of the Historic BK House & Gardens. Benefits of Membership include: Complimentary tours, discounted admission to programs, a 10% discount in the gift shop, and advance notice of BKH events. 
One year membership to Longue Vue House & Gardens  Experience Longue Vue through membership and discover excitement and magic in every season of the year. Benefits include: Year-round garden admission for you and a guest, Member discount on most programs, 10% discount in Museum Store and Garden Café, and Reciprocal admission to hundreds of botanical gardens nationwide, through the American Horticultural Society.
Two (2) tickets to Into the Vault Step inside The National WWII Museum’s private Center for Collections & Archives and take an intimate two-hour journey into WWII history through rarely seen artifacts that give voice to the American experience in World War II. 
Free commemorative tasting glass & ticket to a tasting Class at Sazerac House

Participants will get a free commemorative, tasting glass, which they can use to sample our wonderful cocktails throughout the exhibits. Free admission, free samples and free glass! Also enjoy an exclusive tasting hosted by expert bartenders and unique experiences that celebrate the city, drinks and customs that we love.   

Tote bag filled with items from New Orleans Pharmacy Museum gift shop Includes: Pharmacy Museum poster, "Do No Harm" notebook with illustrations by local artist Kate Lacour, "manicule" printing block print, small postcard, Pharmacy Museum stickers, and a Pharmacy Museum t-shirt
2 tickets for a guided tour of StudioBE The StudioBE Team is proud to offer guided tours that provide visitors with an engaging introduction to StudioBE. This includes the history of the “BE Trilogy”, the story of Brandan “BMIKE” Odums, and the ways in which prominent historical figures depicted at StudioBE have influenced our lives today.