Historic Mandeville Marker Tour
3101 East Causeway Approach
Mandeville, LA 70448
Tel: (985) 626-3144


The City of Mandeville is rich in culture and history, having sites and buildings throughout the City with great stories to tell. Bringing history to the present with a high-tech tour, the City now welcomes residents and visitors to experience certain historic locations through self-guided tours. A diverse collection of 20 sites now display QR (Quick Response) Code markers. Using a mobile smart device, you can scan the code and jump directly to the City's website to view a written history of the site. In a latter phase of the project, the City of Mandeville will include audio and video recordings, as well as 20 additional locations, to the self-guided tours. Locations included on the tour, as of 2019, are: 1. Trailhead Museum (1998) 2. Jean Baptiste Lang House (1852) 3. St. Tammany Bank Building (1907) 4. Lakefront Park (1834) 5. Rest A While (1902) 6. Soldier's Home (1850) 7. Little Flower Villa (1835) 8. Bayou Castine 9. Pontchartrain Yacht Club (1967) 10. Dew Drop Social & Benevolent Hall (1885) 11. Newell Chapel (1865) 12. Original Mandeville Town Hall (1840) 13. Prieto & Sons General Store (Nuvolari's Italian Restaurant) (1910) 14. Holy Family Hall (1897) 15. Our Lady of the Lake Roman Catholic Church (1904) 16. Griffin-Raquet Bakery (1900) 17. Poitevent Homes (1835-1850) 18. Maestri House (1910) 19. Morel-Nott/Hanisee House (1820's) 20. Jackson Park (1870)