NEW ORLEANS—The New Orlean's home to French Impressionist Master Edgar Degas is decorated for Christmas, and WGNO goes inside the historic home for a tour.
With a soaring 13-foot tree adorned with glass ornaments, to the natural greenery draped along the staircase in the main hall, walk inside the Degas House in Mid-City and you know the Holiday Season is here.
Owner David Villarrubia is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the late French Impressionist Master, and says the decorations reflect Christimas of 1872, when Edgar Degas lived at the home.
The Degas House is open for tours seven days a week. The Christmas decorations will stay up until January 6th.