is not so much a street as a boardwalk built on pilings and was the famed red-light district for half a century, until 1954 when the profession became illegal. The first house, with its bright red doors and windows, is Dolly’s House, the parlor of the city’s most infamous madam. The former business is now a museum dedicated to this era. Creek Street is now a collection of historic homes, restaurants, museums, galleries and shops. All popular stops along the boardwalk.