Walk where Mark Twain walked: guests of this hotel in the French Quarter are really in the heart of this exciting city. The life blood of New Orleans pumps through this romantic, historic and iconic place.
Walking distance from the Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter hotel, this historic centerpiece was once known as 'Place d'Armes,' and is surrounded by historic buildings.
St. Louis Cathedral
Perfectly conserved and continuously restored, this cathedral-basilica of St. Louis King of France is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the U.S. and stands as a major, recognizable beacon of faith.
Walk to diverse and festive Bourbon St. (Rue Bourbon), where burlesque clubs and inspired restaurants boasting historic ambience alike tell their tales of a city all aglow since 1718.
Guests looking for tradition need look no farther than the Garden District, with homes still owned by the families that built them, centuries ago. Beautiful parks, fountains and canals greet nature-lovers on foot here.
Audubon Zoo/Aquarium of the Americas
Educational programs, animal encounters and gardens galore await guests of Audubon Zoo, uptown. Tour the swamp, the jungle and the ocean ecosystems with glimpses of wildlife from all over the globe.
New Orleans Museum of Art
Nearby NOMA is New Orleans' oldest fine arts establishment. With almost 40,000 objects to regard - including French, American, African and Japanese works, the galleries and Sculpture Garden are popular with tourists of all ages and interests.
This sports and entertainment venue in the center of the city plays host to everything from football games to World of Wheels, the Boat Show, music festivals and more.