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Beyond Our French Quarter Hotel

Quintessentially located right on Royal Street, Wyndham New Orleans is just a stone’s throw away from all the excitement the French Quarter has to offer. Whether you’re seeking spots for delectable Cajun eats, fundamental sightseeing, or famed New Orleans folklore, Wyndham New Orleans places you at the center of it all.

Bourbon Street

500 feet

As the most well-known street in the whole city, Bourbon Street lives up to its enduring reputation of lively bars, bead-covered balconies, and the unwavering sound of jazz music.

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Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium

.4 mile

Located in the U.S. Custom House on Canal Street, this is the largest museum devoted to insects in North America.

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St. Louis Cathedral

0.7 miles

Overlooking Jackson Square is the St. Louis Cathedral, one of the most famous landmarks in New Orleans; initially built in 1718, it is the oldest functioning cathedral in the modern United States.

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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

.7 mile

This sprawling aquarium features a 400,000-gallon tank packed with sharks and stingrays, a Caribbean Reef walk-through tunnel, the Entergy Giant Screen Theater, and much more.

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Jackson Square

0.8 miles

Located in the French Quarter, Jackson Square - one of the most notable historical locations in New Orleans - is a former military plaza named for General Andrew Jackson; an equestrian statue commemorating the former president can be found at its center.

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Cafe du Monde

0.8 miles

Perhaps the most famous cafe on the streets of New Orleans, Cafe du Monde is a staple of the city; a simple yet coveted menu of warm beignets covered in powdered sugar and coffee served one of three ways has brought people in since 1862.

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French Market

0.8 miles

Built right on the banks of the Mississippi River, the French Market of New Orleans is rich with history as a center of trade and commerce; it still exists today as home to gourmet food stalls, local vendors, and Cafe du Monde.

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St. Louis Cemetery

0.9 miles

This eerily bewildering locale is home to countless above-ground gravesites with tons of history, including that of renowned New Orleans Voodoo queen Marie Laveau.

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The National WWII Museum

0.9 miles

Named by TripAdvisor as the top-rated tourist destination in New Orleans, the National WWII Museum vividly recounts the American experience of living through the war that changed everything.

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The Caesars Superdome

0.9 miles

As a fundamental part of the cityscape, the Caesars Superdome serves as home to the New Orleans Saints NFL team, as well as a striking symbol of the city’s resilience after Hurricane Katrina.

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Smoothie King Center

1.1 mile

Located right next to the Superdome, Smoothie King Center is home court to the New Orleans Pelicans NBA team, as well as a popular venue for large-scale concerts and events.

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Mardi Gras World

1.8 miles

Learn all about the unique culture and rich traditions of the greatest citywide party around; sample king cakes, watch float-building, try on costumes, and more!

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Garden District

2.1 miles

Quaint boutiques, magnolia trees, and outdoor cafes give the shaded streets of the Uptown Garden District its signature charm.

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Frenchmen Street

3.5 miles

Recognized as an alternative spot that caters more to the city’s local crowd, Frenchmen Street is the ideal area for live music, jazz clubs, and Louisiana Creole cuisine.

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New Orleans Museum of Art

3.6 miles

Based in City Park, the New Orleans Museum of Art features a permanent collection of nearly 4,000 pieces, including those in the highly esteemed Besthoff Sculpture Garden.

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Audubon Zoo

5.3 miles

Located in Uptown New Orleans, the Audubon Nature Institute houses an exotic collection of animals from all over the globe, but it’s received the most praise for its showcase of Louisiana swamp wildlife.

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The Escape Game

0.5 miles

Located in The French Quarter, The Escape Game is New Orleans’ #1 escape room and immersive adventure. Perfect for everyone, their 60-minute adventures bring epic stories to life in a one-of-a-kind tactile experience.

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