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Out-of-towners often skip over Mid-City, a neighborhood made for canoeing down the bayou and riding bikes along the greenway. But even if you have only a morning, start with the beautifully rebuilt City Park as your home base and get to exploring. Take a stroll through the marble halls of the New Orleans Museum of Art, followed by a visit to the Singing Oak, which tinkles with chimes when the wind blows through its branches. Play putt-putt if you feel so inclined, and then refuel with beignets at Morning Call while watching a few swans float by.

City Park, New Orleans

New Orleans City Park

New Orleans City Park

Out-of-towners often skip over Mid-City, a neighborhood made for canoeing down the bayou and riding bikes along the greenway. But even if you have only a morning, start with the beautifully rebuilt City Park as your home base and get to exploring. Take a stroll through the marble halls of the New Orleans Museum of Art, followed by a visit to the Singing Oak, which tinkles with chimes when the wind blows through its branches. Play putt-putt if you feel so inclined, and then refuel with beignets at Morning Call while watching a few swans float by.