The New Orleans Museum of Art and the sculpture garden behind it, the ancient trees in the suburbs are unique in shape, and Whiteney Farm understands the history of slave trade in the past. You must book a dinner at GW Fins and order lobster dumplings.
Because I like sculpture very much, I went to the sculpture garden alone instead of visiting the museum. Compared with other sculpture gardens, this place is pretty good. His characteristic is that the second floor was built by famous artists. If you want to experience the taste of sculpture, I suggest you go to Grand Rapid's Meijer Park or Sculpture Garden. The two things I like most about this trip are that he is not in the museum or in the sculpture park, but the level of his works is not inferior to the museum. The "singing tree" "grows" on the road in front of the museum, and it is so pleasant to see it passing by. There is a breakfast shop next to the exhibition hall, coffee and authentic pies, very convenient-Dumeng Coffee. If you are going to New Orleans, I would recommend the Sculpture Park and the breakfast coffee here. But this will not be my main destination
All the time spent in the art museum is a wonderful time. This museum is no exception, and even exceeded our expectations. You can see the works of Degas, Rodin, Monet, El Greco, Bellini, Lippi, Tiepolo, Sully, Stuart, Cassat, Tissot, Renoir, Sargent, Kandinsky, etc. There are also some particularly lovely decorative arts. The layout of the museum is very good, there are great gift shops and cafes, the location is very good, located next to the lake and the huge city park. It's worth the USD 12 taxi we came here from the French Quarte Hotel. There are friendly staff and wheelchair access.
The famous art collections of the New Orleans Museum of Art are all good. The prices of art in this place are very high. You can see different ideas upstairs and downstairs.
The New Orleans Museum of Art is very famous. The museum has a lot of art to watch. The cafe is downstairs.