There are not a lot of each variety, but they are displayed very well in open enclosures. Get the Audubon combo ticket that includes the aquarium and butterfly house. Take the streetcar for $3 day pass.
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We went to the Audobon Zoo in New Orleans. We liked seeing all the animals. The Audobon Zoo has been around since 1884.
We spent the whole day here and it was great. It was a very hot day so a lot of the animals were chilling out in the shade (I dont blame them!) But the staff were helpful and very knowledgeable and we managed to get...More
Went to Boo At The Zoo. Long lines for the Ghost Train (not really a train, BTW) but overall a nice experience. Will seek to attend again next year.
The exhibits are all very well kept, the landscaping was amazing. Very much enjoyed the plants and of course seeing the animals. Parking was easy, arrived around 0930 and had our pick of the lot. Zoo opens at 1000. We bought tickets for the zoo,...More
The zoo experience this day was great with one exception, and a minor one, I thought. Easy parking at 950. Went right in and made our rotations. Asian then Carousel then primates then the Bayou.. They cafeteria kept giving us crawfish pies when we wanted...More
My daughter completely and thoroughly enjoyed Audubon zoo's boo at the zoo this year! The variety of activities for suitable for all age groups and it is definitely a not to be missed activity in New Orleans for children. The zoo itself is absolutely beautiful!
This park has been a staple to our family for years and now we have grandchildren, it is definitely one of our go to events. I say event because this is an EVENT! There are so many entertaining things for the kids to do along...More